Question about Harman Kardon CDR30 2-Disc CD Recorder
I have a harman/kardon CDR-26. I have always, previous to HD TV, been able to record the audio only of concerts that I wanted.
I have connected optical cable from the AV receiver (digital out) to the CDR's digital input. When I hit the record button, I get "copy prohibited". I thought this was via the concert. But I get the same message even if I try to record a commercial's audio, just as a test.
Is the cable company doing this ? And why was I able to record before in analog ?
Have a look at the manual for your AV receiver, you may find that you can change the digital output format between DTS mode and PCM(audio) mode. It needs to be in PCM(audio) mode for your CD recorder to be able to record digitally. If that doesn't solve it I can only suggest recording in analogue mode, i.e. taking a stereo analogue signal from your receiver to the analogue inputs of your CD recorder.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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