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  1. The main reasons for higher noise are: The MIC input is set to a low level to suit the low output of a microphone, so internal amplifier noise will be higher relative to the signal than a line input would be. Tape bias is achieved using a permanent magnet. This creates higher background noise than AC bias.
  2. Various Cassette Tapes. Media Type Media Type. Year Year. Topics & Subjects Topics & Subjects. Collection Collection. Creator Creator. Language Language. A digitized tape from the NOISE-ARCH Archives. Identifier: bco-arc Topics: Cassette, Tape, Noise-Arch, Independent. The Noise-Arch Archive. 1, K. NOISE-ARCH Collection: xtsw_bridge.
  3. Type 0 - This is the original ferric-oxide tape. It is very rarely seen these days. Type 1 - This is standard ferric-oxide tape, also referred to as "normal bias."; Type 2 - This is "chrome" or CrO 2 tape. The ferric-oxide particles are mixed with chromium dioxide. Type 4 - This is "metal" tape. Metallic particles rather than metal-oxide particles are used in the tape.
  4. Jul 07,  · Exalted Wombat wrote:It seems unlikely that mechanical noise from the cassette is getting into the playback signal! This sounds as if it might be more about dirt in the tape path than a lack of lubrication. The pressure pads in the cassette may be gunked up. And don't forget to check the heads and other tape-touching parts in your player.
  5. Jul 13,  · "Cassette tape resurgence" — it's a phrase whose very utterance seems to beg several questions: How? Why? And for whom? The subject of numerous thinkpieces, hullabaloo, and general derision, the return of the cassette tape seems, at first glance, to be little more than a bad joke about hipsters made manifest in corporeal form. For those old enough to remember when cassette tapes .
  6. Jan 28,  · The cassette isn't the problem, it's the hub. Other than wearing the teeth or bending a sprocket, not much can go wrong with a cassette, they are an inanimate lump of metal. However, the slip onto a part of the hub which is comprised of intricate ratchets and pawls which. What sort of hub is it (make and model)?
  7. casettes suffer from different types of damages compared to vinyl. vinyl wow due to the hole not being in the middle or a wobble in the surface crackle due to scratches and dust. Distortion due to the arm not tracking very well, the needle being too far off at the wrong angle, too less or too much weight, or the anti-skating pressure being off.
  8. Oct 14,  · The whole cassette has some play not the individual cogs. I looked at the old cassette and it doesn't have a spacer. I looked at an old speed cassette (from a different bike which I've changed three different cassettes and haven't had this problem albeit Sram) and .

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