Pyle PT649D Rackmountable Dual Cassette Player


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About Pyle PT649D

The Pyle PT649D is a rack-mountable Dual Cassette Player. It's got all the features you've come to expect from a quality tape player, including one button recording, a 3 digit tape counter, dynamic noise reduction and normal & high speed dubbing. The dual color multifunction fluorescent display displays relevant information. Rec/play level meters let you know if your sound is too loud, too quiet, or just right. Plays regular and CrO2 tapes. Use it to make mixtapes or simply play back your old favorites and recordings. This Pyle PT649D is also rack-mountable and runs on 110 or 220 V.

Pyle PT649D Features

  • Includes dynamic noise reduction plus selector for metal tapes
  • High speed dubbing available
  • Recording Level Control
  • Dual Color Multifunction Fluorescent Display
  • Rec/Play Level Meters
  • Auto tape Selector
  • RCA Line Inputs and Outputs

Pyle PT649D Specifications

Frequency Response
40-15,000Hz (-20dB Recording)
40-8,000Hz (0dB Recording)
Signal to Noise Ratio
Wow and Flutter
Noise Reduction
Dolby HX Pro
Pitch Control
Track Search
Auto Reverse
Relay Play/Record
Counter Type
3 Digit Counter
High Speed Dubbing
Remote Control
Input Connectors
RCA x 2
Output Connectors
RCA x 2
Other Connectors
Digital Link for Connection to PT600A
Power Requirements
Dimensions (W x H x D)
16.53 x 5.11 x 8.66" (360 x 128 x 246mm)
8.5 lbs (4kg)
Mfr #

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Shopper  is this capable of recording vinyl LP recordings to cassette?
Andrew R  Theoretically yes, however your turntable would need line level output or you will need a phono-amp to insure proper recording audio levels.
Shopper  What is the speed of hi-speed dubbing compared to normal speed?
TIMOTHY G T  I would say it is 2x faster
Gerry V  Can you connect this player to a VCR and record music from a VCR tape being played on a flat screen TV?
DICK S  Gerry, I have not tried this so really do not know. But the player is a standard tape deck with stereo shielded cable input jacks which I normally connect to a turntable. So if the VCR has compatible audio output jacks (or the amplifier) I would expect this could work. Or, if there is some kind of audio output, an adapter should be available from a Radio Shack to be able to connect to the tape player input. Good luck!
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