1. Techincs RS 1500 with 2 and 4 track head blocks


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    One of very desired machines. Superb sounding thing and looks good.

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    • Technics RS-777


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      Very, very rare, 7" Technics, with three speeds, great specification and beautiful looking.

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      • Teac X 2000


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        From a large family of consumer Teac machines. Works very well.

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        • X 2000 R BL


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          Black version of a Teac X 2000 R, bi directional machine with many sophisticated features and DBX

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          • X 1000 SL


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            A predecessor to famed 2000 series of recorders, looks similar to bigger brothers, but very different inside. Less sophisticated and easier to deal with

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            • X 1000 R SL


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              A reverse playing and recording machine, in silver and was very popular.

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              • X 1000 M BL


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                A better version of Teac X range and there were many, to a point of confusion. This is a Master Recorder, which means it has 15 IPS speed and records in two tracks

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                • Realistic TR-300


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                  Very pretty little deck, based and made by Teac.

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                  • Marantz CP-430


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                    This is a pro level cassette recorder, used to be called "field recorder". Many others made similar things: Technics, Sony, Panasonic etc - not made it as lovely as this machine.

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                    • Teac F-1


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                      This is one of the very rarest reel to reel recorders to come out of Japan. Back in 76-77 it was at a cost of Yen 800000; just for comparing purposes - the other "big ones" were much less: Sony TC-880 at Yen 550000 and Akai Pro 1000 was offered for Yen 398000. It sounds heavenly!!!

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