Question about Nakamichi MF-51 5-Disc CD Changer
Can't play recorded cd's in my nak m-51 cd changer,any way to bypass this?
Ya know on a original store bought CD the burn process is different cd-r burn your own.. The laser sends out to read the information off the disc and on a store bought copy ithe lazer p/u gets back about 90+ % of the info.. on a burn your own disc for the ubit to read the lazer reads the music and then the laer recovers on ly about 70+% of the information. If the unit reads the disc burned yourself at all, its just a matter of time before your lazer overhaets and burns out.. Its happened to me on several old school alpine 7907 7902 and a kenwood kdc 95r plus a nak mb1000 maybe if its burned in cd not mp3 format but i ruined a perfectly close to mint 7907 old school 1000 head unit over burning my own discs and cant find a new lazer
Posted on Jun 10, 2012
Try this link. It offers resistor changes which are designed to fix your problem of inability to play any CD R. on that model Nakamichi. jacknz0 http://home.cogeco.ca/~niteowl/Nak_MF51.jpg
Posted on May 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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