It's a "I think I recall" rather than something I owned, never having had a
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Mass Digitization / the gear DOES exist, what next??
> At 02:44 PM 2007-05-18, Jim Lindner wrote:
>>On May 18, 2007, at 2:12 PM, Steven Smolian wrote:
>>>As I recall, there was a Studer which automatically adjusted the
>>>playback head. And the Nak Dragon for cassette is not only useful
>>>in this regard but could be model for a reel to reel device.
> Which Studer model did that? Sorry, I missed it.
> I think that the Otari MTR-15 and/or MTR-20 MAY have done part or all of
> what the Dragon does, possibly more, but the Dragon is superb.
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