Question about Video Cameras
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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Chrome tape 40-15000Hz (±3dB)
Normal tape 40-14000Hz (±3dB)
Chrome tape 40-8000Hz (±3dB)
Normal tape 40-8000Hz (±3dB)
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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