[78-L] the 'deadest' consumer audio formats?

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Fri May 13 20:36:28 PDT 2011

That works better for speeding up (throwing info away) than for slowing 
down. It has its limits, and then you can really hear how much info is 

joe salerno

On 5/13/2011 3:21 PM, Ron L'Herault wrote:
> Don't forget, if you are going digital, you can copy at whatever speed and
> use software to correct it, right?
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> [mailto:78-l-bounces at klickitat.78online.com] On Behalf Of David Lennick
> Sent: Friday, May 13, 2011 3:52 PM
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> Subject: Re: [78-L] the 'deadest' consumer audio formats?
> Some 2-track stereo open reel tapes are in demand (speaking of which, would
> anybody be demanding one I just found by Eartha Kitt?).
> I have a few thousand DAT tapes and have experienced remarkably little
> failure.
> 3 machines still in working order. 2 good reel to reel machines that can
> handle
> full, half or quarter track, 3.75 to 15ips..if anything slower ever requires
> my
> attention, I'll have to see if the old Philips fires up.
> dl
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