J-Corder

Custom Reel to Reel Tape Decks

J-Corder is a blend of the talents and passion of Jeff Jacobs. Jeff has a talent for bringing the things back to life and a passion for music.


With over 40 year's experience in audio sales and service, Jeff knows the business. He has been an authorized dealer and service technician for Technics, Sony, Pioneer, Marantz, Bang and Olufsen and other major manufacturers from the 1970s, 80s and 90s.

Jeff's love of restoration began with vintage automobiles. He can dismantle a 1958 Bonneville, taking it to the bare metal frame and a pile of parts before reassembly. He often brought his award winning cars back to a condition that was better than when they were new.

Now Jeff gives that same level of attention to vintage audio. The sound provided by an analog tape machine is rich and smooth. The Technics Reel to Reels were ruggedly built, which makes these machines a great choice for restoration.

Jeff's work is more than just beautiful cosmetics. He makes internal modifications to improve both the record and the playback mechanisms, electronics and circuitry. J-Corder offers a tape deck that out performs the original specifications of the original Technics. Each unit is bench tested for quality control and all of them come with a 12 month warranty.

J-Corder tape decks are assembled by hand and can be customized to your exact wishes. Using materials such as carbon fiber, automotive quality paint, specialty woods, gems and precious metals allows us to provide a custom deck that fits perfectly your sound system and design sensibility.

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J-Corder offers Hi-Fidelity,
Hi-Performance and Hi-Style
We are honored to share a great review from Nick Doshi, founder of Doshi Audio. Find out what he has to say about our tape decks on our "J-Corder Makes the News" page.










Jeff Jacobs
ca. 2010