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post #1 of 2 Old 01-15-2013, 09:23 AM - Thread Starter
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File under anachronism: Teac introduces a new cassette deck, the W-890R. Auto-reverse, Dolby 'B' Noise reduction and variable pitch are the headline features of this flashback machine. There is a 'lost world' of cassette-only music out there, cassette afficionados interested in exploring it now have an affordable way to to so with Teac's latest offering.
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Why cassettes?! Because cassettes are awesome—they’re often beautifully made in ridiculously limited editions and they often contain fascinating, adventurous music that has been recorded to no other format.

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Thanks for your post. Do you own a W-890R? If so, could you tell me whether pressing the PLAY button produces a LOUD "HURRRRRMCLUNCK" sound that lasts about 1.2 seconds to engage the drive mechanism? Same sound when the STOP button is pressed to disengage the drive mechanism.

Reason I ask is that my wife currently has a Teac W-600R and it makes the LOUD "HURRRRRMCLUNCK" sound which I can hear through the walls in an adjacent room. Too loud to be used at night when folks are trying to sleep.

I'm looking for a dual tape cassette deck like the old ones I had that just made a soft "Click" sound when the PLAY or STOP buttons were pressed.

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