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Old August 26th, 2008, 02:41 PM   #31
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Every once in a while I go to the Aatom site and drool over a Cantaar. Now where did I put that application to mortgage my soul?
I think that when you make the currency corrections on what the dollar was worth in the early '70s, when the Nagra 4.2 was released, the price might have been more or less the same as the Aaton is now. The Kudelsky modular philosophy seems to be the same on the Cantar.
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Old August 26th, 2008, 02:46 PM   #32
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I think that when you make the currency corrections on what the dollar was worth in the early '70s, when the Nagra 4.2 was released, the price might have been more or less the same as the Aaton is now. The Kudelsky modular philosophy seems to be the same on the Cantar.

Ywp, and the new Nagra VI is looking quite interesting
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Old August 26th, 2008, 02:53 PM   #33
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Ywp, and the new Nagra VI is looking quite interesting
Certainly so. Nagra seems not to be full going in the USA with it yet, and I got some great info from Europe.

It should be a great option for the Deva and Cantar, with quite similar approach. Though I think the LCD screen could be improved and is not as practical as the modulometer was on the analog Nagras.

But the electronics should be very good.
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