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    talk about "oldschool" hehe

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    Just thought I'd post this little auction here my dad has up on Ebay right now... Old OLD school Akai four-track recorder.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...ory=15199&rd=1

    It's kinda' cool, really. I thought you analog guys would get a kick outta' it.

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    If the unit sells for 40 dollars and because it has a sturdy handle on it to attach a long rope to, I would consider it to be a competitive and useful product in the boat anchor category of product.

    Let the flames begin!

    Cheers!

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    Ooooh, ouch....

    lol

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    I wonder how it sounds at 15/16 inches per second

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    my dad answered that for ya':
    "Slloooooooooooooowwwww"

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    Actually that is a rare model, not many around anymore.
    Reminds me about Wollensack, they have a similar model, pretty to look at but almost useless....
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    Actually that is a rare model, not many around anymore.
    Reminds me about Wollensack, they have a similar model, pretty looks but almost useless....
    Vintage TX

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