old school Posted January 31, 2015 Report Share Posted January 31, 2015 Most of us who used Nagras in the old days can't remember the old days.... Seems like many lifetimes ago. I have a Nagra 4.2 and Sela mixer that I bought used from Audio Services, (LSC now). I bought 2 4.2's but kept only one for my museum. The Sela and 4.2's were from 20th Century Fox so I'm sure they were used on a shit load of TV shows and Films. I then bought my expensive new Nagra IV S because time code became a necessity, I bought it from a start up company called Coffey Sound. (Now Trew Audio). And I bought a very nice Nagra III from Mr John Coffey a few years back. I love them all. As for stories, well I really have none as the Nagras worked well everyday for years and years. Never a problem for me using one. Now I just look at them most of the time. Beautiful units. CrewC Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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