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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


Check ebay every few days and this web site - http://mobile.audioproz.com/AP.php?Prod=Cass_Parts&Pg=18&Sort_By=Model&Sort_Order=ASC

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Curtis mathes what parts am i missing i have no sound i have the cassette deck an am fm recever


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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Nakamichi DR 10 does not eject. I loaded a cassette, pressed 'Play' the cassette played 10 seconds and stopped. The display showed 'ERR'. I removed the cover, nothing immediately obvious. The cassette...


The DR1o might have a Sankyo transport and they have sense fingers that become tarnished. This needs to be serviced to make the deck work. It is possible that the deck is still in play mode which blocks the eject from taking place. Unplug the unit and open it up and rotate the worm gear with a finger and the door will eventually open up but do not force things as understand the size of motor in the unit that normally turns the worm gear.

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My Nakamishi Cassette Deck 2 is eating tape. It switches off when it does, but how can I fix this? From the look of it this cassette deck has the same cassette drive as the DR-8. Is that correct?


It could be the take up spindle does not have enough torque causing the tape to bunch up after the capstan. If you open up the unit you will notice ether belts or rollers for the tape drive. If it has belts you can replace the belt after cleaning the pulleys. If it has rollers you may be able to clean them with a rubber cleaner (not alcohol which will dry the rubber and cause glazing). Make sure the capstan and the pinch roller is clean using a rubber revitalizing cleaner on the pinch roller. "Goof off" from a hardware store is great for the capstan if it has a lot of metal oxide on it.

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Left meter problem in Nakamichi cassette deck .


I once had the same problem with a philips deck, except that both meters were twitching and both channels were distorted.

And guess what - it started happening when i reassembled it after i oiled the motor axis as it was a bit noisy.

No, that doesn't mean this had anything to do with the motor, but i had to disassemble the deck once more, i moved the wires and connectors a bit and the meters and outputs returned to normal functioning, so my guess is that there is a bad connection somewhere.

Try disconnecting the connectors inside the deck, see if the contact pins are dirty or oxydized, if so, clean them and reconnect - this might help.

Also check for any broken or shorted wires, broken insulation on wires and bad solder contacts.

I don't know if this will help, it sure did in my case, but i guess it's worth trying.

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NAKAMICHI CASSETTE DECK 1 NOT PLAYING?


it has probably thrown the capstan belt and will require a new belt fitted. the transport relies on capstan rotation to engage play. a separate reel motor operates ff/rew and takeup funtions

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Just connect you EQ to your receiver as if it were a tape deck: EQ's outs connect to receiver's tape ins (play) and EQ's ins connect to receiver's tape outs (record).

Then you hook the tape deck up to the tape ins and outs on the EQ: Tape deck outs connect to EQ's tape ins (play) and tape deck ins connect to EQ's tape outs (record).

This will put the EQ in your receiver's tape loop. To hear the EQed signal with all receiver sources you'll need to engage the 'Tape Monitor' button or switch which will route the tape loop to the speakers.

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