Question about Sony SLV-N750 VHS/S-VHS playback VCR
My parents taped a program for my son. When we play it back on our vcr it seems to be in fast forward mode. The voices are like chipmunks and the vision is just black and white lines.
This has happened before. I do not know what to do to play it correctly
This model has long play. Try adjusting the track, there should be buttons on the front of the unit.
Posted on Nov 26, 2013
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.
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