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High-end audio recorders

Nagra Kudelski GmbH, also known as Nagra Audio or simply Nagra, is a Swiss developer and manufacturer of high-end audio equipment for the professional audio and film industry, with its headquarters in Romanel-sur-Lausanne (Switzerland). They are particularly known for their wide range of professional audio recorders and a series of high-precision miniature tape recorders. Nagra also produces a range of special products for law enforcement and intelligence agencies.

Nagra logo. Copyright Nagra Kudelski / Nagra Audio [1].

Mechanical tape-based recorders were manufactuered and sold well into the 2000s, but have since been replaced by modern – digital – alternatives. Nevertheless, all Nagra products, including vintage recorders (with the exception of the Nagra III) are still supported and serviced to this day (2019) through a large worldwide network of authorised Nagra service centers [4].

 About Nagra

Nagra recorders described on this website
Professional-grade miniature body wearable tape recorder
Nagra 'Crevette' data logger for torpedos
Nagra 4.2 professional open-reel audio recorder
Portable audio amplifier for the Nagra SN tape recorder
Sub-miniature professional-grade body wearable tape recorder developed for the FBI
Nagra PS-1 playback unit for JBR tape cassettes
Nagra CBR digital Covert Body Recorder
Nagra CCR covert recorder at the size of a credit card
Related products
Nagra CCT covert transmitter at the size of a credit card
Yachta (Soviet clone of Nagra SNST)
Index of Nagra recorders
  1. Classified device.

  1. Wikipedia, Nagra
    Retrieved March 2009.

  2. Wikipedia, Stefan Kudelski
    Retrieved March 2009.

  3. Nagra Audio, Image of Stéfan Kudelski
    Nagra Website, History. Retrieved March 2009.

  4. Nagra Audio, Personal correspondence
    January 2019.
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