Question about Sony M529V Single Dual Cassette Deck
I am looking for a player for old microcassettes that are 2 7/16 long" by
1 1/2 wide " by 6/16" thick. The cassette records for 15 min on each side. Do you know where I can get one? The cassettes are from the 1980s. Thanks Peter
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: car cassette player
yes the rubber rollers inside your unit have become hard,,and they are slipping, and the unit detects this,, u can purchase a product called re-grip [ for rubber products and it treats the rubber in such a way to make it soft and pliable again ] the product is sold by mcm electronics and can be found online,,, treat the surfaces of the rubber rollers in your unit and it should preform to original specs....any further help please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org...i hope this helps you
Posted on Jul 12, 2007
SOURCE: the speed of the recorder
Difference between 4cm and 1.2 cm speed is just like SP and LP speed in VCR etc. 1.2 cm speed selection will give you more recording time on same cassette.
VOR stand for Voice Operated Recording, if you enable this vor option, tape starts recording only at that time when sense any voice and will remain Pause if there is silence.
This option will also give you more recording time at same cassette by skipping empty space.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
Are both sides not staying shut? If it's only one side, look to see if the latch is broken. You should see an arm move when you press down the eject button - while the door is open, press the eject button and see where the arm moves. You should see a hook that catches the door and keeps it closed. It could be broken, or just jammed. Look at the other side of the deck and see it it looks like it's working the same. Unjam the latch arm if it's stuck, or replace it if it's broken.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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