I once had a B790 back in 1979 as part of my complete B-series system. The B790 was a very interesting concept, sounded ok, but was not really convincing sonically. The B795 - if I remember correctly - was a slightly cheaper version very similar to the B790, offered in the early 80s. Revox usually is very reliable, but unlike the famous B77 open reel machine and the B760 tuner I kept the B790 only for 1 year and sold it in 1980, so I cannot comment on reliability of the turntable. Revox never was famous for turntables (or amplifiers). A Thorens TD 126 MKIII replaced my Revox with much better results.
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