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  • JS Hoover
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    That was the deck-only version of the Roberts 771X (which "evolved" into transistorized status in 1968; after being based on the tube Roberts 770X/Akai M-8). You know(?): there was a 15ips adapter capstan sleeve and smaller pinch roller which originally came with those, too.

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  • charles hidalgo
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    Originally posted by Ki Choi View Post
    Nice. I used to own an Akai with built in amp and speaker of similar vintage. You should find a working GX-77 for the 7" reel commercial tapes. I like it better than the GX-747 for being quieter transport with equally good sound not to mention how smaller it is. Ki
    The GX-77 is a great machine. I have a few reel to reel players and I restored this particular Akai because it was the first machine my father had owned.
    Last edited by charles hidalgo; 07-17-2019, 11:33 PM.

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  • Audioraven
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    Akai Reel To Reel's are sexy!

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  • Ki Choi
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    Nice. I used to own an Akai with built in amp and speaker of similar vintage. You should find a working GX-77 for the 7" reel commercial tapes. I like it better than the GX-747 for being quieter transport with equally good sound not to mention how smaller it is. Ki

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  • charles hidalgo
    started a topic Akai X-150D

    Akai X-150D

    Got this back up to spec and it sounds and records amazing. I mainly have it to play the 3 3/4 ips recordings that my Otari machine will not.

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