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Re: arsclist A to D Transfer Advice Please

On 27-Feb-02, Richard L. Hess wrote:

> I probably should be a bit more specific about WHY my choice of
> equipment.
> As far as I know, the Nakamichi Dragon (sadly discontinued in 1992,
> but still repairable by Nak authorized factory service), is the ONLY
> cassette machine that automatically adjusts playback azimuth. It is
> absolutely amazing to hear one of these work--it locks in the imaging
> and of course fixes the frequency response. I have NEVER heard
> cassettes sound better.
> While I am not doubting that the Tascam 122 MKIII is a superb machine,
> it lacks the automagic play azimuth feature. 

It does indeed, and so do the current Nakamichi decks.

I was assuming the enquirer would want a current model, rather than a
reconditioned machine.

Don Cox

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