Question about Audio Players & Recorders
How do I determine if this switch is set or not? I have never used it. Does not mean it might not be set accidentally.
There should be a way for you to hear either the source when you are recording or the result off of the tape. There is usually a switch for this called the tape monitor. This allows you to "monitor" either the source or tape. In tape mode, without a tape actually being used, you will still get a little sound from what is called cross-talk inside the unit. The sound will be very weak as you described. Look at teh front panel and make sure that the TAPE 2/Monitor is off. It is the third from the left of the rectangular switches.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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