Thanks for the details. Don't forget what Sony stands for (as told me by
a former employee) Soon Only Not Yet!
One of the benefits of the DASH machines (whenever they were released)
was allegedly to be razor-blade editable, I believe. Any
comments/timeline on that?
The Mitsubishi "DASH" machines (X-80) were out in this timeframe, I
think, but I think the SONY DASH machines were out a bit later, no? The
first Sony was the 3202 and then the 3402 had more metal and an upgraded
look, I think to go against the Studer D820, I believe.
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