What are you listening to on your reel to reel right now?

Discussion in 'Tape' started by R-2-R, Oct 29, 2011.

  1. R-2-R

    R-2-R AK Subscriber Subscriber

    I've been playing my reel to reel, Teac X-1000R, and earlier started off listening to the group Chicago (original name of the group was 'Chicago Transit Authority') and all their hits from the very first album up to their latest that I had recorded and currently listening to various jazz artist (David Sanborn, Kenny G., George Howard, Kim Waters, Sade, etc.).
    So what about y'all? Anyone listening and on what brand, model reel to reel?

    **EDIT: Oh and I forgot to mention that while I've been listening I am drinking an 'ice cold' Corona Lite!
    Last edited: Nov 9, 2011
  2. juncers

    juncers Reasonably skeptical about everything Subscriber

    Handel's Agrippina with Alexandrina Pendatchanska in the lead role on a Tandberg 3341X.

  3. KentTeffeteller

    KentTeffeteller Gimpus Stereophilus!

    A dub master reel of Beach Boys Capitol singles from the singles masters at 15 IPS on the Otari. Full track mono NAB. Let's go surfin' :tresbon:
  4. gustavoa

    gustavoa Active Member

    Diana Krall, Maria Rita, Roberta Sa, Brazilian music on Teac x2000r (dbxed).
  5. jancumps

    jancumps iRock

    Classical Music Radio show that I record every week from public radio.
    The show invites a knowwledgeable person to talk about a selected masterpiece.
    This week: 5th Piano Concerto of van Beethoven (Emperor Concerto).
  6. FAB1

    FAB1 playing with the big toys

    Oh man, I want a copy! Fun, fun, fun!

    I think I will listen to a "tape swap" tape tonight. I have no idea what is on it maybe some Halloween music??? We are going to start a new rotation soon, you guys oughta get on it.
  7. LAB3

    LAB3 AK Member

    Tom Petty "Mojo" on a Revox A-77 Mk IV Dolby...... AGFA PEM468 new/old pancake.
  8. Vintage TX

    Vintage TX Analog forever

    Rolling Stones Collection 7-1/2 speed from vinyl on this oldie:

    Attached Files:

  9. FloridaSam

    FloridaSam I like tacos

    Meet The Beatles from my original Mono copy puechased by my mother when she was 18 years old on my Akai GX-625

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  10. cableguy2

    cableguy2 Well-Known Member

    Akai 625D

    Oh, I got one of those. Replaced the noisey transistors and love it. But the computer chip to stop the reels on a wind down doesn't work. Does yours?
  11. FloridaSam

    FloridaSam I like tacos

    I too had to change all those noisey trannies. Luckily (knock on wood) all the functions are working perfectly on this unit.
  12. carcrazy

    carcrazy Well-Known Member

    I still have to change the trannies on my Akai GX-630D. I just got a tape of music from the TV show "The Man From Uncle". Should be a blast!

    I also have a Studer A810 that I need to hook up into the system. It will kick the Akai's butt (I still like my Akai).
  13. juncers

    juncers Reasonably skeptical about everything Subscriber

    Sibelius Symphony No. 1
    Sibelius Symphony No. 4

    Colin Davis
  14. eddisc

    eddisc Super Member

    Jeff Wayne's musical WAR OF THE WORLDS. I'd put it on 10.5" yrs. ago so I could listen to it in one "sitting". VERY nice.
  15. audiojones

    audiojones Jonesin' for audio Subscriber

    Right now listening to one of Mike and Frank's Radio Free America shows that I taped from WPRB in Princeton a few years ago on my Sony TC-758. That was the best radio program ever. They played stuff from Gong, Soft Machine, Zappa and Beefheart, Pretty Things, Love, Renaissance, Family plus tons of music that I've never heard before. I don't know what ever happened to them, one week they just disappeared never to be heard from again! At least I have my tapes...
  16. Ricktptman

    Ricktptman Active Member

    ECS-15 Gaite Parisienne BPO/Fiedler on my Pioneer RT-1050.

  17. krisjay

    krisjay Super Member

    Springsteen~Winterland Soundboard 12-15-1978 @ 7 1/2~Teac A4300
    This has always been a favorite, sound wise and performance wise, this is an incredible show and The Boss was simply on fire this night, recorded from lossless flac file. This was the remastered Prodigal Son version, took some of the boominess out of the drums and evened out alot of the known issues with other versions, my opinion, it is the best version of this show.
    Last edited: Nov 3, 2011
  18. truetone36

    truetone36 electronics packrat

    Alice Cooper- Pretties For You on my Revox A77.
  19. audiojones

    audiojones Jonesin' for audio Subscriber

    Wow, excellent! Their first - love that one :music:
  20. Fisherdude

    Fisherdude Regular Dude - Super Mod Super Mod Subscriber

    Wynton Marsalis: The Haydn Trumpet Concerto.

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