Question about Lanier 260T Desktop Cassette Voice Recorder
I used a microcassette recorder set on the "1.2" speed rather than the "2.4" which works with my Lanier VW-260 microcassette transciption machine. I cannot get the tape to go slowly enough to hear it on the machine because I recorded at the wrong speed. Is there anything that I can do now?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hello the alarm that you are listen is the end of the tape alarm the reason it detect a fast motion and is warning you that the tape is almost to the end but if you don't agreed that the tape is almost to the end your unit needs service you can Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 644-9525. Please indicate model, serial and detailed description of problem
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