After not being used for about 6 months, the left player plays the audio but not the video from CDG discs. The right one performs properly. Tachnically, how does the slider switch the video between the players ? What could be causing this problem ? Are there any outhorized service providers in Ontario for Newmark products, preferrably near Ottawa, Canada ?
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Have you tried isolating the problem, like switching cables from the left side that is not making noise? Also check connections,
I say this all the time and use all the time.... electronics spray contact cleaner, usually takes care of crackling noises
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Hi, use the RCA/Phono connections for the Tape In & Out. The level will be set by the Master/Main fader. If that is not so convenient (& assuming it's a PMP4000?) there should be a "Main 2" output & connections with the level controlled separately to Main 1 via a Knob / Rotary control over to the right above the "Mono" fader... Hope that helps... Good Luck!
Educated guess is the deck cannot read the disc for some reason and is trying to find the index to start reading it. Try another disc and see if you have the same problem. Some discs will not play on some machines especially if you copied them yourself due to data duplicating copy guards installed in some machines.
If the unit is still within warranty, then it should be returned for repair by the manufacturer. If not, and you are handy with a screwdriver, then you may be able to fix it yourself.
Although I am not familiar with this precise model, in my experience most units of this type are based on standard optical drives, just like in a PC. If you remove the front panel of the unit, you should be able to find the emergency release hole: a small hole just wide enough to push a straightened paper clip into, which should release the drawer.
It sounds like the cables you are using, or the way you have it wired into the system are not correct. If you are using the stereo channels on the mixer, then the system also needs to be wired in stereo to the proper amp and speakers. Otherwise you hear the left or right side of the stereo mix, and not all of the music correctly. Another problem may be the kind of cables you are using to wire the MP3 player to the mixer with. If you are using a 1/8" adapter to the MP3 player, make sure it is a STEREO 1/8" adapter, and that both left and right channels are plugged into the mixer, preferably on the first two inputs to test and see that both channels are indeed coming through. Then you may move them to a stereo channel. Again, make sure that the system is wire in stereo in order to hear both sides, Good Luck