I was retiring from teaching audio at the time i I got my implant in 2008. I used to do a VERY detailed lesson in bulking. When I got that same lecture I announced ďI have bulked my last tape!!Ē But since I have also announced I have no intention or need to ever record on tape again, that hasnít been a need. I hadnít really needed head degaussing as well, but I did recently stumble across a well shielded Teac degauser that might be safe at arms length.
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] tape deck maintenance and pacemakers
When I got my CRT-D, the St Jude technician/engineer told me I could no
longer use bulk erasers or even small electromagnets like head
degaussers. So I have had to rely on other people to degauss the heads
and guides. This has become more and more difficult to accomplish.
Are there others in this predicament, and what have you done?
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