My microcassette recorder is an Olympus Pearlcorder L150, which must be a cousin of the S-701. It hasn't been used in a while, and now when I record on it, I get the high-speed cartoon mouse voice. I've replaced the batteries and the tape, and I've tested it on speeds, 12 and 24. Does anyone know why this is happening and how I might fix it?
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Hello your Spring goes on bottom rigth when you open the cassette door is in the inside like a small round one if you have problems try to put it back you can send it for service to
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On my model the Olympus Pearlcorder S909 there is a slide button on the end marked VCVA (variable control voice actuator). Switch it to that position then press record and away you go, voice activated recording!