All varieties of old recordings can now be handled using the following machines.....
Reel to Reel
Revox B77 running at 7.5 and 15 inches per second, for two track stereo recordings, typically master stereos from recording studios....
Akai 1800SD running at 3.75 and 7.5 ips, for four track stereo recordings, typically domestic stereo recordings...
Studer B67 running at 7.5 and 30ips. Only the best studios used 30ips to master with, and these machines are quite rare nowadays, but we've got one!!
Denon, Sony and Technics standard machines, Fostex four-
LP, EP, & Singles
Thorens TD180, a really great record deck, stylus for 33s, 45s and 78s
If you have an old treasured recording in your loft, why not have it transferred
to CD so you can listen to it again? (By the way, if you have an old reel to reel
tape from the 80's, do be careful! They usually suffer from "sticky tape syndrome"
and will need to be baked at a very low temperature before being played -