Over half of my cds come up as unknown, when I rip them.
I now have a long list of unknown CDs recorded on my WACS700.
I have the same problem in my car but can manually type in a title for each CD.
Is this possible with my Phillips CD?
Rip on a pc (win med player) has access to bigger more up to fate library, then transfer using software at http://www.lucia-mathias.com/wacs/ its much better than philips software and allows upload back to pc.
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This fault can be caused by a second CD having been forced into the drive somehow. Shine a torch into the slot to check. A friend of mine had 3 CDs stuffed into the drive by his toddler! Unfortunately the drive did not survive.
I had the same problem, i have now upgreaded the firmware off the philips site it was released in 2007 and mine had already been done but i did it again and it accepts the CD now, I just need to get it to read the whole cd content
If you have set up the station to receive signals exactly as the manual instructs, try establishing the connection in a different room. I found that the original room that I tried to set the station up in had too much interference. Loaded fine in the kitchen.
Try a lens cleaner cd, as when the lens gets misaligned or if it's quite old, it will find it harder to read a DVD as the tracks are much closer together than that of a VCD as they are cd's and their tracks are wider apart and easier to read.