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Goto manual mode> then to tape setting> change sp to lp.
I hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

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Normally this setting is found on the remote if there is no parallel settings on the panel of the set.
So if youhave lost the remote controller the universal remote must be changed to one which can select the speed settings. Normally the default settings is on the SP mode while the LP mode needs to be selected.
The other option is to identify the trigger of the main processor and use a manual switch to turn on the LP mode. Check for the manual of the set and look for the LP output pin of the processor.
Here the SP mode output also must be taken into consideration so that you can use a manual 4pole two way switch to activate the SP-LP mode.
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I have a Panasonic VCR with a different, but I know how to 'fix' your problem on my m/c. The remote for my m/c has a "REC MODE" button; operating that button changes from SP to EP etc. Check it with the "Program" button on your TV screen.
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I recently bought this little headache of a dictation machine to help me with my Law revision. Had similar problems but have worked out the following:

The machine appears to have 2 modes of recording - LP and SP. When the machine is in LP mode, it appears to be a format for the machine itself to allow for longer record time. Because of this individual format it will not play back on computers. If, however, you change it to SP mode (from what I can ascertain from the VERY unhelpful user manual is 'high quality recording' i.e. standard WAV format) it saves the file in a .wav format which is playable on computers.

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