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How change tape speed? - Mitsubishi HS-U580 VHS VCR

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  • glbush Jun 02, 2010

    I've already been to the menu looking for a change speed. Thanks for the response. I'll try again.

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This is done in the recording menu of the system there should be SP/slp/LP you need to access the menu under record it should be there, I tried to find a manual for it but was un-successful due to its age but I hope this give you some idea on how to chang ethe speed,

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