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Connecting Nakamichi 600 cassette deck to speakers

How is the Nakamichi 600 cassette deck connected to speakers? Is a receiver necessary?

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You must have an amplifier or receiver to connect between deck and speakers. The deck has no power amp

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Hi NAKAMICHI, I'm looking for a head cassette deck type DR8 where I can get ..thanks NAKAMICHI


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Perhaps you need an amplifier and some speakers to? And don't forget the cables to connect everything. Then connect the receiver to an antenna and put a cassette with music in the cassette deck before pressing the play button.

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Whatever happened it probably isn't good. Smoke is usually sign of a fairly significant electronic failure of some sort. The Dragon is arguably the holy grail of tape decks, so it would be worth fixing back to good health.

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