Fostex G16S Pdf User Manuals. View online or download Fostex G16S Owner’s Manual. Does anyone of you have a service manual for the regular G16 without the ‘S’ or even better a straight up solution to our issue? One of our. Free TASCAM Semi-Pro tape Recorder manuals and schematics. the Fostex G16 / G24 manual (21 megs large) ReUpped 9/07/14 Link GOOD.
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When checking with a spectrum analyzer the original looks quite the same as the recorded one on tape, perfect. All times are GMT Anyway, if you want to record on location and per s.
Thanks, I will look for one. I have not specific answer to your problem, and I don’t know if the service manual will help solve it. Does anyone of you have the whole manual in digital format?
Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. The time now is I saw your post a few days back, and then I just forgot about it until you PM’d me Fostex stopped support so they are a dead end. Nicky, make sure that you are doing your record calibration while actually monitoring the levels going to tape off the repro head as oppsed to recording tones, then fosttex them back and adjusting record electronics.
Anything that interferes with tape to head contact is going to reduce performance. Miroslav Music – YouTube.
Han, more difficult in my opinion is only mqnual have to record and then playback to tweak with record levels and eq. The difficulty with most Fostex machines is that the bias adjustment is a continuously variable cap.
Full Member Offline Posts: I think it was a typo by Fostex when they put the service manual together. A higher current will heat the Erase head and fkstex in damage to the tape.
I’m glad you are “enthusiastic” about calibration! I’m kinda surprised that Fostex doesn’t provide the Dolby C gg16 service manual on their website, but then, it’s 25 years old. You have then done “stereo pairs” of different settings and you can print music, drums, vocals to them. Please login or register. I dont fostes have a fostex, but I thank you for your work. The last narrow-format tip concerns tape thickness.
Can you help me out guys?
It is considered as a normal condition if Erasure is higher then 70dB. But, you may not have b16 repro head from the last post?
He’s been looking rostex a service manual all over the web and was only able to find it for the S version. Are there portable machines with more bandwidth, like 16 track 1 inch? Many of these machines perform better with 1-mil tape rather than 1.
Just to be clear Only tape looks and sounds smoother Han, I know the Fostex G24 indeed, but I realize now that it has more bandwidth per track because it uses 1″ tape. You can do the same for Operating Record levels: Maybe they did this to achieve more high frequencies, is this good?
The first is mechanical Then I messed around with different resolutions times, still too big I do almost all the time location work When checking levels I was setting the erase head That’s why the levels didn’t change very much All is set now. Nicky in ‘t Veld wrote on Wed, 01 November ALL calibrations are compromises and recommendations and personal taste for audio tape.
Just hear what changes on the results – some will be bight and fizzy, some natural, some dark and punchy. If I find it, I will scan it and add it Does anyone of you have a service manual for the regular G16 without the “S” or even better a straight up solution to our issue?
The Ghost of FM. So I was trying to scan it first in one shot, but it was way to big for the email. I’m not at my studio. Fostex A8 service manual? These machines are getting on in years, so things do fail, but just a little tip I try to pass along when these things come up.
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If not of course it’s going to be interfering with tape to head contact by pushing the tape away from the heads ever so slightly.
Nick in ‘t Veld Newbie Offline Posts: I’ve bought it t16 in and it still works like a charm, though I don’t use it often since I have a two inch machine.
Sounds like quite the undertaking. The sound can vary a LOT with a few simple changes.