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    Default Casette Decks and Reel to Reel that you had from then to now...

    These i had from then to now :

    R to R
    Philips tube from -61 i Think
    Braun TG 1000 with the really rare plexi cover, remote with wire.
    Revox A 77 with cover and nabs
    Revox B 77 with 2 piece plexi cover and nabs

    Decks :
    Alpine AL 90
    Nakamichi :
    250 with car assembly.
    350 with the case incl acc wery rare.
    500
    550 incl all accessories and incl the 3 mics in a case also wery rare.
    600 Black
    700 mk 1
    1000 TT - 76 incl remote with wire.
    1000 TT - 73 incl remote with wire.

    EL Caset :
    Technics RS 7500 US
    NO ONE : Tangerine Audio Stiletto, Plateau, Skorpion, SME V ( D ), DV DRT XV 1S, Chord Sign Tuned Aray, Cirkus, Radikal Klimax, Tranquility.
    NO LINN : Woodsong, PEEK, SSP 12, AI bobbin https://www.linnarts.se

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    Reel to Reel
    Akai 4000DSMk2

    Cassette decks
    Aiwa ADF3500
    Yamaha KX540

    Still got the Yamaha. Haven't used it in years. Last time i used it it needed new PS caps which were not replaced as i wasn't using it in my hifi it so it will definitely be needing a service now.
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    This in the champagne finish.
    Akai CS-F11_black.jpg

    Current main tape deck:
    dr-3.jpg

    And a Yamaha KX-493 and a Denon UDR-F88 upstairs in my second system.

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    Too young for R2R and cassette was just a way for me to record vinyl and radio for use in the car, I used a succesion of radio/cassette players for those duties, have never owned a proper cassette player like those listed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Professor View Post
    "Too young for R2R and cassette"


    PS: Hope you're having a ball in the sunshine.......
    You can only be young once, but you can be immature for ever.....

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    Revox A77


    JVC KD720
    Pioneer CT5
    Yamaha K 393
    I have a Rock and I'm not afraid to use it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WullieD20 View Post


    PS: Hope you're having a ball in the sunshine.......
    lol, sunshine is braw, you wouldnt like it though, it would melt all your early teenage compilations on your edison wax cylinders

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    The only half decent one I've had was this Denon DRM-800


    My Dad still uses his Pioneer CT-93 a bit which was rather excellent in its day

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    Lovely Pioneer ^. That Denon looks the business too.

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    Yeah love the look of the Pioneer 'urushi' units, wooden side-panels, can't beat them

    His system weighs more than the moon.

    I think generally they were a bit over engineered as there are a million relays and whatnot to go wrong but the build quality is very high. It's a shame Pioneer don't really bother too much with hi-fi now.

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