Haven't had that come up yet. It was a thought exercise only when I  
first heard abotu these units. I had the exact same thoughts abotu  
the deck that mounts in a computer driectly - not good enough for pros.

Others might have responses... but no, I wouldn't. Maybe for  
someone's childhood memories, but not for permanent archive, or for  
preservation, no.

So far all my clients have chosen the better way!

Lou Judson  Intuitive Audio

On Feb 27, 2009, at 1:26 PM, Richard L. Hess wrote:

> At 02:22 PM 2009-02-27, Lou Judson wrote:
>> Personally, I looked into it (without direct expereince) and decided
>> that this was a unit good enough to recommend to clients (or
>> potential clients?) who did not care to invest in professional
>> transfers.
> So, would you recommend it to a very-low-budget small archive to do  
> preservation transfers of their drug-store-cassette-recorder-made  
> tapes of irreplaceable oral traditions (i.e. the participants have  
> died)?
> Did you get any feedback from people you suggested it to?
> Cheers,
> Richard