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Posted by Sten on November 16, 2004 at 08:19:47:
In Reply to: Speed adjustement on Sansui MR-6 posted by AL on November 15, 2004 at 18:34:58:
To adjust or align the speed to be correct you need a calibrated tape (usually 3kc) and a frequency meter or Nakamichi T-100 Test Instrument. Then an internal variabel resistor (pot) is used to adjust the speed. It can be bad contact in this pot or oxide which caused the speed to changed in your MR-6.
: Hello everyone!
: I have a Sansui MR-6 multitrack recorder. Very good quality for cassettes. But I never really used it because of motor problem. First it went dead for no apparent reason. Then with a new motor it worked for a while but now the playback is way too fast. Somewhere between normal and fast forward. The guy who installed the new motor made some adjustement of the speed playback with some internal control (not the pitch control of the front panel) but can't remember what he did exactly. Does anyone knows how to make playback speed adjustement on a MR-6? Shematics maybe?
: AL :)
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