There's a reason they're called "master tapes" — nearly all pre-digital recordings began their life being recorded directly to tape. As a result, copies of these are as close as you can come to the original recording. The Sonorus Audio ATR10 Analog Tape Reproducer was built specifically to play back these sonic wonders. While it's based on the Revox PR99 chassis and uses some Studer/Revox parts in the mechanical transport, the tape drive, power supplies, and playback amplifiers of the ATR10 are all-new, based on current-production parts. Features include selectable EQ, motor-assisted fast braking for easier searching, and the ability to draw the attention of anyone who walks by.