Spare parts for TEAC and Tascam recorders
Cart 0

Ninjas chat

Inbound in a week or so Fostex Tascam Rack ears rails

These are not ready to be shipped yet and currently are in the paint shop Reel to Reels look way cool in a Rack so on odd occasions I come across a unit that is going to be parted out, I have saved these rails till I had a few then have had some copies bent up to suit standard rack units. Made from Aluminium angle and CNC cut notches then sanded, primed and painted in a matt type finish The ones in the shop now and will be available in the next weeks Fostex R8 Tascam 22-2 22-4 More...

Read more →


MSR16 MSR24 reel broken reel table bushes

I had an MSR-24 in to break but my lad managed to break the rear bus in taking them off, but i have just had a customer with same problem, it seems these bushes suffer from the same fatigue as the TSR-8 ones in that they warp a little and its impossible to get them off As a solution you can use the A3440 ones and cut them down at the back they are a perfect fit    

Read more →


Teac EM1449 EM1446 EM1540 PCB 51675661 motors and general INFORMATION CCW CW

I  am writing this more for my information and its a bit of a work in progress here. Teac used a few motors over the years mostly i cannot see any difference just in some of the bigger machines they seem a bit meatier as draw more current but not that much, I was not sure if they can be swapped around as I do not have the manuals here.   There seems to be 3 different Pcbs at least from what I can see and I am unsure of the pinouts so I have listed them here, some use...

Read more →


Tascam 38 for sure 32 34 probably and others push button replacement

I have seen lots of machines with a missing/broken button They are very easy to replace Get the front panel off and take of the whole pcb 5 llittle screws then you can get out the push button bank. There is a rod at the back with a very tiny almost you would miss it circlip in the middle, get that off an rod slides out, add the new button in and slide it back re- insert the clip and put all back together Here are some photos to help Before After job done  

Read more →


Tascam 34 pcb 52100748-02 and Tascam 38

Here i found something odd both of these Tascams have exactly the same board number, even the revision but they are not the same, it may well be one or the other match up with a Tascam 32, it maybe that the boards all work anyway as I have yet to try but the 34 has a different board Here you see the 34 board at the bottom    

Read more →