What about Uher? Their portable machines were also of high quality and were used by some of the pirateers.
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Major tape recorder brands
I intended in my earlier post to mention the Philips Pro-72 and Pro-36 models. We ordered both in 1972 and found them outstanding; however, Philips chose to leave the pro audio field soon afterward and stopped supporting what was in the field. The same fate befell their mixing desks.
Stellavox's miniature recorder was used by pirates here in the seventies
On Sun, Sep 3, 2017 at 12:04 PM, Jos Van Dyck <[log in to unmask]>
> Missing are some European manufacturers of studio tape machines:
> AEG Telefunken
> Enertec Schlumberger
> Leevers Rich
> In Japan Denon and Sony were making studio tape machines.
> Jos Van Dyck
> Mechelen - Belgium
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