You should be connecting this product to a dj mixer because this unit has no internal mixer.To accomplish this you should connect the two outputs lines for channel 1 from this cd player to the two input lines on channel 1 of your mixer and the same for channel two, connect channel two from your cd player to the channel two input on your mixer and then hook your mixer to a amplifier, then amplifier to speakers. D.J Fire in Louisiana***
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I can give you a name of a person who has fixed jukebox's for years, I don't know if he is still in business, but worth a try. His phone number is 1 613 475 6155 and he lives in Canada, feel free to use my name John Cunningham.
Hi, No problem,You need to connect "CD" to" Receiver" in a regular way just to play .. (output of CD-TO- input of Receiver) ..use either "RCA analog (red/white ) " or "optic " cable.(any standard optical cable )...optic is the best way to connect it..Remember your CD's "OUT" goes into" IN " pls also remember,wherever you connect your CD on your Receiver,you should switch the source selector accordingly to correspond to the connection on the back... Hope this helps!..if more help requires pls let me know. Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :)
Swap the left and right to see if it follows. Twist the cable as you re-insert it at each end so it wipes any light oxides away.
Your receiver could be the source of the problem, too. Turn it OFF and manually operate all of it's controls and switches throughout their ranges, especially those that are rarely used, like Tape Monitor or Mute. Built up internal resistance might be the problem.
Try connecting the CD player to another input (not PHONO).
the esm 5.1 is on a lot of nsm models if you need the manual email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
i will posta dvd disc with manual and service guide for free on some models there is a switch for mono/stereo
Spoke with "Doctor Jukebox" from Folsom, CA about a similar problem I had. You can find him
I did NOT have the "2222" display issue.
Root cause: The laser isn't "seeing" the CD and interprets inability to
see as being the end of the track, therefore, puts the CD back into the
1) Clean the lens. Be careful to use an appropriate lens cleaning
solution. The lens is made of plastic and may cloud up if a harsh
solution is used. Use a Q-tip dipped into the cleaning solution and
gently clean the lens using a side-to-side motion, not a front-to-back
motion. Wait for a bit until the lens is completely dry, then try
playing a CD. (note: this fixed the problem for me)
If that doesn't work...
2) Replace the laser module. It's easy to remove with a torx. Be
gentle when disconnecting and reconnecting the ribbon cable and/or other
connections so you don't bend the leads. Laser modules cost a few
hundred dollars, so try Solution 1) above before replacing the module.
You may possibly have a fault with the RED RCA output plug on your CD possibly a loose wire on the internal side or a faulty plug altogether. Try plugging it into another stereo and see if the problem replicates itself.... if so then i am sure that will be the case.