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Making copies? I can't seem to make 1:1 copies of a tape or create samplers. Whenever I push record and play on the right player, the left player stops. It doesn't matter if I use Synchro Start or Auto Rec Mute, the left player always stops at the exact moment the right player starts recording. The solution is probably a simple one, but I'm at the end of my wits.

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Oh yes, on the TD-WE375 above the left deck also stops playing sound when the right deck is readied for recording.

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