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  • patrickl472patrickl472

    Nakamichi dragonPublished on 01/21/07 at 07:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For 15 years I use this device I've always liked the cost, he made an exceptional Submitted for support K7 chrome. The use is quite complex, but the instructions are clear , and good for recording rglages are essential for a rsultat parfait.J 've recorded a classic concert parallle with DAT and did not blush at the new price comparaison.Le Reserved for the enthusiasts but I wanted to read my large collection of K7 in the best conditions. (In the era promotion with the purchase of a DAT spouse.) I possdais a small NAKAMICHI BX 150 six times less expensive and I did not have felt the loss near the K7.donc without regret.Un dtail small, in terms of maintenance, although monitoring the fouling …
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    For 15 years I use this device I've always liked the cost, he made an exceptional Submitted for support K7 chrome. The use is quite complex, but the instructions are clear , and good for recording rglages are essential for a rsultat parfait.J 've recorded a classic concert parallle with DAT and did not blush at the new price comparaison.Le Reserved for the enthusiasts but I wanted to read my large collection of K7 in the best conditions. (In the era promotion with the purchase of a DAT spouse.) I possdais a small NAKAMICHI BX 150 six times less expensive and I did not have felt the loss near the K7.donc without regret.Un dtail small, in terms of maintenance, although monitoring the fouling of the axis of capstan Left for cel can block and cause constant disruption of automatic alignment of the rest ttes.Pour a must!
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