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Putting a CD player into a car is not as easy as some people think. The first piece of advice I give to people is to contact Crutchfield and get the proper help- adapter cables and instructions to do the job before plunging into the blind. I have installed many car units and serviced them too for a number of years. There are harnesses to be had depending on the unit you are using and you need to know where all those wires go and when you can't just hook them up any old way. Some cars have common grounded speakers through the chassis- most car amps do not like this at all they need two wires going to each speaker isolated from the cars ground system.
Hi, the casette deck has a mechanical system (servo-driver) most of the problems that happen when in your case, plays song so fast is that you look at the pinch roller. The pinch roller is a rubberized free spinning wheel typically used to press magnetic tape against a capstan shaft in order to create friction necessary to drive the tape along the magnetic heads with a normal tape speed if the pinch roller brakes, get lost from his place or got dirty then you get this fast sounds play, check the pinch roller if still good in his place or clean his rubber with alcohol, then the problem should be fixed.
do you remember how your connection was before the RR tape deck? if so connect it back that same exact (when every thing was recording / playing) way as before....(you also need to purchase 4 gold tip "y" connector jacks (2 RCA female to 1 RCA male)) ... in / out jacks you just plug the cassette deck will be shared with the RR tape deck...just note you will not be able to record from cassette to RR tape or vice versa...but you will be record from all other sources... feel free to rate the help
should be able to go directly from tape out of cass deck to input of your koss, as long it has line level inputs (which it should). from there its play on the tape and record on the cd rcrdr. seems the simplest solution
Put your "blank" in the deck with the record button, normally red button and press rec/play and pause at the same time, put your "origional" in the other deck and press play and pause at the same time, then un-pause both at the same time. Make sure that the hifi is set to tape as if you record tape to tape when listening to radio foe example, you will get a strange "mix tape" of your origional and the radio.
Connect it as any other analog cassette deck, to the Tape In and Tape Out to provide monitoring of the recprding. If you have the right types of digital connectors and cables you can use them, too, for digital sources but you maye have to still Monitor recordings via analog or else you may disconnect the desired input.
Details about your receiver would allow me to be mor specific.
You need to use an audio CDr, data or computer CDr's will not work in this machine. I don't know this specific machine, but usually you select the input, then 'rec type' eg manual,1 track or 1 disc,then press record to get into record pause,start your source,then press play on the unit to start recording. To finalize, you press finalize then either the play or rec button to start the finalize process.