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Re: arsclist Studer A 807 - last orders -- comments

There may be those who feel Studer is inherrently
better than Otari but, for what it's worth, I can tell you
I recently purchased from Otari a full-track mono repro
head for my Otari MX5050 recorder. Those interested in
current address for them may contact me off-line.

Doug Pomeroy   pomeroyaudio@xxxxxxx
Audio Restoration [CEDAR] & Remastering
>From: "Richard L. Hess" <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>To: ampex@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, studer@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, AMIA-L@xxxxxxxxxxx,
>Subject: arsclist Studer A 807 - last orders -- comments
>Date: Tue, Jul 31, 2001, 6:18 PM

> This was just posted to AV-Media Matters mailing list by Dietrich Schueller.
> This certainly doesn't bode well for archives with analog audio tape. I
> apologize for cross re-posting this, but I think it's a very important
> message. This is one of the last, if not the last, high-end professional
> tape machines available new for the reproduction of analog archives.
> I think that the poster's intent is also very important as we do see 1/4
> and 1/2 track tape in a variety of situations. I'm solving that by a
> separate 1/4-track stereo play head assembly for my Sony APR-5003V.
> I also suggest that if you have full-track mono tapes, you try and figure
> out how to get a full-track mono head. I'm not familiar with the A807 and
> whether it has swappable head assemblies and registers to remember the
> setups like the A820 and the Sony APR5000.
>>List-Subscribe: <mailto:AV-Media-Matters-subscribe@xxxxxxxxxx>
>>I was informed by Bruno Hochstrasser, Managing Director of Studer, that
>>production of Studer analogue tape recorders A 807 and A 827 will be
>>discontinued. However, a last lot will be produced if orders are placed by
>>31st Augst (local distributers may require an earlier deadline). As the
>>quantity will be limited, orders will accepted on a first come - first
>>served basis. Machines ordered will then be delivered by September 2002
>>latest. Prices will be15% above last list prices.
>>A 807 is a very attractive quarter inch analogue machine for the replay of
>>analogue holdings. I am trying to place an order for a replay-only version
>>with a half-track plus a quarter track head, switchable. The chance to
>>convince Studer to produce such a special variant would be greater, if a
>>mumber of such machines will be ordered. Should you wish to join us, please
>>contact me before 13th August and I will contact Studer on that matter.
>>Should you wish to order a standard model, please contact your agent.
>>Please spread this message to other institutions that might be interested.
>>A 827 multichannel tape recorder is also phasing out (not a real archive
>>Dietrich Schueller
>>Chair, IASA TC
>>(Appologies for multiple information)
>>Phonogrammarchiv - Austrian Academy of Sciences
>>Liebiggasse 5, A-1010 Vienna
>>Phone: +43 1 4277-29601
>>Fax: +43 1 4277-9296
>>E-Mail: pha@xxxxxxxxxx
>>Internet: www.pha.oeaw.ac.at
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