Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I just thought to get in for my pennyworth here. In my day as a young man we never dreamed that we would have to do much more than "change the stylus" to get pristine sound back on our (Vinyl Record) disk players. We were very satisfied with the "fidelity" of the music from our systems and were content with 5Watts of Audio Power. Now just look at the hassle one faces when the semiconductor laser fails in a CD/Mp3 player system and the audio angst and anger some(and far too many in my opinion) of our current "Bass Booming Generation" create with their unnecessarily high powered Audio Systems both in the home and in vehicles on the road. I may not live to see it, but I bet my bottom dollar that eventually Laws will have to be passed limiting Audio Output Power to levels that the idiotic minority cannot use to inflict their anti-social use of Audio as a weapon to foist upon the ears of their neighbours who are entitled to hear what they themselves wish to in their own homes and to be able to walk out in their world anywhere without being ear-blasted by Bass-Booming Car Hoons. Why is it that when we humans are blessed with so much in the way of "comfort entertainment equipment" that some have to mis-use it in such selfish and annoying ways? Beats me!
Posted on Oct 30, 2011
I had this problem 5 times while it was under warranty... everytime they just replaced the cd changer. After the warranty ran out, I took it all apart and pushed the connector between the changer and the radio. Put it all back together and it worked fine. They kept replacing the cd changer instead of fixing the bad connector. Eventually, the refurbished cd changer that the dealer put in stopped reading cds. Can't win them all.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
You will need to get it repaired , as this will not be an easy fix , sorry
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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