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On 8/20/2013 5:57 PM, Richard L. Hess wrote:
>
> Thanks for the tip. The cool thing (ha) about my cold playback technique
> was I tested it with Sony PR-150--one of the poster children for
> squealing--and it worked fine cold. I opened the fridge door and the
> squealing restarted. I closed the door and I could hear it stop in less
> than a minute.
>
> So, yes, the PR99 is not ideal for this. If I get to play the tape, I
> would use the A80, except that it's 3.75 in/s and I haven't done the
> 3.75 mod yet to any of my machines. I could use an A810, but I might use
> the Racal Store 4DS which has proven very useful for squealing Shamrock
> tape.
Brother, you ain't kidding about PR-150. But how do you get an A80 into 
the fridge? That's a mighty big tape transport. Is it a restaurant fridge?

Peace,
Paul