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By makdissi-w

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18-10-2019, 18:54

zPasi wrote:
makdissi-w wrote:

I used age 5 as a voice input from the recorder and 3 as ground. I used age 4 as the output from the computer to the recorder to record with ground number 1 and use 6 rem + and 7 rem-

Age?Smile
I think you pmean pins. in. Looks like you got it bacwards. Pin 5 should go to the mic and pin 4 to phono.

Yes pine I am sorry

By NYYRIKKI

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18-10-2019, 19:16

makdissi-w wrote:

I think there is a hardware problem so I need circuit diagram schematic for it or for cassette line

I don't know about your model, but usually the implementation is something like this:

By makdissi-w

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18-10-2019, 19:38

The model I have sakher msx ax170 but i think it is similar to the model sanyo mpc-200

By NYYRIKKI

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18-10-2019, 23:44

I don't have the service manual, but if you want to try a super simple cassette input circuit, you can try ie.

It should get the job done, but you really need to turn the input volume to 11

By hamlet

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20-10-2019, 15:38

Did you correct the pin assignment like zPasi wrote?

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Age?Smile
I think you pmean pins. in. Looks like you got it bacwards. Pin 5 should go to the mic and pin 4 to phono.

By makdissi-w

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20-10-2019, 20:16

Dear Hamlet, I am sorry, because I wrote more than Post. I did not mean. As for the friend zpasi here, I did not sell his method because the pin 5 is the audio input of the computer. And The number 4 is the data out from the computer.

By makdissi-w

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20-10-2019, 21:11

I have already mentioned that I was able to record the data tape by pin number 4, but I just can not read the data from the pin number 5 It seems that there is a chapter in the circuit

By zPasi

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22-10-2019, 07:14

makdissi-w wrote:

I have already mentioned that I was able to record the data tape by pin number 4, but I just can not read the data from the pin number 5 It seems that there is a chapter in the circuit

According to specs, what I wrote earlier should be correct. You may have a short circuit there. That would explain how you are able to record to tape, but reading the tape doesn't work.

You have a multimeter, so you could "beep" check the cable?

By makdissi-w

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23-10-2019, 13:50

My friends, I would like to thank all those who helped me. I have solved the problem after I opened the computer and followed the tracks from the pin cassette to the Ic CMOS no TC47HC04P . I found where the line input and output are. I was wrong about the connection. Please accept my apologies if I didn't listen to you.

By makdissi-w

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23-10-2019, 13:54

Thank you zpasi and thank you hamlet and thank you nyyrikki thank you allllllllll

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