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I work with the ATR100 that does all you want and then some.

On Sat, 20 Nov 2021 at 0:36 David Crosthwait <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Dave,
>
> Have you given thought as to where you are going to get 50hz. power from?
> Here for line-lock 50hz. videotape machines, we have a 50hz. power source
> running at 220 volts. This is the only way to properly power certain
> machines that do not have a DC servo capstan and video drum (the
> capstan/drum is directly driven by the frequency of the AC mains).
>
> Best Regards,
>
> David Crosthwait
> DC Video
> Transferring NTSC, PAL & SECAM Two Inch Quad and Helical Source Tapes (and
> More)!
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>
> >>> The Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage has an
> upcoming
> >>> archival audio preservation project in the country Georgia
> (Sakartvelo) and
> >>> is seeking recommendations for 1/4" open reel tape machines natively
> >>> operable on 220V/50Hz AC. In addition, we are seeking sources for a
> >>> refurbished machine suitable for preservation work meeting the
> following
> >>> specifications:
> >>> *   Capable of handling fragile acetate-backed 1/4" open reel audio
> tape
> >>> *   Has a minimum of three playback speeds: 3.75 ips, 7.5 ips, 15 ips
> >>> (38.1 cm/s, 19.05 cm/s, 9.525 cm/s)
> >>> *   Has quarter-track stereo and half-track stereo (NAB or DIN) heads
> >>> *   Operates on 220V/50Hz power without the use of step-up
> transformers;
> >>> switchable is okay
> >>> *   Capable of handling reel sizes up to 10.5" (NAB or AEG DIN)
> >>> *   Optional: switchable NAB/CCIR (IEC) EQ
> >>> If you have any information, questions, or potential sources for
> >>> professional machines meeting these requirements, feel free to direct
> >>> responses to me off-list at [log in to unmask] Thank you for your time!
> >>> Regards,
> >>> Dave
> >>> -------------
> >>> Dave Walker
> >>> Audiovisual Archivist​
> >>> Smithsonian Institution
> >>> Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
> >>> Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections
> >>> office: (202) 633-0663
> >
> >
> > Links:
> > ------
> > [1] https://www.jrfmagnetics.com
>
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Cheers
Shai Drori
Expert digitization services for Audio Video
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