Good list of duplicators, Goran, but David, I don't think you want any
of the duplicating gear - you want playback gear, and not to go that
high speed I think. Double or 4x doing both sides (if it has that kind)
will save plenty of time. Duplicating gear means to go to the copies at
that high speed, and your A/D would need to be deisgned for high
frequency response and I don't think you can do digitizing at more than
4x without results suffering a lot - even for voice.
Anyone here done any real world experiments?
Lou Judson • Intuitive Audio
On Feb 13, 2006, at 5:29 AM, Goran Finnberg wrote:
> David Hoffman:
>> could you give me the names of any duplicator
>> manufacturers and the best machines to look for?
> This is a dying industry.
> What is your requirement capacity wise and what budget do you have?
> Telex, http://www.telex.com/duplication, has been on the low end of
> cassette duplication for many years but has announced the
> discontinuation of all duplicating equipment.
> Gauss has long been considered as the Rolls Royce of the duplicators.
> Lyrec of Denmark is in a middle position as regards the cost of the
> There are many more such as:
> Electrosound, Ampex, Tapematic http://www.tapematic.it/, that may or
> not be operational.
> Goran Finnberg
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