From: Charles Timberlake [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, January 06, 2001 11:14 AM
To: Multiple recipients of list
Subject: Re: Audiocassette problems
Probably the tape is twisted. Often, you can find the twist and undo it,
making the taping playable again.
On Sat, 6 Jan 2001, Mike Boedicker wrote:
> A non-video question, but it's probably appropriate in a roundabout way.
> Does anyone know what would cause an audiocassette to play backward --
> is, the machine plays the tape normally, but the recording itself is
> backward. This has happened several times to our audiobooks. The result
> the same on both sides of the cassette: a lower, almost muffled sound, but
> clearly backwards (haven't heard Linda Blair uttering any obscenities yet,
> or Led Zeppelin ordering me to march with Satan).
> Could this be some kind of bleed from one side of the tape to the other?
> there any solution? Thanks...
> Mike Boedicker
> Audiovisual Director & Webmaster
> Danville Public Library
> 319 N. Vermilion
> Danville, IL 61832
> (217) 477-5223 ext. 123