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Need manual for Digitech Audio cassette Model GE4139

Want to record from cassette tape to USB Flash drive so I can then sort out music into files/gene etc.

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SOURCE: Sound Issues on Audio Book Cassette Tape

This might explain things...


WHAT HAPPENS TO CASSETTES THAT WON'T PLAY
By Margie Crawford

Cassettes can be damaged in a
number of ways. Besides just wearing
out, they can be broken, twisted,
stretched, stuck, demagnetized or
missing the pressure pad. Most of these
problems can be repaired except for
demagnetization which causes the
audio to fade in and out.
Cassettes can be demagnetized at the
self-check out terminals so do not
place them on the machine while
checking out other items. At home
do not place them on speakers or near
magnets. If the audio sounds backwards
or like a foreign language, it is twisted
and can be repaired.

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SOURCE: OLD AUDIO TAPE TRANSFER TO DVD FORMAT

May i please know the model and the make of the product in details so that it can help me resolving the issue is a more prompt manner

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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After running approx. 25 tapes the player stopped working


Hi Ian.

Judging by reviews on Amazon, you're not alone in having trouble with the cassette player, which has multiple people decrying the quality of the unit
Audio Recorder 3 0 Plus with Cassette Player

That said, if the player hasn't just had some sort of internal mechanical failure, I'd recommend opening it up and gently turning the tape capstains with your fingers to see if they'll move. Try turning the player on with the door open but no tape inside to see if anything even spins. If there's been a mechanical failure, you're likely out of luck - cassette tape decks these days are getting rarer. If you're lucky, perhaps a bit of tape or some other debris has jammed up one of the capstains. In that case, you may be able to clean it up and see if it works then. If you've gone through the tapes fairly quickly, I'd suggest just returning the unit (your credit card likely as not has warranty-extensions built in if it's close on the warranty).

There are other tape decks out there, with a wide range of price, and, likely, quality, with USB out to let you play tapes to your PC. You may be able to use other options from there to get your tapes transferred.
Amazon com cassette player with USB out Software

Hoping this helps. Happy Holidays
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Instruction Manual for model 2034


there is no manual,

Tape-2-MP3 Converter/Player
Convert your cassette tapes to Audio CD or MP3 files with 3 simple steps! Connect portable cassette player/converter to PC or Mac via USB cable. Transfer by Installing provided software and simply press "RECORD" while playing the tape. Create MP3 files from transferred audio to burn to CD or import to iTunes for use on your iPod device.
USB-to-Computer Recording
Convert from cassette to digital formats directly to your PC or Mac computer via USB cable and simple Audicity® software, both included.

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Download to mac computer


To make a USB audio the input sound device on the Mac follow these steps:

1. Click on Apple Menu
2. Choose "System Preferences"
3. Locate and open "Sound"
4. Click the "Input" tab
5. Choose the USB cassette player from available sources

You can use a range of programs to record the audio at this point including the latest version of Quicktime Player which has a recording feature.

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How do you record onto a tape from a CD?


I couldn't find the exact manual but the XL-HP505 may be close enough...

Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Sharp-XL-HP505-manual/id/285dj790/t/2/

Apr 27, 2011 | Sharp XL-HP500 CD Shelf System

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I CANT RECORD CASSETTES ONTO A FLASH DRIVE


You can't. Cassettes are analog and the USB only recognizes MP3. The USB will only record off a normal CD or a CD with MP3s on it. It won't record other formats. The unit only allows to record from CD to cassette or from CD to USB. There are some cassette decks that will convert to MP3. Just do a search for "cassette to MP3 converter"

Apr 20, 2011 | Sony LBT-ZUX9 Shelf System

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I have a cassette player on my stereo. I remember I used to record music FROM video tapes in the long past, but can I record a cassette to a blank dvd on my dvd recorder? I've tried one of those software...


you can, I have done with all my 80's tapes. You need to be prepared though, time wise of songs. After your ready, just need to connect the audio out from tape, to audio in, on dvd recorder.Everything is the same as movie, just no useing the video imput.

Mar 25, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Can I easily transfer data ie audio files from recorded music cassettes to the CD or USB with any of Sony cd/cassette player?


Cassettes don't contain 'files' or data.

The analog audio can be recorded to a CD.

For this specific model, it's all in the manual...

Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com

http://www.retrevo.com/support/RCA-RCD150-Boomboxes-manual/id/402ci674/t/2/

No usb on this one.

Feb 23, 2011 | RCA RCD150 Radio/Cassette/CD Boombox

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My Sony dual tape deck does not record in stereo anymore.


Oxide deposits on heads can restrict audio transfer to tape. You may need to do a deep cleaning of record head. Depending on how much deposits are on heads may need no more than alchohol and Q-tip. Be sure to clean erase head and drive roller. Afterwards, try recording, then use headphones in jack on recorder to check for recording on both channels. If this works, problem is not in rest of equipment set up. If you still need help, email me

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Whats the model Drive ?
and most of the time to transfer audio tapes or records to cd, Connect it to your line in in the computer, record the audio on the computer and then burn it to cd.

I know that wasnt what u asked but u didnt specify the drive you have so i just tossed the above in just incase ... regards

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