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Re: Cheap Bit Bucket
« Reply #15 on: February 13, 2017, 11:34:50 PM »
Silly question, but why not use the 722 in your sig line?  It has coax in, no?

I have been but the cf card slot is screwed up and don't want to put the wear on the hard drive although I do need to send it off to get fixed.    no coax in but do have an aes->coax cable

OUCH brother :( Sounds like your 722 needs to go back to SD for a major checkup! If the CF Card is screwed up, and your INHDD is flaky, it DEF needs to go back home to be fixed lol ;) I'd worry about getting your 722 fixed before I worried about transferring DATs, but that's just what I'd do! Once your 722 is all fixed, you can just transfer your DATs->722, once you hit up your local Radio Shack or order from the above eBay links, and get that Male BNC->Female RCA adapter so you can turn the BNC jacks on your 722 into a Digital IN/OUT setup ;)

Then you won't need ANYTHING but a cheap little $2 adapter from Rat Shack/eBay ;D
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Re: Cheap Bit Bucket
« Reply #16 on: February 17, 2017, 07:15:14 AM »
This DR-680 mkI has been on GS since October, asking $225 obo.  I use my old 680 for transfers from a DA-20 and it works great.
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