Hey all, So - while I recently picked up a nice single deck (and already have my eyes on a few other models ), I've still been curious - are there any dual cassette decks that are worth owning? The general wisdom I've beem given is that single decks are the way to go for optimum sound/build quality, but here's the caveat - I wouldn't be using a dual deck for playback - it would be used for making copies of my own music. I'd be producing in small enough quantities that it might not be a bad idea to do such versus using duplication service (I'm still doing my homework on the matter!). I see a dual deck as more practical for such use, for being able to make 2 copies at once, as well as the ability to speed up the process with double-speed (and more consistency between copies by using the same machine), but I'm curious how much of a punishment in sound quality this creates versus a pro duplication line? (Where AFAIK, the recording on a production line can be sped up as much as 8x speed or more for making copies very quickly, at the expense of sound quality). Just kind of curious about this. The DIY aspect is very appealing to me, but I realize it might be best to just use a service too - just curious if any dual decks out there were good for such a use. Thanks!