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Audio Problems The sound fades in and out when playing cassettes,

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Play the cassette in another player. you might have to change your setting on the player. you can also try a cassette cleaner/demagnatizer to clean the cassette. also try the sony webstie for answers

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I have a JVC KD-95 Cassette Deck. My left speaker Comes and goes lots of crackling. When I turn off the deck it crackles loudly then fades. my speakers work fine when using cd, radio etc.


Probably it's the playing head; must be damaged or worned out.. Accept fact; cassette players are outdated. make a listing of your favorite music and stat finding them on line.
By the way, even youtube rips are better quallity then thos cassette recors.

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Sound stopped


Please check to see if the tape is running. It is possible that the tape was running dry and created the sqeak with a static noise over the head. the belt would have failed then and stopped the tape movement. hence without the transport your song is not played. So please check this out. Otherwise it is important to clean the head and check if your amplifier is working. test for voltage and audio tone. if not confirmif the audio amp is faulty and replace. Hope this helps. Good day

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Tape sound fades out as tape plays.


Hello I can be two possible problem your unit has a bad head or it needs a new pinch roller you can send your unit to service at Send an email to service@tvps.com or call (800) 644-9525. Please indicate model, serial and detailed description of problem or you may get a spare is on sale and is complete you end having extra parts and the unit has warranty http://www.tvps.com/Products/SONY-BM-850T-Micro-Cassette-Transcriber---Pre-Owned__SO-P-BM-850-T.aspx

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I have a lot of music on tape cassettes


You will need three things.
1. Cassette player with a mini headphone jack
2. cable with male mini jack at each end. (usually can find at a dollar store.)
3. Audacity (Open Source audio program)

Hook up the cable to your cassette and to the line in on your sound card. Turn volume on cassette player to 3/4 or so.
Download and install Audacity. Press play on the cassette player, press the record button in Audacity. When done press stop, and under the File menu you can Export to an MP3. You can read the Audacity help menu for more options on copying and pasting to create a new file for each track, and for fading in and fading out to get a smoother start and finish to each track.

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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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Sony TRV510-playback, audio choppy, image isn't clear


I was having the exact same problems, and I read a post on this website somewhere recommending that I just record a few seconds of video on a blank portion of tape and then the camera should start playing video normally again.

I tried it, and IT WORKED!!

Jul 15, 2008 | Sony Handycam DCR-TRV510 Digital Camcorder

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URGENT HELP cassette player problem, please reply


I HAD EXACTLY THE SAME PROBLEM ALL I DID WAS TAKE APART MOVED ALL WHEELS AND COGS IN SIDE AND JUST BLEW OUT ANY DUST CLIPPED BACK TOGETHER AND WORKED FINE PLAYS GREAT HENCE WHY IM LISTING IT ON EBAY.HOPE YOU HAVE SUCCESS

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