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Public Response On How To Relubricate Your Stuck

ANA[DIA]LOG9 Months ago
EXTRA INFO (UPDATED!!): If you get the 3M lubricant get the 08877 WET version (not the dry version). Considering the fact that, reasonably, a lot of people have doubts about this process, here is some evidence in support of the existence of this issue, the fact that all tapes have lubricant, and of the possibility to use a re-lubricant process for magnetic tape (just remember to use a dry cotton swab to absorb the lubricant that may have not been absorbed after a while). Here you will find a selection of scientific papers explaining the issue and how it is a standard procedure to relube tape (even NASA does this!). I have underlined a few crucial passages in the papers: Heritage: https://www.dropbox.com/s/f8254yfeqrrw9vp/heritage-02-00097-v2.pdf?dl=0 Nasa: https://www.dropbox.com/s/xxdw1qh8mlbppdu/Nasa.pdf?dl=0 HESS: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ydrvxg6zipjkrvw/HESS_Tape_Degradation_ARSC_Journal_39-2.pdf?dl=0 Preservation Commission: https://www.dropbox.com/s/3s3ejmho2jexhgt/pub54.pdf?dl=0 - (here is the official article: https://www.dropbox.com/s/rtvqt1n537w9vpa/Bogart.pdf?dl=0) Kondo: https://www.dropbox.com/s/zi4vv42ggi9vh8u/tribochemistry-of-ionic-liquid-lubricant-on-magnetic-media.pdf?dl=0 Here is an article of a lab that is relubing its cassettes: http://tasso.cat/re-lubrication-of-compact-cassette-tapes-with-sbs/ This is a page of a famous audio engineer: http://www.baileyzone.net/analog%20tape%20diy.htm This is a page of a company that sells its high quality tape lubricant: https://thelastfactory.com/tape-care-preservation/
Lab Nine9 Months ago
Really interesting. I have found certain TDK D (otherwise excellent tapes) have this squeaking problems. I have hundreds of pre-recorded tapes and have very rarely had this happen. I wonder now if the rare occurrences were with the XDR tapes from Capital.
Spaghetti9 Months ago
I'm trying to get a 40 year old cassette to play lol
Mark Covington9 Months ago
Hey there. What if both on the hubs in the cassette itself are stuck to where they won't turn at all either way? How can you fix that problem? Thank you!😀
Nikos T.9 Months ago
Hey @ANA[DIA]LOG,i want to say a huge thank you for the information you give in this video.It helped me so much with my bon jovi tape which i got from my mother,and she had it for about 35 years.One day,i was playing the tape and it started sticking and stopping all the time.After i saw your video i immediatly tried the silicone lube method,not with the 3M one,but it worked as just as good.So again thank you for the information it helped so much!
Mr. Gadgets SSB TMI9 Months ago
Hey ANA[DIA]LOG, I would like to have an informative video for opening a sealed cassette that has no screws to disassemble it so Ican do my repair of the snapped apart take-up leader tape.
Robert Wilhelm9 Months ago
I have a vintage audio set up with 10 receivers, multiple cassettes, Reel to Reel, turn tables, reverberstors, dynamic processors and equalizers and 9 sets of speakers. I would like a switching system to go from one receiver to any if the others. And to be able to pick any 2 sets of speakers to run with it. Any suggestions on where to buy something to do this or to make it? I can send a picture of my set up. Post Falls, Idaho. [email protected] I would
Helen Tee9 Months ago
Hi, thanks for this Video. As i followed an instruction from another video then my Michael Bolton Cassette spoilt. May I know can this work on those cassettes which have mildew? And can I used alcohol isopropyl or anti rust lubricant? Because I can’t find Kontakt 61 and the bottle you mentioned in my country. May I know what’s the ingredients inside the 3M lubricant? Thanks.
Sherman Anderson9 Months ago
Too many words but clearly spoken.
John Adams9 Months ago
I think that is time to stop agitating people to lubricate cassettes and make a big mess with their decks and killing the cassettes this way. I want to see you and mr Lucki from Germany how you both lubricate cassettes with your favorite lubricants, spatially you with a silicon lubricant and after that to play this cassettes on your Nakamichi Dragon –s ! This technology concerning just certain types of tapes which is playing on open reel to reel but not a modern cassettes. I try already and make a mess with 3 of my high end decks and destroy permanent good cassette and a record on it. Also here I am posting my question and answer of professionals that dealing with a transfer of records of old sticky tapes and they know about lubricants and also other technologies concerning sticky shed syndrome . John Adams 1 week ago Question to mr. Hales Should be the cassette tape lubricated against sticking and if yes- what kind of lubrication to use and how this will affected the frequency range and the quality of the sound likes dynamic, noise and wow and flutter. Thank you for your consideration in advance! Highlighted reply Electrical Audio 1 week ago Hi, tape has lubricant in the composition of the coatings. Generally, you don't want to lubricate the tape for playback or transfer, as it can create a mess that could damage tape and machine. However, if you dig into Richard Hess' site, you'll find an article about "wet playing" tapes, and some other examples of people using very specific lubricants when baking couldn't restore a tape for transfer. I should caution that these should only be done by a professional who is setup for wet playing. In most cases where the tape is degrading because of sticky-shed syndrome, baking is the solution. But not in all cases... Good luck!

