Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have a Teac V-770 cassette deck, and love its fidelity and functionality because of 3 heads. Lately though (and I haven't played it a whole lot in the last several years!) the playback has slowed down after several minutes such that by the end of a tape the speed is noticably slower, although no wow+flutter. Any suggestions on what I should go after first? Thanks, Brad Clark email@example.com
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Imagine what its response at, say, 30000Hz might be. That's what doubling the playback speed would demand from the head and electronics. It ain't hi-fi anymore.
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