Cd is struck in the dvd player. how to take it out
We played the children's cd today. when it is over, we wanted to take it out. The player cd chamber is opening. but we could not see the cd. the cd is struck some where in the player it self. we need the help to take it out from the player.
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Re: cd is struck in the dvd player. how to take it out
Find someone not afraid of screwdrivers. UNPLUG the unit from everything and remove the cabinet screws ( most likely a few on the sides and 2 or 3 in back. Put the screws in a ziplock or something so's your dont loose them. Remove said CD and put screws back.
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You should use the mixed audio out connector of the M55 or the two plugs for the component video out. (the bottom two) That should be plugged in on the CD input of the M15.
But I assume you already got any sound out of the set. If you are starting, you really should read the manuals, because there are so many things you have to take in account. It could end you can play CD's, but have to re cable the system when you want to play a DVD or a blue ray.
You are probably clipping in that midrange. Since the DVD player is fine and CD player is distorting: they are line level outputs, If you are running those through an equalizer- the equalizer should allow you add in a 10db attenuation.
If you are running them straight to the amp, The CD line level output should be about 1.5 volt peak to peak, it may be the line level input of your amp is only 1 volt and the DVD player simply has that level of output so does not clip..
Simply adding into the cable a 0.1 microfarad polyester capacitor for each channel should be enough attenuation to avoid clipping. The midrange is where you hear the most content in large part because that is the range that the human ear is most sensitive to. Which is why that portion clips. The DVD audio is actually recorded to the same specs as CD audio. You can confirm this by playing your CD disk in your DVD player. .
Your amplifier is turned on and all the indicator lights work and you made it sure that all the cables, and cords are attached to where they are supposed to be connected and yet you don't get any sound coming out when you play a music. Amplifiers have selector knobs for you to set where your source is coming from. Selector knobs can be set to TUNER, DVD, CD, and AUX. The scenario might be like this: your source is coming from a movie being played on your DVD player connected to your amplifier but your knob selector is set to AUX. Try playing a music selection from your CD player attached to your amplifier and set the selector knob to CD. If still there is no sound coming out you need to have it checked by a qualified technician.
yes you can connect another cd player to the DAT input of your amp. input connections like DAT, TUNER, CD, AUX etc (except phono) is just to differentiate between what sources are connected, the amp cannot tell what source is connected and will output the sound no problem.
as for the remote operation, if the 2 technics cd players are switched on at the same time they're going to do what you command from the remote together but you'll obviously be listening to 1 at a time.
After about 100 CD-DVD units, I've found that most problems are from debris/film on the laser lens. If taking the cover off the unit doesnt scare you, unplug it and blow out the CD assembly with a can of compressed CO2 and VERY lightly clean the laser lens with 91% or better alcohol on a cotton swab. If that doesnt work , contact Cambridge Audio for a repair service.
Thanks guys, but i solved my problem, i experimented and decided that i would run my DVD player (Aux Out) as a CD player through the Equaliser in [Rec] and from equaliser out [Play] i went into Tape Play on Amp, then i connected my Turntable CD Radio System to the Tape 1 Rec on Equaliser and then from Tape 1 Play on Equaliser went into the Tape 2 on AMP then i could use Aux in on Amp to connect my Laptop via my laptops headphone socket my laptop has an equaliser so i didn't need to connect to pioneer EQ, i also connected a small 5.1 to the DVD's 5.1 and connected 4 *45w Speakers to the AMP. and i can say it was FANTASTIC i couldn't get to 5 on my volume it was un @$#%believable.
"Where there's an In, there's an Out".
Sounds like an internal prob within the reciever, since recievers have radio tuners in em, maybe a prob in the input switching in it.
I assume you are running unbalanced rca cables out of the dvd player into the reciever as it probably doesn't have balanced input capability, unbalanced lines are susceptible to R.F.I. ( radio frequency interference ) but I doubt if that's the problem here unless maybe you are running very long cable lengths from the dvd player to the reciever.
Try using a different input and see if the problems still there, can use any input other than phonograph really as they are all line level inputs.