Question about Philips CDR760 CD Player
Philips audio cd recordable rewritable cdr870 I have put a new cd into this player,and can't seem to record anything. The player is connected properly to the amp,the player is set in analog mode,the amp is switched to the recording mode,I start to play music for the player to record,press the record button on the player and nothing happends.even if I plug phono's direct into just the input's on the player nothing happends.surly when you put a new disc in and the player loads it up.i should be able to press record and the unit should set its self to be ready to go.the player play's cd's fine but to record phew. What am I doing wrong?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Have just purchased a secondhand
Are you sure the TDK blank had either AUDIO/MUSIC somewhere written on the disc...if not, then that is the problem. On the other hand it it should not have recorded or played back as you said it did.
If it did have Audio/Music written on the disc, then first of all give the laser a clean by using either a disc cleaner or better still, take the cover off and gain access to the laser, using a cotton bud, diped in INDUSTRIAL METHALATED SPIRIT (usually coloured purple) do not use medical metholated spirit as oily additives could be added and smear the laser lens. Dry off the lens with the dry end of the cotton bud. Do not soak the cotton bud in the spirit, just a very small amount will do !!!
If it does not work now, try using other good named branded Audio/Music CD-R discs as there appears to be such a variation in the quality of CD discs which is well documented !
Did you FINALISE the TDK disc before you removed it from you recorder??
I have a feeling its the TDK disk.....I avoid TDK if I can...Try Sony or Philips Audio/Music discs, very few failures for me with those brands.
Hope this has ben of some help...good luck
Posted on Sep 29, 2011
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