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SOURCE: AUX connection from Tape Karaoke Machine to CD Player= no music

Probable that it IS Outdated. CD input May be to Hi or Low for "OLDER" Units

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1 ensure your reciever is also set to AUX .
2 try another AUX device such as an MP3 player or CD player and check that your Receiver AUX function is working.
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Probable that it IS Outdated. CD input May be to Hi or Low for "OLDER" Units

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