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  1. My outback tape deck, which I use primarily to listen to my phone via a cassette adaptor, has recently started making a very loud buzzing/humming noise. It does this with both my old and a new adaptor, as well as a standard audio tape. I could try using a head cleaner on the tape deck, but my impression is that this isn’t what typically would happen if the head needs cleaning, and I don.
  2. Nov 30,  · The tape deck and the receiver are both plugged into the same surge protector multi outlet stick. And, I don't hear the hum when the tape is stopped, even with the input still selected as tape. I notice that some cassettes have a more noticable hum than others. Could the source recording (the recording itself) also play a factor?
  3. Dec 21,  · For cassette I would recalibrate, but stick to BASF tapes as far as possible. In the world of tape life was neither easy or cheap. Tape prices were also very high for open real. Even buying tapes in bulk pancakes, and putting together the 10 1/2 inch reels from parts running costs were over $20 per hour. Those were the days!
  4. Sep 16,  · Record each side of the cassette as a separate track (starting the recording before the tape starts and ending it after the tape ends). RIP the entire CD as two WAV files into my computer. Use music editing software to cut the files into individual tracks, and to cut off the unneeded parts of the files (such as the parts at the beginning and.
  5. Apr 07,  · This photo serves as quite a stark warning message: the characteristics an audio cassette has today are not necessarily representative of the characteristics it had when new! The photo shows two instances of the same cassette - the Realistic / Radio Shack Low Noise 90, probably both from The top one has been well.

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