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I wonder how many they will sell. There is also the guy that redoes 
Technics decks. At least his look amazing and cost less IIRC.
http://www.j-corder.com/Gallery_of_Custom_Decks.php
shai
On 16/08/2011 22:40, D P Ingram wrote:
> Ah adding to my earlier note.  A bit more searching revealed this comment from the company to stereophile magazine:
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> The correct spelling of the brand name is Sonorus Audio.
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> The Sonorus ATR10 Tape deck is more than a modification. It only uses mechanical parts from Revox. All electronics, including tape drive, power supplies and audio circuits are brand new designs.
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> www.sonorusaudio.com
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> Darren
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> On 16 aug 2011, at 22:16, Shai Drori<[log in to unmask]>  wrote:
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>> Actually it's a pr99. The b77 had different end caps. LOL
>> Shai
>> How much are they asking for this NEW DESIGN?
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>> On 16/08/2011 21:48, Mark Donahue wrote:
>>> It might just be me, but that looks suspiciously like a B77.........
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>>> All the best,
>>> -mark
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>>> On Tue, Aug 16, 2011 at 1:33 PM, Tom Fine<[log in to unmask]>   wrote:
>>>> http://sonorusaudio.com/uploads/SonoruS_ATR10_Flyer.pdf
>>>>