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    Need some Quantegy 632? - here :)

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    Wow, that's actually an awesome deal on a good tape, a poor man's Maxell dare I say. Thanks for the link.

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    Ordered two boxes. hehe Thanks for the tip Zee!
    The interface said to use "Windows XP or higher"...

    ... I used tape...

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    Dan! you need to check out some maxell ud 1/4 inch tape. Its the nuts on a 1/4 inch machine. I have been buying it for my 22 series machines and love it. Its not cheap unopened but its nice to know that its not going to go bad like some of the old Ampex does

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herm View Post
    Dan! you need to check out some maxell ud 1/4 inch tape. Its the nuts on a 1/4 inch machine. I have been buying it for my 22 series machines and love it. Its not cheap unopened but its nice to know that its not going to go bad like some of the old Ampex does
    Hey Gary
    No doubt. I actually picked up some NOS UD-35 several years ago when the prices were still reasonable, unlike now. I'm glad I did 'cause it's one of the best (and some would argue the best) tape for 1/4" decks. Absolutely stable formulation and sounds great. I think I have like 10 UD 35-90 and about 6 UD 35-180, all sealed. Did you get yours sealed? How many do you have?

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    I bought two cases of the 14" pancakes from the same seller a while back. I just need to figure out a way to spin it down now. Got a 14" reel from sweetbeats but no deck big enough, and no free time to mcgyver some other method. I also got about 20 reels of UD from a friend of mine who doesn't like 7" reels!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Jinn View Post
    I bought two cases of the 14" pancakes from the same seller a while back. I just need to figure out a way to spin it down now. Got a 14" reel from sweetbeats but no deck big enough, and no free time to mcgyver some other method. I also got about 20 reels of UD from a friend of mine who doesn't like 7" reels!
    you can try that "poor dude" method that I did while ago , also I did it for fun
    and I did wind from 10" to 7" , not from 14" , but the same idea.
    Place the reel on that board with cup-hub that is typically in the 10" reel box, place next to the machine and level it with the machine's reel tables, path the tape through the tape path and onto take up reel .
    I've made short video, it's easier to show
    link: http://www.mzentertainment.com/video..._to_7_inch.wmv

    also it may work or may not work too well ...
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    Well Zee, it looks like I actually found some cheaper, but after I already bought 2 cases off ebay.

    632 .25 in x 2500 pancake tray pack [63217611T] : reel deal pro audio .::. keeping the analog alive

    Oh well. Oh yeah, I just priced flange kits and boxes, HOLY SMOKES! That stuff has gotten outrageous in price!
    The interface said to use "Windows XP or higher"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjones1700 View Post
    Well Zee, it looks like I actually found some cheaper, but after I already bought 2 cases off ebay.

    632 .25 in x 2500 pancake tray pack [63217611T] : reel deal pro audio .::. keeping the analog alive
    nop, it does not look like you did
    the price is for one cake , so it's hundred fourty bucks per case, and you must buy full case. plus some shipping , I guess


    stock it up while it's there for 25 per case plus ship ...then sell them - become filthy rich
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    Doh! Guess that explains why there is "Qty 10" instead of "Qty 1" in the cart by default huh? I'll get back to my beer and be quiet. hehe
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