As I was driving, my cd player was working fine, untill I decided to change cds and all of a sudden I got a *ERROR 1* message!!! The disc goes in fine but the player don't read it. What could be the problem??
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Hi, It could be a scratched cd or a dirty lazer inside the unit. Any car wax or pledge works wounders on cd and dvds. And if it's the player you cold look for a lazor head cleaner. It lloks like a cd only it has fine hairs that brush of the lens of the lazer. good luck http://www.amazon.com/Maxell-DVD-LC-DVD-Lens-Cleaner/dp/B00000JPPI
Do you burn your cd's with a computer? If so,what program do you use?If you use Nero,Roxio or any burning software of this sort,the data may not burn correctly resulting in an error during playback.
Another common problem can be the cd you are using or the drive it burns on.There are so many variables in CD burning that can lead to these issues.It happens to me a lot,so the solution is:
Use windows media to burn and it should go well most of the time.If you still have the problem,it may be the drive which can be replaced at low cost.
If they are regular cds you bought from the record company,than it is most likely the brand of car stereo you have.The laser could be damaged from putting scratched or damaged cd's in,or it could just be that the player is not great.
Ah.. Error13! Not again! Anyways this is a very common problem in all kinds of players that have USB support. Error 13 means device communication error usually due to power failure. Looks like some loose contact inside this player. Taking it apart and rewiring will fix the issue..
yes yes yes clean it if that dont work i would just say "sorry" go with a diffrent brand player. cuz my dad has had 3 or 4 of them and i had 2 of them and they never lasted of held up. they have all fried to easy. i dont trust sony car equipment.
Sony say in the manual that if you record high bit-rate mp3's the sound may be intermittent.
I feel this is due to the decoder having to move ALOT of bits around to play, try some makeing a disk with mixed rate mp3's on.
e.g.) some 64Kbps, some 128, some 192, and some as high as you can get and see if there is any differ