There are also plenty of Teac decks among others that can do it, to say
nothing of a vast number of professional machines. There are vast numbers
of the Teac's floating around, and a goodly number of Otari and Revox still
in circulation. There are companies that can recover your rubber parts and
pucks, but that would seem like a waste of time and money. YMMV, of
On Thu, Mar 13, 2014 at 3:22 AM, Paul Stamler <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On 3/13/2014 12:30 PM, Lise Menn wrote:
>> Is there a similar working Tandberg someplace that I could visit for
>> a week or so and use to complete this job? Is there some other
>> 4-track machine that will permit monaural playback? Is there someone
>> who knows how to machine new parts for my old tape deck? Any other
>> ideas? Please help, and thank you.
> Any 4-track tape machine will permit mono playback from a single channel
> to the digitization recorder; simply use a Y-connector (RCA Male > 2 RCA
> female), plugged into the output jack of whichever channel you want to
> digitize. A ReVox A77 has the switching built-in, so with that machine
> you don't even need a Y-connector. I don't remember whether the B77 has
> similar switching.
> In Boulder there's probably someplace you could rent an A77.