Question about Tascam DR-1 MP3 Player
I recently bought the dr-1. I'm trying to get a good recording but it comes out sounding like its running through a phase shifter. What can i do?
There is a "PB Control" button. I had the same problem. You've inadvertently told it to change the speed or something on playback. Make sure that none of the indicators at the top of the screen are active (i.e., white letters on black background). Press the PB Control button to toggle it on/off. Also, any files transferred to a computer will not be affected.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
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