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Is there a tracking button I cant see ?? I can record but when I8 play back it looks like bad tracking

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I don't know your model but it is really rare to have a trcking control or a camcorder now days. Try cleaning or having your video heads cleaned. ledstiles@hotmail.com

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Have a Toshiba RDXV60KB. Will play some prerecorded vhs vids but not others. It's as is the tracking is out. Can I manually adjust the tracking or is it back to the repairers.


Many if the unit has a vol or channel buttons those will when in play become manual tracking adjustments, it depends if they are there or not.

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You've recorded a track. You hit Stop. You want to capture more of the conversation in the room, so you FORGET to hit New Track, and instead push the record button. Which resets the already-recorded...


Yes, it's gone.

This is the one glaring fault with the 9600, if you select a previously-recorded track, and hit 'record', and then 'play', there's no failsafe, or 'are you sure?' prompt to remind you that there's already content within that track.

If you select the track, and ONLY hit 'record', putting the machine into record standby, but don't hit 'play' to start recording, your previous content is saved when you hit 'stop' - record standby doesn't overwrite anything.

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Hi On my Pansonic DMR-EZ49V, I get distortion along the bottom of the screen when playing back vhs tapes that have been recorded on an older machine, I have adjusted the tracking but it has made no...


This is a real bad problem to solve. Unless your new video has been set up badly, there's little you can do. You see it's like this either your old machine was set up badly or your new one was! To get your new one to play back the old ones would require the aligniment to be reset to the old machine settings. However when you put a new machine previous recording in - that would now badly track. A new recording (made after the adjustment) played back would be ok though.
The only way you can tell if the new machine is set up right is by putting in a commercial film video tape. If that tracks badly it has been set up wrong.
I can say this however Panasonic VCR's have a reputation of being set up well and good at tracking videos. So if it can't track the old video tape it might be well out of alignment, especially if it is not a Pansonic model.
If the old machine is still working, it would be best to play it back and re-record with the new machine.
Otherwise you would have to carry out an alignment - play back the tape and re-align back to the correct setting.

Sep 03, 2010 | Panasonic NV-FJ620 VHS/S-VHS playback VCR

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Tascam cd-rw750 - while recording from another CD player (using digital coax connection), machine records for some time and then just "jumps out of record mode" and goes back to the beginning like nothing...


1. First problem: "like nothing is recorded". IS something recorded or has it been left in Pause Mode so long (instead of Recording) that it just got impatient and time out?

2. Get yourself a couple of CD-RW Digital Audio discs to play with until you're past this learning curve/problem scenario. That way you can always erase them and start over without having to discard the disc.

3. Dropouts on playback. Are they repeatable - always at the same place, even on different CD players? If so, the data is bad on the disc. If not, the data is probably marginal.

4. If you have a DVD player, try to play the failed recordings in it. Some DVD players can play back unfinalized CDR's. You may be able to recover the data by copying it back to the CD Recorder from the DVD player. Just be advised that an unfinalized CD-RW may not have 'silence' following the last recorded track due to old data remaining from a previous session, so be ready to pause or stop the recorder when the last track finishes.

5. "Scratches near the outside of the CD". Were these NOT present prior to entering the CD Recorder? Do they seem to coincide with about where the recording may have failed?

6. 20 vs 19 tracks: Is this a constant problem or only when there is a failure during CD creation? If the latter, it would make sense as the last track in isn't technically completed.

Apr 09, 2010 | Tascam CD-RW750 CD Recorder

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Recording multiple tracks at the same time.


Yes you certainly can record the 8 inputs onto 8 tracks simultaneously. You will need to make sure you are assigning each input to each track individually by first pressing the input button for an input and then pressing the select button for a track. Do this for each input/track and then make sure all of the 8 tracks you want to record to are armed for recording (the red rec buttons above each should be lit) before pressing record and play together.

You might want to insure that no tracks are linked (you can see this by pressing an input and observing which tracks have their 'select' button flashing). If 2 adjacent ones are flashing for the same input simply unassign one of them by pressing the 'select' button above that track. Then you'll be free to assign the next input to that track as above.

