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Old 01-19-2022, 02:27 PM
Clark2 Clark2 is offline
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Default Dolby B Decoder?

Does a separate decoder exist for Dolby-B-encoded tapes?

I have an old Revox A77 and a substantial library of reel-to-tapes that I recorded over the years with an equally old Advent 100A Dolby Unit. I don't want to record any more tapes, nor do I make use of the nifty mixer, microphone, and monitoring capabilities of the 100A, which is anyhow bulky and awkward to use. I'm hoping for a smaller, possibly playback-only decoder that I can use to play these tapes. -- Clark2
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