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When you record from an external source, the data transfer may be too slow to produce quality recordings. If you're able to download the external source first, then burn it to disk, it should produce good quality recordings.
First of all, CD-RW will not work in most regular CD players.
CD-R should work in other players but you will need to finalise them first. Refer to your manual on how to finalise a disc. Once finalised your discs should play in 99% of machines. Only very old machines (from the 80s) might have problems.
I have the same problem - looked in manual - that means it needs service - spoke to Harmon Kardon - the only place that is still set up to potentially fix this problem is in California - I am in NY - apparently a certain kind of jig is needed and no one else has anymore....I am going to call the place in California back to see what they charge - but I am afraid the whole thing could cost a bunch - but I love this machine.
Hi! usually dedicated AUDIO disks are recognized, provided they have been fully finalized at the end of the record session. This works also with "standard" disks except poor quality one's (the cheapest, in fact!) If the problem persists, perhaps the LENS is dusty, or greasy , or worse :( You can clean it with a cleaning CD or open the box and CAREFULLY clean it with any optical paper, eventually 70° alcohol. You can also fix the green screw on the left of the lens but this is not recommended if y're not familiar with the guts of the machine. So avoid. Papooh