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Sony SLV-N750 sound problem

When ever i put in a tape recorded in hi-fi the sound is fine. But when i put in an older tape that was not originally recorded in hi-fi there is barley any sound. It basically sounds like sound in slow motion.

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Re: sony SLV-N750 sound problem

Befor i give u answer of this Q.i m gona ask u some think to make sure u regulur tape is orignal recoding from company is not that means u recrder vcr out of alighnment on audio head chack that ....and hi fi system very sensetive about it,s audio head alighment ....or might u notice movie runs slow some time or fast ......if that kind problem u can't do much about it only u can do use the orignal record tape or alighment a audio head ...good luk...oh yaa clean head first ..

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Looks like a great brand with good features for the price.
  1. Connect Video & Audio Cables to a video signal source
  2. Connect Power Cable
  3. Turn on VCR.
  4. Insert a blank tape in the VCR.
  5. Note - A Broken Tab on the back of tape will prevent recording. This is called Write Protection.
  6. Cover the tab hole if you want to record over old video.
  7. Press RECORD on the VCR remote control.
  8. After a minute, press Stop, then PLAY to see recording.
  9. Cheers

Aug 18, 2014 | Sony SLV-N750 VHS/S-VHS playback VCR

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Vcr doesn't record sound. Though it plays back

Needs cleaning. You can either use headcleaner cassette ( not always effective ( If you can find the type with micro-filament brushes they're more expensive but far more effective and last forever ) ) ; or alternatively do it manually ( sometimes neccesary ) ; unplug unit, remove the cover and clean all the surfaces that the tape comes into contact with ( using Q-tips and head cleaning fluid ( most effective ( when done thoroughly ( have to keep at it until absolutely no trace of black carbon comes off on Q-tip ) ) ) .

Oct 15, 2009 | Sony SLV-N750 VHS/S-VHS playback VCR

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Sony VCR ''Eats the Tape'' Model SLV-N750. It plays and records but doesn't release tape. It does not repond after I try to run forward or back and does not advance on ''Play'' but shuts off. Is there any...

If this unit is 4-7 years old then TOSS it. As time goes by the rubber gets soft and the units timing gets whacked. Repair will be more than what it's worth , unless your emotionally attached to it ...

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Mar 13, 2009 | Sony SLV-N750 VHS/S-VHS playback VCR

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Tape hanging up and will not record.

There is a threading arm that has gummed up inside the unit. I suspect that the tape is not being loaded correctly. This is a common problem with the Sony units and requires the removal of that loading arm to remove gummed up grease. Once that is completed, the unit will function correctly. Please note that the height of this swing arm is critical to the correct loading of the tape. I would not suggest you attempt this repair because the tape height adjustment needs to be exact. A local shop should be able to resolve this for you with NO parts required.


Mar 11, 2009 | Sony SLV-N750 VHS/S-VHS playback VCR

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SLV-N750 compatibility with DTV signal

As long as your cable company converter box is feeding your VCR, you should be ok. The cable box should convert to analog which is what your VCR records.

Jan 19, 2009 | Sony SLV-N750 VHS/S-VHS playback VCR

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Sony slv 715ub no stereo sound on tape playback

Hi, i have a Panasonic dmr-es30veb DVD ram recorder/VCR and i cant record one channel while watching another, as you can tell i am not at all technically minded and if you can help i would be grateful many thanks Eileen.

May 13, 2008 | Sony SLV-N750 VHS/S-VHS playback VCR

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I have a Sony SLV-EZ717

It sounds like the taped program was recorded on a different speed. The other VCR that you are playing the taped program may not have the speed needed to play it correctly.
Next time when you record a program try to make sure you use a speed that will be compatible on both VCRs.
For example a tape that last 120 minutes, using the different speeds will give the following recording times.
SP means "Standard Play" >>>> 2 hours
LP means " Long Play" >>>>> 4 hours
ELP means " Extra Long Play" 8 hours

Older VCRs have all the 3 speeds but newer ones only have SP and ELP.
Hope this helps.

Jan 25, 2008 | Sony SLV-N750 VHS/S-VHS playback VCR

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VCR won't take tape

Is it ejecting the tape when you set up for timed record, or any record mode for that matter? If so, check for the presence of the record lockout tab in the tape. If tab is there, machine should accept it. If machine ejects tape with the tab present, then the sensor which detects tab present or absent is probably afoul. this sensor is often a small switch. This tab, by the way, is on the backside of the tape, on the left, looking at the tape from the back.

Apr 14, 2007 | Sony SLV-N750 VHS/S-VHS playback VCR

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