Hey everyone. I'm sure this has been brought up before but does anyone know what DAT decks don't have the "make one copy" write protect in them? DAT was the way things were heading in the late 80's. I couldn't wait 'til they came out to replace analog cassette decks. My Pioneer receiver I had just purchased in 1989 had a DAT button for it. And it never happened! Things were delayed and then they talked about being able to only make one copy. I heard the Japanese and Americans could never agree on anything and it died (SOOO ridiculous!).. except for in professional studios. I know George Martin used 'em! But some decks did get made and because of this fizzle DCC's and MD's came about in lower quality. They should never have happened! And then recordable CD's came about which was a miracle if they played on all CD players. Anyway, any recommendations for a DAT deck that can record copies infinitely before I start searching?