Question about Sony MDS-JE440 Mini Disc Player
Can i record from a computer to my mini disc if so what cables do i need
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
optical will work any way you connect................connect mini out( play mode) to cd-r rec (in) recording or cd player (out) to mini (swithch to record, optical/line in/mic) the optical cable you have should work if all connection are fitted well. i record cd to mini using optical and vice versa all the time. just make sure you are connected correctly to what you wanna do
Posted on May 25, 2009
When you get done recording, do you wait until the "TOC" light stops flashing? If you cut off power before the Table Of Contents is written, then it can't find all your music. Even if you eject, it should still flash a little red TOC or UPDATE before it spits the disc out. Check for that. okay?
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
Strange one this! C13 is a protection error, but the machine should play discs that it recorded. It could be that you may have to give the laser lens a good cleaning by using a cotton bud and a little isopropyl alcohol. You will have to remove the cover to do this and when you clean the lens use a gentle circular motion.
Don't soak the cotton bud when you do this but if you do, remove any excess liquid. Leave it for about 5-10 minutes then try the machine again.
If there is no change, then you will have to take it to a service centre in your area.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
First of all, the remote has nothing to do with anything. Neither does the PEAK HOLD function.
Apparently, your source is not putting out a lot of signal. Check to see if it has a volume control. Or that you are connected to the right output (line level and not headphone out, for instance).
Of course, you can always turn up the recording volume on the 480. That's what it is there for. You can go up 12dB, which is plenty. And you can turn that up with the remote or with the AMS dial.
Posted on Jan 17, 2012
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