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Usually the "pre amp" in the tape player does not have a high enough output to cause clipping because if it did then any amp or preamp attached would increase the clipping as the source would be clipped. I vote to keep the audio as "clean" from the source as possible.

This seems interesting: http://www.hansvanzutphen.com/tape_restore_live/

David - does the program "undo" the Dolby that was in the recording?

I have not used it yet. But Spectral Pro by Sony allows for background noise to be removed with virtually no loss in the original sound. I work with alot of voice "speeches" recorded on Tape. I have sounds like planes or police sirens that in the future I want to remove from the recordings.

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David - does the program "undo" the Dolby that was in the recording?
Yes.

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I have not used it yet. But Spectral Pro by Sony allows for background noise to be removed with virtually no loss in the original sound.
You can get fantastic results by removing the hiss digitally then reversing the Dolby.

Cheers,
David.