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Old 05-17-2010, 10:28 AM
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What would cause the output of an ACR cassette interface to be very faint? I tried a friend's ACR board and when I plug its output into an amplifier and do a CSAVE from BASIC, I can hear the correct sound but it's so faint, it's almost lost in the background noise. Is this a problem that's easily fixed?

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Tom Lake
I finally ot it fixed! the guy who fixed it said:
"The tape write section had some damage. It wasn't even generating a carrier tone. I had to replace 2 chips. They were both binary counters and they simply weren't counting. They were Fairchild 9316s, no longer in production. So I replaced them with compatible 74161s. And that solved the write problem."

Thanks to all who offered to help!

Tom L
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