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    Arrow Packing 101 (read this if you want your recorder / mixer to arrive in one piece)

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    This needs to be posted in the TASCAM forum as well:

    https://homerecording.com/bbs/showthread.php?t=229729

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    Good info to remember! Thanks for the post

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    Really glad you threw this out there. I had three Fostex Hard Disc Recorders arrive damaged, only due to poor packaging. It's also a great idea (essential, as far as I'm concerned, for long distance) to
    DOUBLE-BOX! The orig factory shipping methods are more efficient, and they use less material because they often ship on FREIGHT trucks, or on company-owned rigs that KNOW how to treat these items. Pass it on!!

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