Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The question is too vague and unit is said to be a shelf system so when you play something you should get audio out of it right way. Start with the radio- get audio in the speakers then move on to less likely items of failure like the CD player and then cassette if it has one. Systems with everything inside one box are known by everyone to be hard to work on and costly to keep working due to many break downs. They are designed to go 3-4 years and then be replaced.
Posted on Dec 06, 2012
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