Teac X-2000M Reel to Reel Machine, 2 or 4 Track Capable, As Seen In Pulp Fiction!
As seen in the film Pulp Fiction, the Teac X2000M is a gorgeous machine and a very capable performer.
It can record in 2 track AND playback on 4 track, giving you super flexibility.
Built in DBX Noise Reduction ensures you are able to make the most noise-free recordings possible.
This machine has been thoroughly tested and is working as it should.
The VU Meters are responsive, drive motors are strong, and playback/record is super quiet.
This listing includes two aluminum take-up reels as pictured.
Please see the linked manual or our details further below for full specifications.
The Pulp Fiction Scene:
The Wallace house right after the infamous dance scene at "Jack Rabbit Slim's Restaurant" featuring Mia Wallace (Uma Thurman) and Vincent Vega (John Travolta).
Tap or click below to watch the full scene on YouTube!
The Reel to Reel:
TEAC X-2000 Stereo Reel to Reel Tape Recorder in Black.
Featuring the unique "dbx" noise reduction system that competed with Dolby.
"Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon" written by Neil Diamond in 1967 and that earned a second life thanks to the Pulp Fiction Soundtrack.
Performed by American alternative rock band Urge Overkill.
2 / 4-Track
1 x Record
1 x 2T Playback
1 x 4T Playback
1 x Erase
1 x Capstan, 2 x Reel
7 or 10 inch reels
Wow and Flutter:
0.04% (15 ips)
Signal to Noise Ratio:
Total Harmonic Distortion:
20.32" x 18.58" x 10.55"
(516 x 472 x 268mm)
1984 - 1992
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