Question about Alesis MasterLink ML9600 Master Disk Recorder
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: masterlink ml-9600
To delete a Track from a playlist, you must currently have that Track selected in the display. Pressing the DEL TRACK button will cause a confirm delete page to be displayed,where "Song 01" is the name of the Track to be deleted. Pressing UP/YES will remove that Track from the playlist, moving the next Track in the playlist in its place. Pressing DOWN/NO will cancel the operation and return the unit to its previous state.
NOTE: Deleting a Track from a playlist does not delete the audio samples from the hard disk. The audio remains on the disk in an "Audio File"
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
SOURCE: My Alesis Masterlink ML 9600
Yikes, that is pretty much as bad as it sounds. That means you have major hardware failure inside the device, specifically the control board of the player. This is basically the main piece of the device and is quite expensive to replace, many times the board itself costs more than a new unit, let alone and service charges to put it in. Unfortunately you are going to be far better off just replacing this unit.
One thing to try, to see if somehow it is just a temporary glitch (I doubt it is, but worth a try) is to just unplug it from the power source for a good 5 minutes, then replug it in. Hopefully that will "kick-start" the board back into gear and get it working at least for a while again. Definitely worth a try.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
Instead of going for the big deal, I'd start small. Look at the drives first. I'm in the process of rebuilding a Masterlink, and I got the "178" error after installing the new 30GB HDD because I left the jumper in the factory position ("Cable Select"). I repositioned the jumper to "Master" and no more error. The CD drive is currently out of the unit (being replaced) and that's creating a 277 error. I'm assuming once the replacement CD drive is installed (tonight) that will go away too. Replacement hard disks and cd-rw drives are cheap- . I'd try swapping them out and/or examining the jumpers and cables before assuming you need more expensive electronic repairs.... Good luck! I may need it too!
Posted on Jun 10, 2014
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