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Cue Card - Various - Why Does It Have To Sound Like Shit? (Cassette)

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  1. May 31,  · Audio cassette recording: How to record on audio cassette tape from tv: Transfer audio cassette to cd: I Have an Onkyo TX-NR Receiver that I want to connect to a Denon DNR dual cassette deck. I am not sure where to connect: I have a Pioneer VSX-D receiver and a Kenwood W Cassette Player and when i connect the two using the rj
  2. Apr 22,  · Change tape player- same thing, so it seems not to be the machines. Then it sounds like a screw-up during the recording, to me. (One easy-to-imagine scenario has the story-reader speaking into a battery-powered recorder, with the batteries running down, slowing the motor.
  3. Jan 30,  · Amongst these a/c units, cassette a/c are among the best as they can be installed in a number of different settings, like residential apartments and even office buildings.
  4. Warbled sound. If the music coming from the speakers sound like it’s warbling then it means that either your tape deck head or the belts are either stretched, dirty and/or slipping. Magnetic tape goes out of its cassette. The problem may be either a broken belt or your .
  5. Feb 16,  · I have a trunk of old original music cassette tapes from the 80's which I have been going though and dumping music into the computer. Half of this work is just to get the music into a more stable format. The other half is so I don't have to worry about these silly tapes anymore. I have 3 or four tapes that just won't function.
  6. Sep 08,  · Contrary to all the previous answers - yes, I do use cassette tapes! I'm a teenager (rapidly approaching 17) and I definitely prefer cassettes to CDs or even MP3 players. “But why?!” I hear you ask. For starters, who can resist that lovely, warm c.
  7. they can disintegrate due to physical wear, just like a record. and the thin tape can be less robust than a record, for sure. but i have tapes from that still sound great. the only real thing you have to worry about is physical damage to the tape, or a magnetic force reorienting the magnetic particles that create the analog waveform transcribed to the tape. it's not just going to fade.
  8. Two possible reasons: 1. The unit may need a good cleaning. 2. There may be a belt that needs replacing inside of the unit. You could get a cleaning cassette and run it in your cassette player. Something like this: - Toyota Camry.
  9. Dec 14,  · Also, if possible, I would like to use free trial software, as I don't have the money (or the need, really) to pay for a full featured program. Any suggestions would be helpful, thanks. DriverGuru.

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