Question about Philips CDR765 2-Disc CD Recorder
I DONT HAVE PROBLEM ONLY I WANT TO BUY ONE PHILIP 765 CDR RECORDER CREATING MUSIC CD'S
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: won't record
I've just spoken to a friend who also has one of these older Philips recorders & he has the same problem.
As per my previous post, he fixed his problem by locating old stocks of blanks. New audio discs seem to have been manufactured & optimised for fast writing speeds (up to 32x speed) & this is causing the problem (you can't write at x1 or x2 speed to these new speedy discs).
Trying a few different brands of discs to try out is a whole lot cheaper than a repair. I suggest when you find a brand that works, you stock up on these discs as it seems they will become ever rarer.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
SOURCE: philips cdr 765
I just purchased one from Ebay. It plays fine on both sides. The recorder will recognize CDR's and the display will say recordable media. But, when I attempt to actually record, it won't work. I have another unit exactly like this one and the CD's I have work fine with that unit. I'm guessing this unit's recorder is bad? Any suggestions? Thanks.
Posted on Feb 26, 2008
Sounds more like it won't record ANY of your CD tracks. Is there any indication why? Are you sure it has audio coming in? Many CD recorders will automatically stop recording if they sense extended silence.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
SOURCE: Philips 765 CDR - twin deck
Remove the 765's casing. If you don't have a star shapped screwdriver use a flat head which sits tight in the screwheads diagonals. Once removed, observe the 765's driver chip which sits behind the recording deck mechanism of the left hand deck. With the power cord disconected carefully remove this chip by gently working a flathead driver between the chip and it's base (the chip is not soldered to it's base but take care not to bend the pins) Once removed, power up the unit for a few seconds making sure that you do not touch the live internal workings. Remove the power cord again and switch the power button on for a few seconds(with no power chord attached) to allow the units capacitors to discharge fully . Gently replace the driver chip. Replace the cover and switch the unit on again. The unit should reboot and the gremlins should be gone.
Posted on Dec 25, 2010
SOURCE: I have a CDR 765
Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com NO-OPC ..............laser power calibration failed. Recording no longer possible It implies the unit could not satisfactorily adjust to the reflectivity of the medium. Try another disc or even another brand.
Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com
NO-OPC ..............laser power calibration failed. Recording no longer possible
It implies the unit could not satisfactorily adjust to the reflectivity of the medium.
Try another disc or even another brand.
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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