Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hi -- very low tech problem here. I am a journalist and tape-recorded an interview. When I flipped the mini-cassette tape over, I noticed the tape was gone -- it had come off and was completely on the other side. The tape was a Maxell. Do you think my tape recorder is defective, or was it a bad tape? I had no problems with subsequent tapes, then it happened again about a week later. The tape recorder is a Memorex MB2186A.
How old are the tapes? Unless the tape recorder doesn't shut off when it gets to the end of the tape, then I think the tape recorder is fine and it is probably just the tape.
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Posted on Mar 19, 2008
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