} > } > The Exabyte 8200's are cheap,
} > }
} > } I'd consider them relatively expensive. DDS drives are much cheaper
} > } in Europe. The 8200 is also pretty old now.
} > They are fairly inexpensive some places.
} Yes. Buy several, so you have a set of spare parts.
There are a dozen or more places that repair and refurbish them, mostly
because they were the `only game in town' for so long in the `high
Yup. Most of these are 'fixed-price' repairs in the $200-300 bracket.
I used to do contract work for a shop that fixed these, back when they
were hot stuff.
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