Have a box of old 78s you’d like transferred to CD because the ol’ gramophone conked out about five decades ago?
Maybe there’s a couple of dust-covered black discs sitting in a cabinet but no one has a clue as to what exotic disc player was ever used to produce sound from them? How about doing something with that crate of reel-to-reel tapes that seem to be shedding? Got carts but no cart machine?
Perhaps Summit Audio Services can be of help. Former radio broadcasters Jim Davison and Richard Ochs are proprietors of the Northfield, Ohio-based operation.
Along with a collection of working audio antiques that can be used to play many an extinct format, Summit also has a studio for recording radio programs and spots along with TV voice-over work. They also have audio duplication services.
Summit has done work for a range of clients from the prime minister of Japan to Norman N. Nite to Engelbert Humperdinck.
Contact the company in Ohio at (216) 832-9564 or e-mail email@example.com.