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Grundig 3110D Micro Cassette Dictation Recorder Package

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The Grundig 3110D is the last micro-cassette desktop dictation recorder still being made in the world. 

The 3110D represents the ideal dictation machine, which can also be used for conference recordings. The LCD panel shows the tape counter function, which matches the counting speed of the handheld recorder. This replaced the Sony M2020, Dictaphone 3751, Dictaphone 3752, Lanier 260D and Olympus T1000.  The hand Control has a slide switch, just like a old recorder.



  • Comes with Hand controller and Stand
  • Adjustable rewind (with foot control) and variable playback speed (+/-15%)
  • Fast forward and rewind, high-speed erase
  • Early warning signal for tape end
  • Built in dynamic loudspeaker
  • Includes one MC 60 Cassette
Micro-cassette Dictator
2 tracks, 1-channel, monophonic
Tape Speed:
2.38 cm/s; or 1.19 cm/s; can be adjusted by approximately ±15 %
Rewind Time:
approximately 90 seconds
45 mm Ø dynamic speaker
with a.c. bias voltage (TNR – tape noise reduction)
approximately 163 mm x 210 mm x 54 mm
approximately 690 g

  • Grundig 3110 Dictator
  • Hand microphone
  • AC adapter
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  1. dictation\transcription system tape 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Jun 2014

    We love this dictation system. I like that we can still use tapes. The lawyer in our firms legal department enjoys the hand microphone for rewinding. I am glad they still make a tape dictation/transcription machine device system.

  2. Worlds only tape desktop dictation recorder left 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Jun 2014

    I should know I looked around for weeks trying to find my lawyer a tape desktop dictation machine and they are not made anymore. I found this site and the unit above is brand new and being made currently in Germany. So we tried it and the tape dictation unit works great. I am trying to get him to upgrade to the Lawyers dictation package\system from Martel, maybe later this year.