MOMSR and Reel2ReelTexas.com have been preserving reel to reel tape recorder history since 1998. Please support our efforts to preserve vintage magnetic recording technology and this web site. Thank you!
NOTE: MOMSR is no longer a non-profit entity and donations are NOT tax deductible!
Tour our vintage reel to reel tape recorder and microphone collection!
While most content deals with the history and manufacturers of the reel to reel tape recorder, or tape deck, we cover many aspects of magnetic recording.
We offer a seven hour video set about our collection and the history of magnetic recording available at this link. You can purchase the seven hours of files via download.
ORDER THE VIDEO FILES ON LINE - was 14.95NOW only $9.95. There are 50 QuickTime H264 854 X 480 files in this download. Play on MAC OS or WinMediaPlayer.
You may also purchase individual videos of several major manufacturers at this link.
We provide 48 hours during which to download the files. After that the file access will expire. Once the files are downloaded they are yours to keep personally. The videos may NOT be re-distributed, posted on line, nor re-sold. If you have a problem downloading the files, please let us know.
The non-profit Museum of Magnetic Sound Recording established in 2012 to create a permanent public museum was dissolved December 31, 2017 due to lack of funding. This collection has now reverted back to a private collection which retained the name Museum of Magnetic Sound Recording and belongs to the Theophilus family who began the collection in 1999. All but a few of the reel tape recorders, microphones and memorabilia in this collection were originally purchased by the Theophilus family. When the non-profit Museum of Magnetic Sound Recording dissolved, the Theophilus family purchased (at FMV) several of the tape recorders that were donated to the non-profit. These were units that we wanted to preserve.