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picture of Pioneer RT-707, Teac 144 PortaStudio  picture from Phantom reel to reel tape recorder museum taken in Feb 2005  picture of Phantom Productions' recording studio in November 2004    picture of R2D2 Replica (complete with sounds.  Teac 80-8 was used to record te sounds of R2Dr and 3CPOin the Star Wars movie   picture of Teac Home made album in Phantom museum pictures from Phantom reel to reel tape recording museum  picture of SE wall of Phantom's vintage reel tape recording museum   picure of Phantom's museum 0105  picture of Phantom's museum picture of Phantom's museum  picture of Phantom's museum  October 2004 picture of one of  Phantom's displays of vintage Ampex and Sony reel to reel tape recorders  picture in studio museum area  picture of Phantom's Sony reel tape recorders   picture of Phantom Productions' reel to reel tape recorder displays in 11/04  picture of Phantom Productions' reel to reel tape recorder displays in 11/04     picture of Shure 55c picture of posters in studio museum area picture of posters and pictures in studio museum area picture of posters and pictures in studio museum area   picture of lighted signs for Sony and Webcor picture of Ampex and Sony reel tape recorders in Phantom museum  picture of Phantom Productions' Concertone 505 reel tape recorder   picture of Phantom's EV 666 microphones picture of Phantom's Ampex 351 reel tape recorder  picture of Phantom's Ampex F-44 Fine Line 4460  reel tape recorder  picture of Phantom's Ampex 351 reel tape recorder  picture of Phantom's Ampex 350 transport reel tape recorder Studio at night picture of Viking 76 reel tape recorder with VHS duplicators  Technics RS1700 in Reel2ReelTexas.com's vintage recording collection ©2008  picture of Sparta radio console and Sony 555 reel tape recorder   picture of Vintage Closet of Phantom's vintage reel tape recording museum  picture of Ampex 2100 & AX-300 reel tape recorders  picture of Dokorder reel tape recorders and a Webster Chicago 180-1 wire recorder picture of the Ampex ATR-700 and 960 reel tape recorders picture of Shure 51 microphone on Atlas chrome floor stand  picture of Phantom's vintage reel recorder museum 05/30/04 picture of Phantom's vintage reel recorder museum 05/30/04    picture of North wall picture of Pioneer RT-901 with Teac, Sony, Altec and RCA mixers  picture of Ampex & Wollensak recorders  picture in studio museum area  picture in studio museum area  picture of Sony, Rheem & Roberts tape recorders   picture of Bob Hope on cover of Radio TV magazine with Ampex 600 picture of Ampex AG440 in console  picture of Coasters Gold record Young Blood  picture of ReVox A77  picture of Ampex 2000  picture of Ampex AG445B   picture of Sony and Roberts reel recorders in Phantom museum  picture from studio to control room (musicians' view)   picture of Fostex R8 with Sony DAT and other Phantom equipment   picture of Concertone 800 & 804   picture of equipment in museum  Ampex AG500 and speaker   picture of newer ReVox A77 with ReVox store sign in background  

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