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Do any companies still make 2" Reel-to-Reel machines?

I tried doing a search but nothing came up.
Does anyone even make 2" machines anymore? I remember when PT first came out, we called it "slow tools". One Local studio had a set up for 2-track (prior to that, they mixed to a VCR that had digital stereo audio tracks.) And they went up to the big leagues - first studio in town with a CD burner! Woohoo! I think the guy paid like $50K for it, and CD blanks were like $45 each. I remember 8 or 9 years later I bought a Yamaha 8X burner for $500. It burned a whole 12 CD's before it died. Piece of crap!

Anyway, I started thinking about it - does anyone actually make 2" Reel to Reel machines anymore?

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Nobtwiddler Sat, 01/23/2021 - 19:05

He guys, I just wanted to let you all know, there are a few other options as well as the Ballfinger..
Some major refurbished ones also

BUT, none of us can afford them, well at least not I ....

http://www.ballfinger.de/tape-machines

http://www.metaxas.com/#prettyPhoto[portfolio1]/6/

https://sepeaaudio.com/stellavox-pro-recorders/

Go Figure
www.millbrooksoundstudio.com

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