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Your reel drive is lacking due to a bad belt, bad idler tire or even a dead spot on the motor. The observation of what happen when take-up stops will tell you which one. The Idler tire may be cracked or hard rubber- it should be replaced and is done all the time by owners and service shops. Sometimes certain O rings will do the job if installed correctly and doctored to work.
Probably it's the playing head; must be damaged or worned out.. Accept fact; cassette players are outdated. make a listing of your favorite music and stat finding them on line.
By the way, even youtube rips are better quallity then thos cassette recors.
it sounds like your tape heads are worn they will strip your cassettes every time and give you very poor sound reproduction it can be repaired but costly to be honest you would be better off with a new deck and it will be cheaper all round.
the line out of a tape deck is about 1 volt peak, the output of a turntable is about 3-5mV on average.
Not sure what issue you are having but the turntable cannot be directly plugged into the cassette deck for recording LP to cassette. it would have to go through the receiver.
Hi no worries, have a look at this. Will give you an idea of what idlers are, I know the new belts are in good nick. They make up kits out of fresh belts. Idlers can generally be resurfaced. I use an nail emery board to freshen them up. Acetone on a cotton bud rejuvenates the rubber drive surface. If they are cracked and perished, or gone very hard, then you may have to find something to re shod the idler with. I cannot recall what the JVC uses, but it is likely to be some sort of idler/clutch assembly for taker up
The deck will need new belts and idler drives cleaned and serviced, and perhaps some idler tyres replaced. You can get a belt kit from these guys. replacing them is not such a difficult job if you have some mechanical aptitude. Just take it slowly, and focus on getting the transport out of the unit.
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