Dynacord Tape Echo Heaven
Life is analog.... so is sound
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Analyse What can go wrong with the tape echo over the years? 1: the electrolytic capacitors (electros) can be dehydrated, run strong in terms of values ​​and, in the worst case, leak and therefore defective. 2: The solder tin crumbles or bursts in some places, causing the solder connection to be poor. 3: Transistors can malfunction. 4: A huge amount of dust has been collected over the years, certainly around the engine with its suction power. 5: The potmeters are dirty, causing them to crack and the values ​​to jump. 6: The rubber pinch roller may be dried out or have a dent because it has not been put in the standby position. It is therefore continuously pressed onto the shaft (capstan) of the engine. 7: The axis holes of the rollers have dried out, so that they no longer rotate properly over the axis and also start to squeak. 8: The heads are no longer properly adjusted (azimuth) so that the sound can sound dull. 9: The math head no longer works optimally, so you can hear the source sound in the background again when you pass the play head. 10: The running gear is no longer properly adjusted so that the tape does not runs flawlessly
The Dynacord transistor tape echoes now also have reached the respectable age of 40. Time can leave marks now.
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Life is analog.... so is sound   
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Analyse What can go wrong with the tape echo over the years? 1: the electrolytic capacitors (electros) can be dehydrated, run strong in terms of values ​​and, in the worst case, leak and therefore defective. 2: The solder tin crumbles or bursts in some places, causing the solder connection to be poor. 3: Transistors can malfunction. 4: A huge amount of dust has been collected over the years, certainly around the engine with its suction power. 5: The potmeters are dirty, causing them to crack and the values ​​to jump. 6: The rubber pinch roller may be dried out or have a dent because it has not been put in the standby position. It is therefore continuously pressed onto the shaft (capstan) of the engine. 7: The axis holes of the rollers have dried out, so that they no longer rotate properly over the axis and also start to squeak. 8: The heads are no longer properly adjusted (azimuth) so that the sound can sound dull. 9: The math head no longer works optimally, so you can hear the source sound in the background again when you pass the play head. 10: The running gear is no longer properly adjusted so that the tape does not runs flawlessly.