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Cd player problem

All three cd players have bad static in playing a cd. Doesn't matter how loud or what eq setting it is on. Doesn't do it on radio.....

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From your brief description it sounds like there is a faulty component in the CD detector and pre amp section of the CD side of your sound system.

The Radio has its own separate Radio Frequency detecter circuitry and pre amp section so thats why the radio is OK.

There is no quick fix until the CD section can be inspected and the item causing the fault replaced..

Cheers From YUBEUT..

Posted on Nov 24, 2007


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