Updated on: 1/15/13
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“I take the Infrared Cassette Recorder/Player to jam sessions with Seniors and to church for recording Gospel Singing.”
Edward W. Williams
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Q: Does the Infrared Stereo/Mono Headphone require line of sight?
Q: I noticed that Califone Infrared Media Players have the same frequency as the Infrared Classroom Audio Systems; does that mean it might cause interference when used simultaneously in a classroom?
Q: Can any tape length be used when using the cassette?
A: Califone recommends using tapes no longer than 60 minutes. Longer tapes are thinner and more prone to breakage.
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Q: Does the Infrared Cassette Player/Recorder feature an auxiliary input?
Q: Do the Deluxe Series Cassette Players/Recorders feature tone control?
Q: Can I use the wireless headphones and wired headphones simultaneously with the Infrared Cassette Player/Recorder?
Q: What type of battery does the Infrared Cassette Player/Recorder require when it is used without the AC cord plugged in?
A: The Infrared Cassette Player/Recorder (3432IR) uses 6 “C” batteries.
Q: How do I use the 4805AV microphone with my cassette player?
A: The 4805AV remote microphone is compatible with all Califone cassette player/recorders as well as multimedia players. Simply connect it to a player’s remote/mic jacks, turn the microphone ON, press PAUSE, then RECORD on the player to prepare for voice recordings. As the RECORD key is pressed the PLAY key will follow. Press PAUSE to begin recording.
Q: Why is there a ribbon inside the battery compartment of my player?
Q: Does the Infrared Cassette Recorder/Player come with the tape counter?
Q: One of the technical specs for the boomboxes is ‘wow and flutter’. What do these mean?
A: The term “wow and flutter” applies only to cassette player/recorders and to the cassette function of boomboxes. “Wow” refers to the changes in frequency caused by irregular tape motion during recording or playback. “Flutter” is the rapid variation of signal parameters, such as amplitude, phase, and frequency.
Q: My cassette player/recorder plays tapes that sound distorted. What can I do?
A: The head and rollers may be dirty and require cleaning. Use a cotton swab and rubbing alcohol or purchase a tape cleaner from an electronics store. If you need further information, please contact our Tech Support Dept.
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