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RCA 4362 REC button won't work. Any reason why? All I get is "Tape" flashing

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Simply stated: TheEQoes onto a Tape Loop of the receiver. Outs to Ins but keeping in mind the EQ's own Tape Out's and In's are for any tape recorder attached to IT. Loops withn loops.

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SOURCE: RCA 4362 button will not work I dnt know what going on. Everything else works. The mic is still good. But when I put the tape in all I see is "Tape" and when I press the REC button nothing at all.

This was manufactured in 1999 - this makes it at least 17 years old. If I were you, I would wish it a happy retirement, and replace it with a more up-to-date camcorder with better optics, a digital image capture system, and which is far lighter in weight and more portable.

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RCA 4362 button will not work I dnt know what going on. Everything else works. The mic is still good. But when I put the tape in all I see is "Tape" and when I press the REC button nothing at all.


This was manufactured in 1999 - this makes it at least 17 years old. If I were you, I would wish it a happy retirement, and replace it with a more up-to-date camcorder with better optics, a digital image capture system, and which is far lighter in weight and more portable.

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Where is pre out im having trouble hooking up amp and eq


You have to use the TAPE 2 (or monitor) on the receiver. It will take two sets of RCA cables. Both the receiver and the EQ will have an input and an output.

  • Run the output/REC (from TAPE 2) to the input on the EQ.
  • Then, run the input from the receiver (TAPE 2 again) to the output on the EQ.
The EQ will have another 2 sets of RCA jacks to hook up a second tape deck (because you used the jacks on the receiver for the EQ). You don't have to hook anything to these if you don't want to, or don't have a second tape deck.

The receiver will have a monitor button, which most of the time is labeled as TAPE 2/MONITOR. Select whatever input you want to use (CD, Tuner, Aux, etc.), then press the MONITOR/TAPE 2 button. When that is on, the EQ will be in the audio chain - you'll be able to use the EQ to adjust the sound. If you turn the MONITOR off it will take the EQ out of the audio chain - the EQ settings won't affect the sound.

Keep in mind, the EQ will also have a button to select the TAPE 2 input. If you have a second tape deck hooked up to the EQ, this is how to use it. Make sure that the tape input is off on the EQ, if you aren't listening to that second tape deck.

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I have a Fisher stereo.The amp is a ca871 the eq is a ca871 the casset deck is a crw870. How do I connect these components up.


The amp has tape rc out and pb. The eq has line in, line out, tape rec out, tape pb. The casset deck has line in,line out.

Ok, hook the amps RC OUT to the eq's LINE IN.
amps RC Pb to the eq's LINE OUT.
The tape's LINE OUT to the eqs TAPE PB
the tapes LINE IN to the EQs TAPE REC OUT.


on the eq, there should be a button to toggle between tape and source.


let me know if that works.

Jul 01, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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MY AMP SU-Z600 AS RCA JACKS tape rec out extplayback & the EQ has tape rec out /playback how do they interconnect


Simply stated: TheEQoes onto a Tape Loop of the receiver. Outs to Ins but keeping in mind the EQ's own Tape Out's and In's are for any tape recorder attached to IT. Loops withn loops.

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I have a TEAC W-450R Stereo Double Reverse Cassette Deck. For some reason, the REC/PLAY II side will not operate. It has not for some time. In fact, that is why I believe I mothballed it some years ago....


I have not seen those to a large extent due to their value not being worth a repair. I did work on them at Teac though. The capstan motor of the right side deck sound like it is burned out. I have some motors here so it is just a matter of if you want me to work on it or not. I get a lot of units in all the time- I am Skywave Tape Deck Repair in Chicago area.

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When i put a tape in it ejects it..then a tape with a slash appears on the screen


you are prohibited from recording on thips tape. This is because the red tab on the side of the tape that faces you when you are inserting the tape inside the camera has been put in 'SAVE' position . to be able to record o the tape you need to use your fingernail to slide the red tab to the 'REC' position.

Ive extracted the following article for you from wilkepedia to help you understand this issue:
Tape and recording protection
250px-8mm_cassette_erase_tab.jpg magnify-clip.pngThe write-protect switch (right) prevents accidental erasure. .
To prevent the recording on the tape from being erased, there is a small write-protect tab that can be moved to one of two positions, labeled "REC" and "SAVE". Comparing the sliding tab to a door, the tape is in the "REC" position is when the "door" is open and the "SAVE" position when it is closed. (Not all tape cases have markings for this information!) The tape can only be recorded on (or recorded over) when this tab is in the "REC" position. This is an improved version of the VHS write-protect tab, which prevents erasure after it has been (permanently) broken off.

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Can't figure out where to plug in the transmitter


if the unit your tring to connect has RCA style plugs you can plug them in to the tape REC out connections on the back of the reciever.
Once you turn the reciever on an select your source it will out put on the tape REC out which in turn sends signal to the wireless device.
if the unit your tring to connect has a 1/8" or 1/4" plug you have to convert to RCA or plug into the 1/4" headphone conncetion on the front of the unit

Jul 01, 2009 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Need to record from turntables to cassette deck.


Bypass the reciever. Just mixer to tape deck. You will get a better recording anyways!

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