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It may indicate your PC is taxed doing other things??? Try a reboot and cut out all other unnecessary process while capturing.

 

Also, what sounds tinny? The Cassette itself or the recording of it using the software?

 

Thanks,

 

Jon

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I had a very similar problem while digitizing a bunch of books on tape. Problem was caused by the tape player and turned out to be an easy fix. All I did was pull out some stuff from the olden days and 1) Cleaned the heads, and 2) Used a head demagnetizer. Don't know which fixed the problem, but works like a charm now.

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