Question about Alesis TapeLink USB Single Cassette Deck
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? 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)
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.
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.
Chrome tape 40-15000Hz (±3dB)
Normal tape 40-14000Hz (±3dB)
Chrome tape 40-8000Hz (±3dB)
Normal tape 40-8000Hz (±3dB)
Posted on Feb 13, 2011
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