Analog Tape Recorders and Console

Our Ampex 300-3 and a stereo Ampex 351 and stereo Ampex 440, mix formats

Our Ampex 300-3 and a stereo Ampex 351 and stereo Ampex 440, mix formats

Fry Pharmacy Recording is the proud owner of a massive array of analog (& digital!) tape recorders. Whether you’re looking for a unique machine to track on, or a rare format to transfer from, chances are we have what you’re looking for.

Analog Tape Recorders

Ampex MM1200 2″ 16-track – 1972

Ampex MM1200 2″ 24-track – 1974
Ampex 300-3 1/2″ all tube 3-track!
Ampex 351 1/4″ Mono mastering deck – 1950’s
Ampex 351 1/4″ Stereo mastering deck – 1950’s
Ampex AG440 [3] 1/4″ 2-track mastering deck – 1960’s
Ampex AG440 1″ 8-track – 1960’s

Magnecorder Type PT6-R 1/4″ MONO – late 1940’s
Teac A-2300SR 1/4″ Consumer 4-track

351-resized

Converters and Digital Recorders
Lynx Aurora 16
Running ProTools 9
24 bit/196 Khz, 16 analog inputs 16 analog outputs

Digidesign 002R
Running ProTools 9
48 tracks at up to 24 bit/96 Khz, 16 analog inputs

Mitsubishi X850
32-track open reel digital recorder w/ meterbridge and remote
Alesis ADAT backface

Mixing Desk
Sphere Eclipse A 28 Input
circa – 1972

Fry Pharmacy control room circa 2014 a good view of the Sphere Eclipse A console

Fry Pharmacy control room circa 2014 a good view of the Sphere Eclipse A console