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Sound Quality I got this stereo today and when I play CDs, the sound of the CD spinning is rather loud. It's like a constant fuzz. I thought maybe something was wrong, so I exchanged the stereo for another; however, the new one does the same thing. It's obnoxious and distracting.

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Maybe there's something on the inside that is hitting or rubbing on the CD. Try looking inside of the disk bay to see if there is anything that would be touching the cd that may not be needed, and remove it.

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How can I increase the loudness of the CDs burned on the internal CD-RW drive?

You can use a free software audio editing and recording program called Audacity. Using this program load your stereo track(s) into Audacity, then look in the effects menu and select normalize. Make sure to set highest loudness level to 0 db, which is the maximum digital volume level. You can hear the difference in volume when you use the test button. If you can't still get enough over all volume level with the normalize feature then you will need to compress and limit the stereo track, but I don't suggest getting your over all loudness levels that high because it ruins and lowers the dynamics of your music. Another words when you compress and boost the over all loudness of your album then all your music is at the same highest audio level which is very ear fatiguing. It may sound better to you at first at louder volume levels but you will quickly learn to hate it over time because it does not sound natural. That is why most music today is all about loudness and ear fatigue. And because of the loudness wars going on today every Record company is trying to have the loudest album out there thinking it will sell more copies. It is all false baloney, it really should be about the quality and dynamics of your sound instead of how loud it is.

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Sound problems

are the cds you are using copys or originals as sometimes the copy wont give you the stereo sound that you want but if you are getting stereo sound through the radio and all speakers are working there should be no reason why you dont get sound through all 4 speaker through the cd as they all go through the same channels and produce sound the same way as the radio the only problem i ever had with sound was that the copys wouldnt give me stereo sound but the only other problem could be is that the cd player in the unit is damaged or something come loose on the actuall cd unit in the player itself have you tried ajusting the loudness of each speaker and see if their is any sound at all if not and you are using originall cds then their should be no problem with the sound you could try turning the stereo sound off and have it on mono then see if you get any sound in the other speakers if not then it is fault with the unit itself this can be difficult to repair and expensive to get parts for how old is unit try playing round with the speaker volumes if this dont change anything and the mono and stereo sound dont change anything then it will need to be repaired so i would sugest to take this to repair shop as this would be difficult to repair hope this is some help to you ........................................

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Your turntable is a preamp. Your amplifier might be going bad. did you connect it into phono? dont connect it into the cd or dvd input because those wont work.

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archo69..big chance your laser is on its way also can be the bottom lense is dirty to ,but this requires your stereo to be removed .dismantled and cleaned manually

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1. Check all cable connections to make sure they're secure. 2. Replace the cable connecting the CD unit to your receiver. 3. Clean the contacts on the player and receiver with electronics-grade contact cleaner. good luck

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