I know I'm gonna look stupid for asking this, but what about putting the
tape on a little dolly and just wheel it around? I do that with a lot of
things that I need to move. Once mounted it will be a breeze and then
you can use the technics. If people ask you why you are walking a tape
recorder, tell them it costs less than keeping a dog. ;-)
On 5/3/2010 6:34 AM, Sammy Jones wrote:
> You may know all about this machine, but just in case...
> The Technics 1520 (and 1500) has a head assembly that will play both 1/4
> track and 1/2 track with the flip of the switch. It's set up for 7" reels,
> but can play 10.5" with adaptors. The downside is it's pretty heavy!
> Sammy Jones
> Steve Smolian wrote:
>> Was their a tape recorder that took 7" reels and came with two and 4
>> track playback heads? The lighter weight, the better, as I
>> occassionaly need one to carry around in a city with some distance
>> between where I can park and my destination. I know there are plenty
>> of 10" reel size ones.
>> Steve Smolian