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Reel-to-Reel Record Head Alignment On the AKAI GX-280D, the recording head has three adjustment screws, meaning both the height and the azimuth can be adjusted. The azimuth is how much the angle between the head gap and the tape varies from 90 degrees. You want zero azimuth angle, that is the head gap and the tape should be perpendicular to each other. You typically play with all three screws for height adjustment and just the one screw that's off to the side for azimuth. In the following, we are going to focus on the azimuth adjustment.

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information and ideas about audio history (update at close of article) I was flipping thru a pile of old DB magazines and the above image caught my eye. Let’s see here… clockwise from top left we see a U87, an SM58, RE20, MD441, KM8(x), RE16, SM81, MD421, and then… wtf is that thing? In this collection of classic 70s mics, I recognized, and in fact often-use, all except that last little fella. On the table-of-contents page, I was told that this is an Audio Technica 813. Well, if at least SOMEONE, sometime, thought that it could stand in that lineup, I had to learn more…

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