Changing the Recording Speed without manual or remote
I just want to know how to change the recording speed from SP without a remote. I do not have the remote or the manual. I bought it used and cannot figure out how to change the speeds. Also after playing a tape and the tape stops, the sound is really static. Any help would be greatly appreciated. How do I fix the sound problem and how do I change the recording speed.
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Are you asking how to change the record speed to extended play? This is usually given as a choice when programming a recording. You use your remote to scroll through various options on the input screen and you should find that you can choose between sp/ep/lp (standard, extended and long play)
If you have the remote that came with the recorder,there should be a speed button on the remote for changing.All of them do.If that button is not on there,maybe it is not an option anymore.It could be labeled SP or something like that.If you do not see either one,you will have to either play with the buttons during a practice recording,or contact Toshiba to find out.Anyhow with our recorder,when we do record at lower speeds,it comes out pretty bad.The picture jumps like in the old days when you had to vertical adjust.I searched the internet and Toshiba's website and could not even find your model there on a search for a manual.If you run out of options/ideas,you can at least call them to find out.Here is the link.Good luck!Greg http://www.toshiba.com/tai/support_consumer.jsp
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it will automatically play at the speed the tape was recorded at. but if you want to change record speeds here's how: you should be able to access menu functions from the front of the vcr, if so, put a tape to be recorded into the unit and then set the timer for a couple of minutes.while you are on the timer menu it will ask you for recording speed. set the timer record speed to ep and let it record for two minutes and let it record for the full time untill it stops recording. the record speed will automatically change settings to whatever you used last on timer record.
I am sorry to have to tell you this, but the only way to change the recording speed is with an original remote. If you look on the original replacement remote link I posted here you will see the SP/EP selector, this is to change the recording speed. Good Luck. http://www.remotes.com/remotes/servlet/rs?a=gmi&smodel=DS13TVR90&brand_pn=FISHER_DS13TVR90&mode=large&uid=11755283300930