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The skiball machine 40 hole, isnt registering. I need the replacement switch. How can I talk to Md sports. I need their phone number


Ted, could not find a phone #, they do not list it, you can cotact them through links below.
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http://themdsports.com/

http://themdsports.com/en/member/login.php?rtn=%2Fen%2Fmember%2Fissues.php

http://themdsports.com/en/contact/index.php

Apr 14, 2016 | Televison & Video

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Where is the second harddrive on medion MD-96327


Does it have a second HDD or is it a Recovery Partition? C would be the primary, if you have a D, it may be a Partition of the primary? I looked at the specs, if you have a total of 160GB combined in C & D. Use this little freeware program to ID your System Info: http://www.filehippo.com/download_speccy/

Apr 14, 2013 | Medion MD-40954 Notebook

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I am trying to connect my Garrad sl 75 turntable to my Kenwood KC 105 amplifier, I connected the phono wires into the phono connectors on back of amplifier and the speakers i connected to output on back of...


If the player has a MD/MC pickup head, you need to use an input suitable for MD/MC
(Magneto Dynamic/Moving Coil). If that is not available, you need to buy a standalone
phono pre-amp (pre-amplifier with RIAA-correction curve). Like the TCC TC-400G/L.
Example: See HERE and some info HERE.

Oct 13, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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I just bought a pioneer pl-420 direct drive record player and when i hooked it up to my samsung home theater system via the aux ports in front but when i play records the sound is too low im have to turn...


If the player has a MD/MC pickup head, you need to use an input suitable for MD/MC
(Magneto Dynamic/Moving Coil). If that is not available, you need to buy a standalone
phono pre-amp (pre-amplifier with RIAA-correction curve). Like the TCC TC-400G/L.
Example: See HERE and some info HERE.

Oct 07, 2011 | Pioneer PL-990 Turntable

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I have a Peavey MD II 12x2 mixer. The left channel won't play in the output jacks. It's going into the board and the light registers that it is receiving a signal. What is the problem and could it just...


get a good 5 to 10 power eye loupe..get a good controlled heat antistatice solder iron, check all the soldering on this unit,,you probably have some cracked joints..other than that I would need more info to help you.

Nov 14, 2010 | Peavey Audio Players & Recorders

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How do you do a recovery on a medion pc?


Click on this link:

http://www.medion.co.uk/

then click on the second tab "service and support"

then a little further down click on "drivers, updates, and manuals"

Then you will need to enter your serial number and other info to ensure you receive the correct info. I believe you should find recovery info in the manual.

Hope this helps.

Jan 25, 2010 | Medion MD-1704 PC Desktop

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I have a sony mini disc recorder walkman mz-n505, and it is skipping out in ten to twenty second intervals when traveling on my bike. It has never done this in the past, do you think it needs cleaned? It...


Unfortunately this is usually the sign of a failing read/record head unit.

MD players don't work like CD players in that the disc is not constantly spinning and the head is not constantly reading. Instead, the disc spins up and the head reads enough information into memory to play; if there is an error in reading the info the head will make multiple attempts to retrieve the data until it's complete. normally this is highly successful and is why MD players are usually regarded as the best electro-mechanical music delivery system for runners, cyclists and any other moving application.

When the head mechanism wears out the errors increase and the head has to oversample frequently to get the data. Eventually it's doing this so often that it can't also cope with the additional requirements of being in a moving environment and runs out of data, causing skipping and black outs. At the moment your player is fine when stationary but you'll soon find that it will begin to skip even under those conditions.

MD head cleaners are available, but I stopped using them years ago as they are a waste of money. MD's themselves have protective covers which prevent the disc from getting dirty, this also means that they do not transfer dirt to the heads. MD units also do not open all the way like most CD units, so there is no opportunity to accidentally touch the heads. In practice, you'll only find an MD cleaner to be of potential use if you live in a very dusty environment. In most cases if the MD head has actually got dirty enough to need cleaning then an MD cleaner simply isn't man enough for the job.

Replacement heads are rarely available these days and even when they are they're a 'mare to replace. I'd suggest looking out for a free/cheap replacement player. FreeCycle often has free examples which I've sometimes found to be boxed and unused as MD wasn't everyone's cup of tea. This is great for the likes of us as it also means that there are plenty of cheap MD units around as well and also lots of free/cheap used discs (although not all can be erased and re-recorded on).

Oct 01, 2009 | Tascam Dp-02cf Digital 8-track Recorder

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NEED A DRIVER FOR PC


google sony go to sony us there are drivers & soft ware there for walkman mz-n505 good luck worked for me

Jun 16, 2007 | Sony Net MD Walkman MZ-N505

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