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The recording fades after a few months . I can hardly hear.

I use Maxell microcassette to record my lesson. The result was fine at first. But after a few months I found the volume diminished and I can hardly hear it.

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Ok
1.you handle micro cassetes safly (foraway from havey magnets and speakers.)
2. before recording your lession (clean your tape R/P head for remoeing dusts and all)
3.if not ok replace your tape R/P head witrh new one.

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

  • ok
    1.you handle micro cassetes safly (foraway from havey magnets and speakers.)
    2. before recording your lession (clean your tape R/P head for remoeing dusts and all)
    3.if not ok replace your tape R/P head witrh new one.

  • 1.before recording your lession (clean your tape R/P head for remoeing dusts and all)


    2.if not ok replace your tape R/P head witrh new one.

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