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This is normally caused by a dirty lens. It will play cds because they are easier to read, but dvds use the whole lens to play. You need to run a lens cleaner in your system and it will work like it should.
You must get a Roland or Boss B.R.A. adapter, I just got mine from Sweetwater for 27.00 or something like that, fixed the problem completely, no 3rd party adapters, it's rigged so you must buy theirs, If you use a 3rd party adapter, it will fire up, and run "analog" test error there after. I hope this helps somebody. Peace Out!!
You have a couple of options with your guitar input. You can either plug your guitar directly into the right (Hi-Z) input and use the Tascam's onboard effects with it instead of your effect pedal.
You can put your pedal in the chain between your guitar and the (Hi-Z) input. So guitar into pedal is, pedal out into Tascam Hi-z in. (Still doesn't use the amp).
Or my preferred method for recording guitar would be to mic the amp. In that case you'd just input a microphone (placed about 8-12 inches from your amp) and record your guitar that way. The mic would be plugged into either one of the Tascams two mic inputs to record the amps speaker output while your guitar, pedal and amp would just be hooked up in the normal way.
Please note: Never plug the output from an amp into any of the Tascams inputs. Those inputs are line-level and the speaker output level which comes out of an amp out would damage your Tascam.
To get a backing song into a track in your Tascam, you'll have to first, using a PC, get the song into a 16 bit mono Wav file format. Then you'll have to use the USB import function to copy that wav file onto your Tascam onto the CF media cards fat partition. From the you'll be able to import it into the Tascam choosing which track it will import into.
If the unit has an auxillary input you can attach your device to it. If not you could by a transmitter to broadcast the audio and then tune it in with the stereo, although there will be quality loss and the transmitters are a bit pricey for what they do, generally less then $30
I saw on another JVC systems manual that its an error message that shows when the tray isn't fully open due to an obstruction.
If you can locate a manual eject button(usualy you'll need to insert some tip into it) it will help you eject the tray and look for any obstructions, anything looking out of the ordinary there.
at least that way you'll be able to take your cds out...
You can also try disconnecting the system from all power sources for a few days(including an internal battery), maybe the reset will jog it back to working order.
If you're out of warranty and know your way around those things, try taking it apart, cleaning as much as you can, and look for anything out of the ordinary, like broken gears or pins, bent parts, a cog, etc.