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    Teac 32-2 buttons

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    Ok I am guilty of not having the manual to my Teac 32-2.
    Can someone point me to a manual on line or tell me about the eq button and what the correct settings are for the bias button? Does the manual tell what the bias is for setting 1 and setting 2?

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    Gary,

    I've got an original hard copy of the service manual for the 32-2B, but I haven't seen a PDF of owner or service manual anywhere on-line.

    The REC BIAS and REC EQ buttons work together to accommodate different tapes. Here are the settings for some common tapes:

    REC BIAS = 1 / REC EQ = 1 (This setting is what the Tascam 32 is set for)
    Ampex/Quantegy 456/457
    3M/Scotch 250, 226/227, 966/986
    BASF/EMTEC/RMGI SM911, SM468, LPR35
    Maxell XL/XLI, UD
    TDK L-Series Audua

    REC BIAS = 1 / REC EQ = 2
    Ampex/Quantegy 406/407
    3M/Scotch 206/207

    REC BIAS = 2 / REC EQ = 1
    3M/Scotch 211, 212, 228, 229 (Highlander)
    Ampex/Quantegy 600 Series
    BASF LP 35 LH

    Hope that helps. Any other questions, feel free to ask.

    ~Tim


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    Thats just what I needed to know Tim. Thank you very much.

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