The head unit worked perfectly for around 3 months after installing it. Now for some reason some cd's (even new out of the package) will skip through the first 5-6 songs. Its not a tolerable skip either, its a completely stop for a few seconds then play half a second and stop again, kind of skip. Ive tried cleaning the heads with one of those cleaning cd's and it didnt work. Any ideas?
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The issue has to be with either the head unit or the external amp that is being fed. Reverse the feed to the amp from the Clarion. If the audio issue now shifts to the other side the problem is with the Clarion. If the issue stays the same then the problem is with the amplifier.
im having this problem too,do you have one of the new ipods,i believe the alpine cda9883 is 2007 model,so i think the reason the ipod wont work is that its too new and the alpine dont recognize it,maybe you can try getting an older version of itunes not the new itunes9
If your problem is with new cd's your trying to play then the try this. New cd's often have around the inner and outter edges and if such disc is used, this may be the reason why it wont play. What you do is take a pencil and use the side of the pencil to rub the edges of the cd. It should clear it up. Now if your problem if that it wont let the cd come out the only thing i can think of is to press and hold the EJECT button and CD button at the same time for more than two seconds. Good Luck =)
If your cd/dvd player doesnt work right after installing a Epson cx4800 model printer on your computer, specifically with the Vista OS, its due to reported issues with the cx4800 printer drivers conflicting with drivers tied to your cd player..supposedly.
Best advice is to uninstall the cx4800 software/drivers and see if your cd/dvd player works right. once confirmed it does, then try to get the windows os to automatically detect and install the cx4800 printer without using the printer drivers that came with the printer.
If after uninstall the printer drivers and your cd/dvd player still doesnt work properly....need likely to reinstall the cd/dvd drivers ..but that can be another ugly problem as for finding the right ones to reinstall.