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Thread: 500 c/m vs. RB

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    Well in case you're interested, here's a link: http://www.tapeheads.net/
    There's some guys on there who are as smart about tape recorders as PE and MichaelR1974 are on this one.

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    The 2" was a Scully 100-16 (I know, it has a terrible reputation as a tape eater (it is said to have eaten an Hendrix master.) The secret is in the zenith alignment(( contrary to the manual.)) ) The 1/2" was an MCI converted to half-track (now THAT was a sweet sweet machine.)
    Last edited by Jim Rice; 04-28-2013 at 01:03 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Rice View Post
    The 2" machine was a Scully 100-16 (I know, it has a terrible reputation as a tape eater. The secret is in the zenith alignment(( contrary to the manual.)) ) The 1/2" was an MCI converted to half-track (now THAT was a sweet sweet machine.)
    I'm going to have to remember you. I've got a LOT to learn. I just got me a Leader LMV 89. Kinda old, but it's going to beat this cheapo digital multimeter I've been using. Tomorrow a buddy is going to let me re-do his Ampex ATR 700 the right way. I promise to not crowd you with PM's. Regards--HTF

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    You may ask me anything. Just remember it has been a while and I am old and tired.

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    :P

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    And that a Simpson 260 is worth it's weight in gold.

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    Do you have a 'scope?

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    If not you want an analog one, sampling rates are a tool of Satan.

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    Which, I would assume, is your problem with the Leader.

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    In digital meters, Fluke makes nice ones. Fast sampling rates and autoranging. Though this would suppliment your Simpson rather than replace it.

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