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    Hi there! I'm really into cassettes. I've been recording in my hi-fi stereo for a few years now, and then, recently, I used a 100 min sony cd-it cassette. Once while I was recording, the deck or the cassette started squeaking. The squeaks are recorded in the tape! Is it the 100 min cassette? Are they too long?

    I then demagnetized, and cleaned my heads. the squeaking stopped, but at the end of the 100 min cassette, it starts playing too fast, ending up with a diatorted, high pitched music!

    Help! ;O

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    100 min tapes are waaaay too long - they get stretched - simple as that!
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    • #3
      at the end of the 100 min cassette, it starts playing too fast, ending up with a diatorted, high pitched music!



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      • #4
        c180!!

        I have a 30 year-old Scotch c120 tape which still works - sounds like the 'squeaky wheel' sound effect used on Hanna-Barbera cartoons when it plays though.

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