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[[Image:2005-06-05 teac A-2340 SX.550px wide.jpg|thumb|right|]]The [[TEAC A-2340SX]] 4-track reel deck has been a faithful workhorse. I bought it used in 1983 or so for a couple hundred dollars (it was more like a thousand dollars new) and used it for everything up to when I got the 8-track reel deck, in roughly 1993-4. It's still more experimentation-friendly than the 8-track because the tape is much, much cheaper.
 
[[Image:2005-06-05 teac A-2340 SX.550px wide.jpg|thumb|right|]]The [[TEAC A-2340SX]] 4-track reel deck has been a faithful workhorse. I bought it used in 1983 or so for a couple hundred dollars (it was more like a thousand dollars new) and used it for everything up to when I got the 8-track reel deck, in roughly 1993-4. It's still more experimentation-friendly than the 8-track because the tape is much, much cheaper.
  

Revision as of 16:09, 1 December 2019

2005-06-05 teac A-2340 SX.550px wide.jpg

The TEAC A-2340SX 4-track reel deck has been a faithful workhorse. I bought it used in 1983 or so for a couple hundred dollars (it was more like a thousand dollars new) and used it for everything up to when I got the 8-track reel deck, in roughly 1993-4. It's still more experimentation-friendly than the 8-track because the tape is much, much cheaper.

I am still using it to transcribe old tapes, and if I ever have space for a studio again I will probably keep it around for analog recording and general noodling.

I used it to record:

...and a few other tracks I haven't moved over to woozalia.com yet.