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Hi.All your posts remind me of my heart-breaking loss of my ZX-9. It died. One of its motor assemblies will need to be replaced, and preferably one of its heads too. The deck is lying in my loft, packed in bubble-wrap, hoping for some day when I'll have the money to get it repaired. (I've gotten it checked by two excellent technicians in Bombay, both of whom are well versed with Nak decks.)
I would not have believed how good a 3-head Nak can be, till I heard the ZX-9. IMHO, the Dragon has more "glamour" but may be harder to maintain, thanks to its auto-reverse and auto-azimuth-tuning mechanisms.
I still have probably 300 cassettes lying with me. Some are albums never published on CD, including rare Indian classical ones.
I haven't been in touch with him for many years, but his name is Naren Halankar.Hi.
Would you be able to direct me to the technician in Mumbai. I have a dragon that needs fixing.