Aiwa Cassette deck reviews

Aiwa AD-F810 Cassette Deck
Aiwa AD-F810 Cassette Deck

This deck is a tremendous success on a variety of levels. The transport, for example, is about the most stable of any deck I have encountered in this price range. There wasn't the slightest instability of pitch in sustained piano or woodwind notes. Missing, too, was that subtle hardening of tone that...
Aiwa AD-F850 Cassette Deck
Aiwa AD-F850 Cassette Deck

The AD-F850 costs a little more than its predecessor (Aiwa AD-F810), even though it has fewer facilities. What has gone? The pretty green backlight behind the cassette, timer-start and the headphone volume control have all disappeared. The only other changes we can spot are a rather pointless styling...
Aiwa AD-WX828 Cassette deck
Aiwa AD-WX828 Cassette deck

As always, the company is represented by the unit with very large features and technical improvements. Although this class is enough tape automatically detect the type of tape being used, but only in AD WX828 has their separate display for each broach. Position bias current optimization and sensitivity...
Aiwa AD-WX929 Cassette deck
Aiwa AD-WX929 Cassette deck

Aiwa AD-WX929 looks compact, it is equipped with a host of features - Dolby Noise Reduction B, C, Dynamic bias HX Pro, automatic selection of the tape drive and timer. When you activate the Repeat played the same piece of recorded material. Blanc Skip mode provides the opportunity to "jump" when played...