In Reply to: depends on your musical genre... posted by docw on November 15, 2006 at 13:44:35:
I must admit that the issue of compatibility has always been somewhat curious to me. Cassettes are recorded within a given set of standards. My expereience, a lot of years with my head inside these machines, is simple. Given accurate alignment tapes, by any manufacturer, and appropriate mechanical alignment fixtures, if required, make all tapes playable on all machines. If compatibility is a problem, it can only be one of two problems. 1) With pre-recorded tapes either the original was recorded on an out of alignment machine, not likely, or the play back machine is not aligned. 2) With self recorded tapes either machine can be out of alignment. I personally have never had a pre-recorded tape compatibility problem on any machine I have aligned. Any compatibility problem with a self recorded tape has always been the problem of the machine it was recorded on. TAPE RULE #1. The mechanics have to be perfect first then the electronics.
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Topic - Hot diggity dam!! - Vinnie 15:31:27 11/14/06 (14)
- something happened to millen's followup post to me - docw 13:34:31 11/16/06 (3)
- Thanksâ€¦. - millen 15:56:35 11/16/06 (2)
- depends on your musical genre... - docw 13:44:35 11/15/06 (4)
- Agreedâ€¦ - millen 09:39:18 11/16/06 (0)
- Tape Rule #1 - oldglide 20:25:52 11/15/06 (2)
- I forgot to mention - oldglide 21:33:07 11/14/06 (0)
- 600s RULE - oldglide 21:19:48 11/14/06 (0)
- IME tapes made on a 600 sound great on a 600... - mhardy6647 16:18:10 11/14/06 (2)
- Re: IME tapes made on a 600 sound great on a 600... - Vinnie 16:28:49 11/14/06 (1)
- Institution of Mechanical Engineers.... - millen 18:15:20 11/14/06 (0)
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