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Recording is to fast .

I have recorded a on cassette tape but has recorded at fast pace and sound is inaudable due to speed of tape. Can thsi be slowed down?

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Hi,

If it is a re recordable cassette, you can record again. But if not you cannot actualyy do anything about it.

Regards
Kanu....

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

  • kanu_guru Sep 09, 2009

    Hi,



    If it is a re recordable cassette, you can record again. But if not you cannot actualyy do anything about it.



    Regards

    Kanu....

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