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How to tape from one deck to another?

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Press the Dubbing A to B button. Put your blank tape in deck B. Press REC/PAUSE on deck B. Press Play on deck A

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Stop Paying .. ????

if the take up side gets stuck it could feed excess tape and stop the mechanism. Look to see if both reels are turning when you push play. Remove cassette door for a better view if possible.

Make sure your tapes have NO slack in them. Fast forward and rewind one cassette all the way, then try again looking to see if both sides are turning. If not, you may have a belt that is old, stretched and slipping or it's split apart or just fallen off
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Difference between a Yamaha KX 580 and a KX 580 SE cassette deck

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"The KX - 580SE is a refined model of the popular KX - 580, three time winner of ''What Hi Fi? Best Cassette Deck Award''. The KX - 580SE is a special edition which is UK specified. This cassette deck features CD to tape synchronized record start, timer record / play, new audiophile components in both the dolby and audio output stages, two - motor stable transport, Dolby HX pro dynamic bias servo, auto tape tuning and improved power supply."
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Kenwood KX-79 CW dual cassette hook up?

Just connect the deck via tape 1 the out of the deck going to the in of the amp. While the out of the amp goes to the in of the deck.


The tape deck itself will automatically choose the player that plays the cassette. One will play the other will be on pause (if you press both play buttons) till the tape stops then the other will play. For recording from tape to tape one deck will be the copy and the other the copier. There should be a dubbing button which you press to record tape to tape. Some models have a high speed dub also. For recording from the amp unless both decks have record buttons you will only be able to record with one deck. Make certain the dub button is not set.
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Connect Yamaha stereo cassette player KX 380 to htr-6025 receiver

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To connect your cassette player to your receiver, you may have to use an RCA-type of plug (you know, the red & white plugs on both ends.

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Technics M14 cassette deck has hum. Bought used and had hum but I got it to go away by switching the tape select dial to metal,etc. but hum came back later. I'm thinking ground or a wire to that switch. ...

If the hum is audible without monitoring a tape playback it has nothing to do with the oxide formulation or any aspect of the media.

Determine the conditions present whenever the hum is present:

Player just turned ON?
Tape deck Playing or Paused?
Tape deck Recording or Paused?
"Tape" selected at the receiver?
Any source selected?

What switch are you referring to? You could have a floating ground or shield through a Tape Monitor or other control. Audio cables between the Deck and the receiver could be faulty or require reseating with a twisting motiuon to remove oxide build-up.

Hum can enter any unshielded cable running near any motor, magnetic field or some light sources. Sometimes simply reversing the polarity of an AC power cord will cure it.

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The tape runs a bit fast on play mode. Is there an adjustment for this or is it a board or motor problem.

Sometimes the motor has a control pot on the top. You might find it under a label, it will be only a small circular hole.
Otherwise trace the wires from the motor back to the PC board, you should see a Pot for the speed there.

Please bear in mind that if it is a second hand machine somebody could have replaced the motor with the wrong type.
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Dual tape deck inoperable

clean the rubber pinch rollers with an alcohol swab. the tape is not getting required "grab" on these rollers and not pulling tape. the auto reverse is an attempt to rewind the tape because of confusion with no tape movement.
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if the heads are getting jammed in the up position it may be a failing capstan belt in the transport not disengaging the transport properly. replace the capstan belt. If one has failed both will probably be bad.
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