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    Transporting Revox A77

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    Hi,

    I need to move one of these across the UK from north Wales to south east England.

    Am i likely to de-calbrate/ de-allign / damage anything if i were to attempt forgoing the journey veeeery carefully via the train?

    Thanks for your response in advance!

    Laurence

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    If you hang on to it like a briefcase then nothing will happen, unless it gets dropped or banged around. Normal handling shouldn't be a problem.

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    Cool, i shall treat it like a new born baby...better!

    Thanks

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