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if it's just been bought take it back, if you cannot take it beck, cough cough, open it up there is a black band around the wheel of the tape wheel it is a common error on most tape machine's especially the old car radio's, it looks like a small elastic band in black you may have trouble in getting to it but at least if this is the case you can either buy one or try put it back on and see what happens, if it works a peggs out again them maplin should sell them, hope this help's, paul :)
It can if your computer has a 3.5mm jack audio imput.
What you need to have on your unit is and audio out socket. But if it doesn't have one you can use the headphone output. Then all you need is a lead. If you have the output sockets you just need a 3.5 jack to two RCA phono plugs one. If not you will need a 3.5 to 3.5 lead.
If using the headphone output, keep the volume low, use the computer recording device to adjust the signal level. NEVER turn the volume up high. Again if you are using the headphone output set tone controls to neutral, otherwise you will have either too much bass or treble on your recordings.
You can use the computer speakers to monitor the sound. Or you can get a headphone adapter plug that will allow to jacks to go into the headphone output of your unit, so you can connect a pair of headphones, but as I said don't mess with the volume control.
Check out if the earth connections are are good in the jack.
Are you connecting to a dedicated socket for turntables on your amp? Turntables have to have a pre-amp stage (unlike CD/Tape) before they go to the main pre-amp. If the Teac doesn't have a turntable socket, you will need to buy a pre-amp for the turntable.
Does your sonus system has pre-out? you can directly connect one single rca cable to each output into the speakers. make sure, each speakers is set to left and right each channel. these switches can be found above the rca input of the beolab 8000 next to the power link input. You have to understand that by using powerlink source cable is ideal only for other bang&olufsen equipments......however, there are other options, if u don't have a pre-amp output of your amplifier, you can also modify the speaker out of the amp, thru a conversion cable available from bang & olufsen, with an rca cable left and right channel, without interfering with the powerlink.
This is a problem with a simple answer. As newer disk technology comes out, newer electronics come out to work with them. Most likely your Kareoke machine is older and not compatible with burnt cds. As long as you are ok with buying regular CD+G disks, you should be fine. If you are interested in making or copying CD+G disks from others, you should consider investing in a new Kareoke machine. As per your question of it being correctable, to my knowlege, No. The electronics in older kareoke machines are not meant to handle CD-Rs or CD-RWs and in order to correct it you would have to somehow frankenstein a new circuit board in somewhere to allow it to handle CD-R/W Disks. As I don't know what is necessary, I am not sure if this is even possible. Like I said if you need this function, you are better of just getting a new Kareoke machine and selling your old one to offset the cost. Make sure the new one handles CD-R and CD-RW disks. Some more expensive ones will also handle Kareoke DVDs as well and have an A/V out so you can display the information on your TV(some of them will even handle DVD-Rs as well). Just look for that information on the box or ask a store representative for that information and they should be able to help you.
Fleco is out of business. They offered NO support when they were in business. The machine itself is a good one when it's working. If the upper unit is out your best bet is to replace it with another unit (using the existing box speakers and amp). If the Amp is the problem it can be repaired by a competent repairman That's willing to take his time. Schematic is not available. I repaired my own amplifier. The biggest problem is capacitors and little 8pin op amps. The parts are dirt cheap and available from several sources. (Mouser and Digi-key)