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Runs fast, only 5 hrs recorded on 8 hr tape. Any speed setting

SRC 800 runs fast. Only recording 5 hrs on a 8 hr tape. Is there a setting, if so where is it locared. Thank you

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Check that you have the right type of tape, SRC-800's should record 8HRS with a T-160 tape.

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