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    Revox/Studer PR99 RtR info?

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    Greets Gang!
    Anybody know anything about this unit? ReVox Model PR99. Seems to mostly function properly, but has a few small problems like bent tape guides and spindles and such.
    Three heads, but there are NO inputs, though. Weird. L/R XLR line outs. Lots of adjustments. Will run on multiple voltages. Has rack ears.
    I really have no use for it without line inputs- I'd take $20 for it if any of you guys that live in Cleveland are interested.....
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    Thats the play only version. Strange that it has three heads however

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    Quote Originally Posted by technoplayer View Post
    Thats the play only version. Strange that it has three heads however
    Aha!
    I just looked closer with better light: The "Record" head is actually a dummy slug. Strange

    Notice that it still has the record button on the transport, too. What a weird machine....
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    Quote Originally Posted by guido #2 View Post
    Aha!
    Notice that it still has the record button on the transport, too.
    But hasn't lettering, the conventional model says "REC".

    ReVox and Studer produced "playback only" versions for most models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheReeler View Post
    But hasn't lettering, the conventional model says "REC".

    ReVox and Studer produced "playback only" versions for most models.
    Correct! The button to nowhere.
    Like I said- weird machine!!
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