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Bruce Showalter

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SOURCE: Kenwood Dual Cassette deck KX-97CW runs fast

Sometimes this is due to the tape not being pinched between the capstan and the rubber roller.

Make sure there is no slack in the tape when you put it in the deck. See if you can observe the tape going down over the capstan on the correct side.

If this isn't the problem, then the mechanism that engages the capstan roller may not to be working. In most cases, the rubber roller is mounted on the same mechanism that moves the record-play head against the tape. If this mechanism isn't moving, that would cause the problems you describe.

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

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SOURCE: Pioneer rx590 double stereo cassette

the cassette players are not functional

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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Your best bet is to contact MCM electronics and use their cross-reference service to get a more common belt number. They should have the belts that you need. I would give you the numbers, but I don't have a listing for your specific model.

Keep us posted.

Dan

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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SOURCE: cannot get dual cassette deck to record, denon DRW-660

check the drive belts inside the unit could be broken or slipping. farr64

Posted on Apr 29, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a technics double cassette player which

There are some rubber parts inside (belt,idler tire) that require changing. This is normal for a unit of this age. Expect a parts cost in the $10-$15 range. Any audio repair shop should be able to perform this repair.<br /> <br /> Dan

Posted on Aug 24, 2010

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How do you dub cassette to cassette


Hi
If you have a dual cassette deck, then one deck will only play cassettes,whilst the other will have a record facility as well.
Basically you need to place the original cassette in the play only deck and the target cassette in the record/play deck.
Start the playback in the play only deck and immediately press the record and play buttons together on the record deck. Some decks have high speed dubbing but this varies so much that you will need to consult your manual for this.
Cheers

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How do I dub using the onyx double cassette deck?


There should be a button or switch that will select the recording deck and the dubbing deck. You put a blank tape into the recording deck and the pre-recorded one into the play deck. Pressing the record button on the dubbing deck, on some models should start the play deck running. If not press play on that deck.

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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.

Dec 25, 2013 | Kenwood Audio Players & Recorders

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Can this record cd's


Yes it can the blurb for it states: "Full-logic control, dual dubbing cassette deck with CD syncro start recording"

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Ho do i use the high speed dubbing feature to quickly transfer tapes to my pc using the alesis Dual-Cassette Tape Digital Archiver?


What's your hurry? You copy a tape once but listen to it forever in real-time without fear of it wearing out or degrading. Shouldn't it be as faithful a copy as you can get?

Downloads here:

http://www.alesis.com/tapelinkusb#

A little advice.... if you have any desire to transfer the higher frequencies from your cassettes to your digitized copies, do it at normal speed. The hi-end response of the deck is ok at normal speed but doubling it will double the playback frequencies, making incapable of reproduction with any fidelity.


Frequency Response

(-20dB recording)

Chrome tape 40-15000Hz (±3dB)

Normal tape 40-14000Hz (±3dB)

(0dB recording)

Chrome tape 40-8000Hz (±3dB)

Normal tape 40-8000Hz (±3dB)

Imagine what its response at, say, 30000Hz might be. That's what doubling the playback speed would demand from the head and electronics. It ain't hi-fi anymore.

Feb 13, 2011 | Alesis TapeLink USB Single Cassette Deck

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Cannot get dual cassette deck to record, denon DRW-660


check the drive belts inside the unit could be broken or slipping. farr64

Apr 29, 2009 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Records on right channel only so only get music from right speake


If you are recording from an outside source check the connections are good. If it does it from both IE dubbing and external it is possibly that a wire has detached from the head of the record head. The other likely source is the record amp inside the deck. Trace the leads from the Tape head (recording one) and see if you can locate a switch, these can get dirt on the contacts and cut out channels (clean with Servisol video 40). It could also be the electronics especially the amp chip!
If not then the head itself may have gone.

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Recording Speed


the tascam 414 is a 4 track recording studio which uses standard cassette tapes- meaning they only play in one direction, because the tape is full. The 414 records at double speed so that recording fidelity is increased. When you have made a recording you want to mix you then dub your recording though the outputs into another standard tape recorder or whatever you have available, be it a cd recorder or your PC. So, when you listened to your recording on a standard tape player, you were not only hearing it at half speed but you were only listening to 2 of the 4 tracks. The other tracks would only be heard if you flipped the tape over, and they would be heard running backward. I would have though the 414 had a swich to allow it to also record at standard speed to but I guest it does not.

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Unable to to dub from the radio, phono,or cd


As far as I know, you need to press Record button to record from external source. If you press Dub, it will start Dubbing from Tape-A to Tape-B. You might be need to press Record and later press Pause or Play to start recording.

Aug 15, 2008 | Sony TC-WE305 Single Cassette Deck

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Will not dub another tape


This site is useless. It tells you nothing.
Why does it exist?????

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