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While searching for a used 4 track reel to reel I came across a TASCAM 34 but it has no manual and the owner knows nothing about it. What is it? Can I use it to transcribe some old 4 tracks to CD? What is it worth? Can a manual be found? Thanks

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You should be able to find a manual for it, many free online sources. Yes you can use it for r-t-r playback to transfer to CD's. One in good condition will typically go for $300-$400.

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