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Studer A-810 teilamputiert ---- mich interessiert warum
« am: Montag, 26.Oktober.2009 | 22:14:22 Uhr »
Hallo Jungs,

in der Bucht fand ich folgendes Angebot.....
Zitat
Studer A-810
Relisted due to a confusion on postage.  Repeat I cannot post this item as it is far too large, and I do not want to risk damage from a third party who will waiver all their responsibility on people who package such items.  Note, this is sold as seen.  I will not remove the machine from the rack trolley.

A fully working Studer A810 Two-track Reel to Reel recorder.

The truly professional reel to reel recording manufacturers from Switzerland.

This is a late 70s, early 80s model that has the record cards to record.

Records at 7 1/2 and 15 IPS.

Housed in a secure trolley with locking wheels.  This also tilts so is ideal for tape splicing, which includes the splicing block.  This powers up beautifully and runs tape very smoothly, and has not been used at all since its last service.  Full back panel shows professional balanced inputs and outputs on XLR.

This however does not include the SMPTE card and does not have the VU plates.  I do not have any tape for this either, as I was intending to use this just for tape compression in the mixing and mastering chain, but have no need for this and no room to house this lovely work of manufacturing perfection.

I have a test tone tape for this so allignments can be made up, and have taken various photos of this item, so if you are seriously interested then leave a message on my message board with an email and I can send you some more photos.

The tape guard has been doctored slightly as this was previously used as an editing machine rather than a recording machine, but the heads on this look very good for the age of the machine.

This item would suit a serious studio recording engineer, artist, musician and housed in a suitable and temperature cooled studio for serious use, as these machines are still sought after for their mechanical colouration of the finished recording.

This item seriously cannot be posted, and anyone willing to buy this must at least have suitable transport to collect this item.  Cash would be a preferred choice of payment, as this is a serious item with a serious but reasonable reserve, but will accept modern methods of payment.

I tried to find more information on this but to no avail, but really this item speaks for itself and I would not be bidding on this if you are not seriously considering to use this professionally.  These machines with everything included on them still can make up to and onwards beyond £1000, so I really would appreciate serious bidders who are willing to collect this item off me and no timewasters please

hier einmal das Bild dazu.....


Nun meine Fragen dazu an die A-810 Nutzer hier im Forum.....

Was wurde mit diesem Umbau bezweckt?
Hat er Nachteile gegenüber der normalen Ausstattung, oder Vorteile?
Wenn Vorteile.... für welche "Arbeiten"?



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