I am unfamiliar with the CR7A, my understanding was the Dragon and the RX
series was the only auto reverse decks Nak ever made. Am I incorrect?
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and what may I ask is wrong with the CR7A?
many will argue that it produces a better product than the Dragon.
At 07:47 AM 4/27/2004 -0500, you wrote:
>The Nakamichi RX series such as the RX303 or 707 decks are the only
>ones to suggest OTHER then a Dragon...
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>For unattended digitizing of cassette tapes, it would be helpful if I
>could find a unit able to play side one, autoreverse, play side two
>and then _shut off automatically at the end of the second side_ instead
>of playing endlessly. Can anyone suggest a unit with this feature
>that's worked successfully for them or their institution?
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