skywriter wrote:Same here. I'm using a complete analog path upto the recording device.
Oskar45 wrote:skywriter wrote:Same here. I'm using a complete analog path upto the recording device.
Studer...never could afford such a machine myself. But for a short time I'd a Revox A77 [from the same manufacture]. As it was completely broken out of the box, I switched finally to TEAC [A3300 series]. [/quote[
maintenance on the thing is horrendous. god forbid if you need a part, not just calibration.Oskar45 wrote:After 40+ years I'm still very happy with them [I do own a couple of TEAC boxes] and I've no reason to part with them...in fact, I've no idea with what machines I could replace my current ones at all [I do have several hundreds of mostly live recordings on tape you will be never be able to get again - how should I replay them tomorrow if not on my boxes?]
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