Unless you have a number of 1" 16Tr tapes to transfer, I would avoid
this format. If you need this for a restoration or a transfer project
then the MS-16 would be the preferred model. If you are looking for a
tape deck to get that "analog tape" sound, I would suggest investing in
a good used 2" 16Tr.
I actually have some history with the Teac 1" 16Tr format........I
Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
On 5/17/2015 10:43 AM, John Schroth wrote:
> Hoping I can get some feedback from the collective:
> I have the opportunity to pick up a Teac MS-16 multi-track audiotape
> deck at very reasonable price. The condition is unknown but it came
> from a small audio studio where the person took very decent care of
> his gear.
> I'm wondering if anyone has had experience with this particular deck
> and can say if this model was a respectable unit in it's day, or it
> was more hassle than it was worth. On a scale of 1-10, (10 being the
> best) where would you rate this deck and why.
> Thanks for any input.
> John Schroth
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