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This cost me $450 in 1983-ish; it was the most solid cassette recorder I could get. It still works just fine as of 2019, though I don't use it very much anymore. It was mainly for "bouncing" tracks from [[TEAC A-2340SX|the four-track]] so I could overdub.
 
This cost me $450 in 1983-ish; it was the most solid cassette recorder I could get. It still works just fine as of 2019, though I don't use it very much anymore. It was mainly for "bouncing" tracks from [[TEAC A-2340SX|the four-track]] so I could overdub.

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This cost me $450 in 1983-ish; it was the most solid cassette recorder I could get. It still works just fine as of 2019, though I don't use it very much anymore. It was mainly for "bouncing" tracks from the four-track so I could overdub.