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C are actually easy if you have patience, and I guess you do. I think 
your points are well. I would like one that is playback only with no 
additions in the tape path. Manual azimuth adjustment, etc.
Shai

בתאריך 25/06/12 5:03 PM, ציטוט Richard L. Hess:
> Hi, Shai,
>
> This is an interesting question. Yes, the Naks work well most of the 
> time with C-120s, but I am seeing/being asked about enough oddball 
> cassettes with issues that I think I need something else. I'm looking 
> for something that will expose the head/tape interface during repro.
>
> The things I am seeing are:
> (a) Tapes that were recorded stretched (width ~ 100 mil vs 150 mil 
> standard)
> (b) Tapes that wind into a cone and jam in the shell due to 
> differential stretching
> (c) Tapes that have folds in them that people would like me to try and 
> recover from
>          I've had success with 1/2-inch and 1-inch acetate 4- and 
> 8-track tapes that were horrific
>          with a hand-held velour pressure pad which was very effective.
>
> I turned down cassettes in (c) because I didn't have an out-of-shell 
> playback system.
>
> I am also evaluating a more compact and cost-effective approach: the 
> Sony APR-5000QC <smile>. I have a few spares of those around <smile>.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Richard
>
> On 2012-06-25 4:11 AM, Shai Drori wrote:
>> Isn't it only for QC of pancakes? Sounds like too much trouble and 
>> risk. What about your Naks, they give you trouble with c-120? Mine 
>> work like a dream.
>> Shai
>>
>> בתאריך 25/06/12 2:54 AM, ציטוט Richard L. Hess:
>>>
>>> An A80QC is one option, but expensive and big and has some of its 
>>> own issues.
>>
>
>
>

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