Best of luck.

bd.

May 19, 2009 | Tascam 2488 Portastudio Multitrack...

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Having problems recording and playing back tascam dc-02 cf


I'm assuming you are plugging the left and right outputs from the karaoke machine into input A and B of the Tascam to record the stereo output of the Karioke. The Tascam works with mono only (you recreate the stereo mix at mixdown or when bouncing mono tracks together with the panning set). Therefore you should be assigning inputs A and B separately. You could press assign A and then the record button above track 1 and then press assign B and the record button above track 2. Then arm tracks 1 and 2 (by pressing record above each). When you then press play and record together you'll record input A onto track 1 and input B onto track 2.

Hope this helps.

bd.

Mar 25, 2009 | Tascam 2488 Portastudio Multitrack...

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Machine appears to record per instruction manual but will not play anything back and the instruction manual includes NOTHING on playback except to hit STOP when we're through recording, back up to the...


it appears to be recording but is it really?
when you are recording there are two levels you should see moving up and down on the screen. the input volume and the recording volume per track. dont forget to arm the track. tascam has a silly way to arm the track on some of there unit. its combination of buttons. something like hold down the record button and press the track arm button then release both. when youre ready to record press play.

Feb 22, 2009 | Tascam DP01 All-In-One Recording Package...

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Just bought a DP-02 w/40gb hard drive


Hi,

You'll first need to find some aux audio out jacks on your karaoke machine. You might need an adapter, but the basic idea will be to connect the aux out from the karaoke machine to an input on your Tascam DP-02.

Then on the DP-02 you need to assign whatever input your plugged into to one of the 8 tracks. Let's say you're using the left input (input A) and want to put the karaoke music on track 1. You'll press the 'Assign A' button on the DP-02 and while holding it then press the 'Rec' button of track 1. The 'Rec' button will flash rapidly to show its been assigned. (for reference: assigning an input is better described on page 23 of the manual). Then you'll want to arm track 1 to record. Press the 'rec' button for track 1 and it will start to flash slowly to show it has been armed for recording. Now you are ready to start recording. On the DP-02 press the large round play and record buttons on the lower right together to start recording and start your karioke machine playing. When the song is done press stop on the DP-02.

Now to record your vocals you'll need your mic to be plugged in (lets' say it's in input B). You'll need to assign this input to a free track (track 2). Press the 'Assign B' button and while holding it press the 'Rec' button for track 2 (rec button will flash rapidly). Then you'll want to un-arm track 1 and arm track 2 for recording. To do this press the 'rec' button for track 1 so that the light goes off and then press the 'rec' button for track 2 so that it flashes slowly.

So now when you press play and record together to record, you'll hear track 1 playing (the karaoke track you recorded earlier) and you'll be recording vox on track 2. Of course you'll also be recording whatever you hear in the room onto track 2 along with your singing, so in order to get a clean recording there (prevent bleed) you'll want to plug some headphones into the DP-02 and listen to those as you record.

That's pretty much all there is to it. Some variations if you wish to record the karioke in stereo vs mono (I gave you the instructions for mono here), and you may need to turn on phantom power if you have a non-powered mic, but the idea is basically the same.

Hope this helps.

Good luck.

bd.

Oct 24, 2008 | Tascam DP01 All-In-One Recording Package...

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Click track


Two things to check.

First in the synch/midi screen make sure the 'mode' option is set properly. The options are REC and REC/PLAY. This tells the metronome (click) when to sound, either just while recording or both when recording and playing back.

The only other thing I can think of would be to make sure that in your monitor selection that the mute button is not pressed. Pressing the 'mute' button does not mute the headphones, just the monitor output.

Best of luck.

Cheers.
BD

Apr 16, 2008 | Tascam 2488 Portastudio Multitrack...

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Cant play songs previously recorded to harddrive


try this:-
hold down shift button and right click on any music and go to "open with" and select windows media player to play with...cheers

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