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    Quote Originally Posted by miroslav View Post
    So you guys are going to have an analog vs. digital debate in 2019...?
    Digialog is the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmys69 View Post
    Good lord I sound like a spambot. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmys69 View Post
    But if you add screws to the mix, then you need a different tool!
    You can drive a screw with a hammer if you try hard enough. A screwdriver doesn't do you any good when all you've got is nails.

    (No I don't know how that applies to the current discussion)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashcat_lt View Post
    You can drive a screw with a hammer if you try hard enough. A screwdriver doesn't do you any good when all you've got is nails.

    (No I don't know how that applies to the current discussion)
    HAHA! It doesn't, unless you have a really big screwdriver...

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    You can pry things apart with either a hammer or a screwdriver. One might work better than another depending on the situation, but probably neither is actually the right tool for the job. :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmys69 View Post
    It doesn't, unless you have a really big screwdriver...
    Almost anything can be a hammer, if you really want it.

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    I want peaceful co-existance as well (enough narly political shit going on here to last several lifetimes anyway!) I would like however to commnet on a couple of points raised?

    "Don't think stuffing tracks through some cheap prosumer tape gear is going to fix it". This is a vital lesson to the noob who might think droppping $100 on an old cassette deck of dubious spec, is going to turn him into George Martin! The Beatles used state of art for the day gear.

    And "the inconvenience of various operating levels". Now I am a nerdy person and cannot abide bits of gear that are not compatible in terms of connectors and levels. In the past I modded cassette and mini disc machines to at least have Z balanced outs on TRS and the Teac A3440 went to a breakout box that converted RCA to TRS. If son were still here recording I would be making lifting amps (NE5532) to get everything up to +4dBu and probably balanced to boot!

    Now I have no need of the analogue kit except for the odd cassette dub and for those I suffer the RCAs!

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