Question about Aiwa Audio & Video Receivers
This is not for connecting an MP3 player, but rather for playing MP3-CD's. Using your computer and a CD burner, you can burn a CD with up to about ten hours worth of MP3s on it. The procedure for creating the disc varies depending on your burning software. In Nero, for example, you would select "Music" and then "MP3 Disc" and then select the songs you want to put on the disc. For other software you just select "burn a data disc" and then select the MP3 files you want.
Once you have a CD full of MP3s, put it in the Packard-Bell stereo's CD player, and you will be able to play all the MP3 files that are on the CD. THe advantage, of course, is being able to put ten hours on one CD instead of only 80 minutes.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
SOURCE: CD player won't work
Firstly is it burnt or factory cd? Most factory cd players won't play a burnt disk.
If you have a store-made cd and it is not reading that, then the lens inside the player is dirty and needs to be blown out with a can of "airduster"
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
SOURCE: i have a 1997 aiwa
Regardingt he display differing from the actual speaker complement, THAT is up to the user to set up. The unit probably doesn't falsely 'sense' the phantom speakers.
Have you looked at the manual?
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Posted on May 05, 2011
SOURCE: I have an AIWA AV-X120
In this receiver the display is a digitron type: the badges, letters and numbers are created by a fluorescent paint applied on a set of electrodes encased in a vacuumed glass box - basically an improved version of a nixie tube.
Because of they way it's build the display ages over time, like a tube of a tv - the fluorescent paint wears out. Because of that it can't be repaired or regenerated. And since the production of displays of this kind has stopped long ago there are no replacements.
You will have to try to find a defective unit with a good display and have it swapped - search for it in used goods shops and sites. If you can't locate one use your unit as is for as long as you can then buy a new one.
Posted on Aug 07, 2011
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