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Arggh is there nothing better than the denon drm 555 single cassette deck. I know that this is not the best format but I have a lot of cassette and with a good deck you used to be able to get good perfomance. Now everything new appears to be just crap. Are me only options trying to aquire used? Anyone. Oh Ya I know cassettes suck but I have got a lot of them. Hundreds

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Re: cassettes

There's a Denon DRS 810 with lots of miles left on it, wrapped in plastic and sitting on the corner of my workbench. Used to use it to make tapes for a 1992 Saab which was finally traded away. Given the format, it's about as good a recorder as I suspect you'll come accross. Make me an offer.

Jim Tavegia
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Joined: Sep 1 2005 - 4:27pm
Re: cassettes

Look to Musiciansfriend for some Tascam models, Teac's pro group. Most are pretty well made. Like you, I have many cassette and will probably buy one more cassette deck within the year. I had 2 Nakamichi's that developed motor problems and I have an NAD that is still running. I don't listen often, but it is tons of free software waiting to be played. If you buy cheap poor tape speed will be an issue. I think Sony and Denon's higher end models would work well.

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Joined: Sep 16 2005 - 6:55pm
Re: cassettes

You shouldn't have any problem finding quite a few used decks on ebay or audiogon. I picked up a near new NAD deck last year for 20 bucks.

Those things are dirt cheap now.

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