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Public Response On How To Relubricate Your Stuck

ANA[DIA]LOG9 Months ago
EXTRA INFO (UPDATED!!): If you get the 3M lubricant get the 08877 WET version (not the dry version). Considering the fact that, reasonably, a lot of people have doubts about this process, here is some evidence in support of the existence of this issue, the fact that all tapes have lubricant, and of the possibility to use a re-lubricant process for magnetic tape (just remember to use a dry cotton swab to absorb the lubricant that may have not been absorbed after a while). Here you will find a selection of scientific papers explaining the issue and how it is a standard procedure to relube tape (even NASA does this!). I have underlined a few crucial passages in the papers: Heritage: https://www.dropbox.com/s/f8254yfeqrrw9vp/heritage-02-00097-v2.pdf?dl=0 Nasa: https://www.dropbox.com/s/xxdw1qh8mlbppdu/Nasa.pdf?dl=0 HESS: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ydrvxg6zipjkrvw/HESS_Tape_Degradation_ARSC_Journal_39-2.pdf?dl=0 Preservation Commission: https://www.dropbox.com/s/3s3ejmho2jexhgt/pub54.pdf?dl=0 - (here is the official article: https://www.dropbox.com/s/rtvqt1n537w9vpa/Bogart.pdf?dl=0) Kondo: https://www.dropbox.com/s/zi4vv42ggi9vh8u/tribochemistry-of-ionic-liquid-lubricant-on-magnetic-media.pdf?dl=0 Here is an article of a lab that is relubing its cassettes: http://tasso.cat/re-lubrication-of-compact-cassette-tapes-with-sbs/ This is a page of a famous audio engineer: http://www.baileyzone.net/analog%20tape%20diy.htm This is a page of a company that sells its high quality tape lubricant: https://thelastfactory.com/tape-care-preservation/
Lab Nine9 Months ago
Really interesting. I have found certain TDK D (otherwise excellent tapes) have this squeaking problems. I have hundreds of pre-recorded tapes and have very rarely had this happen. I wonder now if the rare occurrences were with the XDR tapes from Capital.
Spaghetti9 Months ago
I'm trying to get a 40 year old cassette to play lol
Mark Covington9 Months ago
Hey there. What if both on the hubs in the cassette itself are stuck to where they won't turn at all either way? How can you fix that problem? Thank you!😀
Nikos T.9 Months ago
Hey @ANA[DIA]LOG,i want to say a huge thank you for the information you give in this video.It helped me so much with my bon jovi tape which i got from my mother,and she had it for about 35 years.One day,i was playing the tape and it started sticking and stopping all the time.After i saw your video i immediatly tried the silicone lube method,not with the 3M one,but it worked as just as good.So again thank you for the information it helped so much!
Mr. Gadgets SSB TMI9 Months ago
Hey ANA[DIA]LOG, I would like to have an informative video for opening a sealed cassette that has no screws to disassemble it so Ican do my repair of the snapped apart take-up leader tape.
Robert Wilhelm9 Months ago
I have a vintage audio set up with 10 receivers, multiple cassettes, Reel to Reel, turn tables, reverberstors, dynamic processors and equalizers and 9 sets of speakers. I would like a switching system to go from one receiver to any if the others. And to be able to pick any 2 sets of speakers to run with it. Any suggestions on where to buy something to do this or to make it? I can send a picture of my set up. Post Falls, Idaho. [email protected] I would
Helen Tee9 Months ago
Hi, thanks for this Video. As i followed an instruction from another video then my Michael Bolton Cassette spoilt. May I know can this work on those cassettes which have mildew? And can I used alcohol isopropyl or anti rust lubricant? Because I can’t find Kontakt 61 and the bottle you mentioned in my country. May I know what’s the ingredients inside the 3M lubricant? Thanks.
Sherman Anderson9 Months ago
Too many words but clearly spoken.
John Adams9 Months ago
I think that is time to stop agitating people to lubricate cassettes and make a big mess with their decks and killing the cassettes this way. I want to see you and mr Lucki from Germany how you both lubricate cassettes with your favorite lubricants, spatially you with a silicon lubricant and after that to play this cassettes on your Nakamichi Dragon –s ! This technology concerning just certain types of tapes which is playing on open reel to reel but not a modern cassettes. I try already and make a mess with 3 of my high end decks and destroy permanent good cassette and a record on it. Also here I am posting my question and answer of professionals that dealing with a transfer of records of old sticky tapes and they know about lubricants and also other technologies concerning sticky shed syndrome . John Adams 1 week ago Question to mr. Hales Should be the cassette tape lubricated against sticking and if yes- what kind of lubrication to use and how this will affected the frequency range and the quality of the sound likes dynamic, noise and wow and flutter. Thank you for your consideration in advance! Highlighted reply Electrical Audio 1 week ago Hi, tape has lubricant in the composition of the coatings. Generally, you don't want to lubricate the tape for playback or transfer, as it can create a mess that could damage tape and machine. However, if you dig into Richard Hess' site, you'll find an article about "wet playing" tapes, and some other examples of people using very specific lubricants when baking couldn't restore a tape for transfer. I should caution that these should only be done by a professional who is setup for wet playing. In most cases where the tape is degrading because of sticky-shed syndrome, baking is the solution. But not in all cases... Good luck!