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Old 12-24-00, 04:23 AM
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Sorry if this has been asked before but I'm looking to buy a new one coz I'm sick of my Raite always getting fuct up with T2, Abyss, etc. Your help/advise/input/experiences on this matter would greatly be appreciated.

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Compared with Raite, just about anything is better in that respect. I don't know of any current make/model that has problems with seamless branching. You could always go Sony to be sure.
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no problems with my nearly 2 year old panasonic.

what's a "Raite"?

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