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    Intetested in analogue recording of music and ambient sound.
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  1. This is great Robert! Looking forward to your next chapter(s).
  2. Thanks for sharing your writing about Nagra with us Robert. I look forward to reading more as they become available.
  3. Thanks Roger. Perhaps here in Canada, we are not permitted to see the selling price of $20,000 only that 1 bid was made at $400. I received a reply message this AM from the seller and they indicate that the item sold and is not relisted. As you've noted, the high offer may have been one of the many ghost offers that doesn't ever materialize as a completed payment for the seller. In any case, it was an interesting piece and one I was particularly interested in. 22EEFF7B-043C-46EA-B8FA-F2E014E65386.heic
  4. Hey Roger, I also saw that listing and made several offers. All declined. Interestingly, the message I received from ebay just indicates that the listing is closed, it doesn't say sold. I don't see it under completed listings. Not sure if it was sold, was removed, or was a fake listing altogether. I also tried to reach the seller through a few messages and had no replies.
  5. Hi Forrest, Are you still looking for the service manual? Chris
  6. Hi JBond, I am certainly not mad at you for posting info on the listing! If anything, I appreciate your generosity in sharing so much Nagra historical information and super photos. It has helped me immensely. I likely would not have won it anyway Will keep looking, but not holding my breath!
  7. Seller relisted at USD1000 and sold it. Too bad as I was watching this and hoped to bid on it on Monday before the end of the auction. Haven't seen one come up on the Bay before.
  8. Nagra will be showing some of their "historic" pieces as part of this year's Audio show in Munich this week. Here is a link to their teaser video with a few pics of Kudelski and a few shots of tape machines.
  9. Many thanks Dela and JBond. Makes sense to have a standard 1/8 mic jack. Appreciate the effort to take your unit's boards out and posting pics. Mystery solved. Thanks, Chris
  10. Wondering if anyone knows whether SN units with a second jack (in addition to the headphone jack) located next to the start/stop lever were a specific version or an aftermarket mod by some users. I can't seem to find any information about this jack as it is not featured on the majority of units I have seen out there. Do you happen to know anything about this option and it's purpose? There is a photo from JBond's earlier post (second photo of post 376) depicting an SN red text unit that has the second jack located near the white nylon guide roller and the start/stop button trigger. I have reviewed an SN manual online but have had no luck figuring out what this is. Anyone know? Chris
  11. This is a great mod for those who mainly use the IV-S for playback and have no use for the pilot/NRS function. You have a ballpark of what the mod cost and is it reversible (What is the extent of light machining)?
  12. Great post! Always interesting to better understand what led to the development of these amazing machines. Love the photos.
  13. Seems to have already sold for the US$6k asking price. Wow!
  14. I was watching this in hopes I might get lucky. No such luck! Beautiful machine but really surprised me that the auction went that high so I was out very early. Hope the winner is able to get it operating.
  15. Good find! Amazing what ends up in dumpsters!
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