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     Fees charged for a dubbed audio cassette or VHS Hi-Fi Track from the original 1/4" reel to reel master tape are determined on the basis of the scarcity of the program, sound quality, tape length and any special additional time and care required to process frail or "corrupted" audio because of improper storage (heat & moisture) or age.

     Exact fees are available for each tape found on our website and for the 50% of additional inventory in our archive not yet entered as data. Please contact us for the exact price of a specific program. All transactions should be via check, money order or cash and mailed to ARCHIVAL TELEVISION AUDIO, P.O. Box 88, Albertson, N.Y. 11507. Please allow 2 to 8 weeks for standard processing. If you are ordering a program which is determined frail, please allow an additional 4 weeks time for processing. Please add $5.00 for shipping, up to 6 tapes.

     You are always responsible for payment of the New York State sales tax, if applicable (8.625%). There are no shipping charges on orders over $150.00.

All sale requests for an ARCHIVAL TELEVISION AUDIO aircheck, which has never before been mastered from an original 1/4" reel to reel 30, 40, 50, 60, and 70 year old audiotape, will be sold at the full premium catalog value. It takes many hours (sometimes days) to locate and confirm the tape's broadcast preservation soundtrack condition, equalize, enhance and mix a duplicate submaster tape which will be used for future dubbing.

    *   A 20% discount will apply to all program requests, NOT ALREADY MASTERED, which are duplicated "UNATTENDED" from an original 1/4" first generation reel to reel audiotape (NO EQUALIZATION, NO DENOISING, NO EDITING OUT OF IMPERFECTIONS OR EXTRANEOUS CUTS). This dub will be created and sold as VHS HI-FI TRACKS (soundtrack picture). Pristine sound from this VHS tape can be played on any standard VHS tape player/recorder.

    The price of a specific broadcast can be obtained by contacting us first with the Catalog Number, Broadcast Title, and Date you desire. You will receive an immediate Email reply regarding the status of your request.

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