Whenever I put a CD in, the first track starts playing fine. After a few seconds, it skips by itself to the next track, then a few more seconds pass, and it skips to the thrid track, etc. I've tried with new batteries and different CD's. What else can I do?
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Re: CD Player Acting Up
Some cd players have a feature that is called intro. it plays typically the first 4 to 10 seconds of a song & goes to the next track. it does this to every song on the cd. see if intro is on your display or if it's turned on in the menu.
i hope it works. good luck.
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There are several brands and publishers of audio books and you didn't identify yours. In most cases professionally produced audio books are separated into several 3-6 minute tracks. your CD player should just skip to the next using the button with the single arrow pointing to the vertical line. >l
When listening to audio books, If I'm using a cd player that doesn't retain the last track when shut off I make a mental note of the track number.
Simply put it's the quality of the players. This could even be that one has a bit of dust on the read head or laser and the other is clean. Try some canned air (available at most office supply stores) to blow out any dust and debris. As for the cd, most people believe a cd must be nice and shiny or it will not work. This is incorrect. Most devices used to buff out scratches on cd's will leave a dull finish. Try some plastic polishing paste. Polish in a straight line from the center to the outer edge, working your way around. Hope this helps.
I understand what you are saying. The Durabrand is very cheaply made and the ani-skip actually does not work near as long as stated by company. I would buy more expensive player or a different brand. Look for 60 Second Anti-Skip if you want a good one.
Hold down the Display/Menu function button (one of those three buttons on the left of the unit) for about 3-4 seconds until the display reads "t set". When this appears, push the track forward button once (>>|) so the display reads "beep"; now press the play pause button (>||) once. The display will now say "on", push the track forward button (>>|) once to make it read "off"; now push the stop play button. You're done. Enjoy the silence.
This is not possible to change as it is the nature of all CD players, unlike DVD players which give you the stop/resume function. Cd players have a similar function called pause, but other than that its alm,ost impossible to fully stop and start off again from where you left off unless you skip to the track and hold the skip button to fast foward/rewind.
as i read the specification on this model, it is not possible to remove power totally from the cd player and then power up and continue. (ignition is in your car ?)
But, you can connect power to the cd player,after the ignition switch. Normally this supply is available behind the standard car radio. You can use a standard 12 volt (depends on you car supply voltage) bulb to search for the correct wire.
Often this information are also available in the instruction book for the car.
It means that the laser/motor module is disconnected. Open the player and locate the connection band of the module. It should be orange, about 1 cm wide and it comes out from under it. Push it HARD into it\'s socket. Make sure you don\'t leave sweat or grease on the electronic and test it. I hope it works for you!