Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have only found reference to this appliance on eBay,but none to the manual.It has a light that goes on when powered.
The manuals don't have many things to tell. Just move the magnetiser to the head you want to demagnetise. Touch it once and then slowly move the demagnetiser away from the head. If it is far enough (more than 30 centimetre or one foot away, you can switch the demagnetiser of. that is all. Some demagnetisers work on AC, others do have a battery and make the changing magnetic field inside. I could not find the 231X, but to check if it makes a changing magnetic field you could hold it to something made of steel or iron when switching it on. You should feel some vibration. Could be 50 Hz or the ones with batteries have a higher frequency, but could be noticed.
Don't expect wonders from the demagnetiser. With the older tape heads, sound could improve after demagnetising the head, but the later models never kept remnant magnetism.
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