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Re: Testing Instruments
« Reply #15 on: December 09, 2007, 08:18:18 PM »
Hey Bob, I don't know if you get over to the Tape Trail forum on Audio Asylum, but here's some ideas for you cart,
http://www.audioasylum.com/forums/tape/messages/1/10109.html
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Re: Testing Instruments
« Reply #16 on: December 15, 2007, 05:51:51 PM »
Dear Steve,

Thanks a lot. I now have the time to go there now.

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Re: Testing Instruments
« Reply #17 on: December 15, 2007, 06:14:20 PM »
Hello again Steve,

Thank you again for that great info and web site referral. I went there and found a stand on page 9 that looked like something I could use until I read it had plastic legs. However, it does have rollers. What I am going to do is draw up a plan regarding how I want it to look and have an advance student at one of the local tech schools do it. I believe that person will do a great job and it will now cost me an arm and leg. Plus, I want the stand to hold my Tascam 32B and Otari 5050. I also want this stand to have shelves that will hold a certain amount of 7 and 10 inch tapes. Of course I intend to have large rollers for easy moving around. Thanks again.

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Bob W. (African American) VPI, Ref Standard Grado, Denon 103r, Threshold, DecWare tube pre and Classe pre amp, Jolida tube phono pre amp, (Peter Gunn) modified Magnapan 1.6, Tascam 32-2B & 42B tape decks, Parasound belt drive CD transport, Pacific Valve tube DAC, VPI  TT, various upscale cables.