All of our J-Corder machines are calibrated using ATR Blank Magnetic Tape. The tapes are newly manufactured and are of a super high quality. Feel free to contact them for all of your tape needs.
Technics Rediscover Music
Here you can download Technics operating instructions and user manuals for all of the New Technics Products as well as the iPhone and Smartphone Technics APPS
For the ultimate in luxury tube sound for your tape deck, Nick Doshi handcrafts luxury external tube amplifiers for tape recorders that are out of this world! J-Corder can direct wire out any of our custom tape decks to accommodate these luxury amps.
deHavilland Electric Amplifiers
Take your tape deck to the next level with Kara Chaffe's award winning external tape recorder amplifiers. J-Corder can direct wire out any of our custom tape decks to accommodate these amazing and affordable tube amps.
For the finest Audiophile quality pre-recorded tape and some awesome reviews by the fabulous Maria, you should check these guys out.
This great web site was developed to host a community for fans of reel to reel tapes to gather, talk, and trade ideas. There is something for everyone from the avid lover of tape to someone just starting to explore the medium. Tapeheads is the brainchild of Matt Desatoff, who himself is extremely knowledgeable about all things tape related.
John French, from JRF, competes all of our headblock servicing for the Technics machines. He is an expert at resurfacing and realignment of the tapeheads. Feel free to contact John for all of your tapehead needs.
Electronic Engineers, Inc
Located in Chicago Illinois, Roman Sokalov does service and repairs for ll kinds of hi-fi audio, video and television equipment. Feel free to contact Roman for your service needs.
Adrian Pro Audio Service
Established in 1975, owner Adrian is a former employee of Teac/Tascam with a technical degree in electronics. He can service your Teac, Tascam, Fostex or Otari analog tape recorder
Retro thing is an independent vintage gadget website that is run be a team of (self-proclaimed) elves from Calgary and Chicago. Each month they present a never-ending stream of classic and almost-classic gizmos and books. These elves surprised us with a great feature about J-Corder in the February 2009 issue. This site is as fun as it is informative - check it out!