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Inserting blank spaces while recording to tape (Auto Space) The Auto Space Function inserts a 3-second blank space between each track while recording from MDs to tapes, allowing you to use the AMS function during later playback. Press A.SPACE repeatedly until “A.SPACE” appears in the display. To cancel Auto Space Press A.SPACE repeatedly until “A.SPACE” disappears. Note If the Auto Space Function is on while recording a selection containing multiple track numbers, (for example, a medley or symphony), blank spaces will be inserted within the selection whenever the track number changes.
After speaking with a Hitachi consultant friend they said the individual dock is not sold seperately from the whole unit currently, at one point it was available but not now. She suggested a few things to try. 1. Look at online parts stores for electronics.. it may be a long time GOOGLING but she said some older suppliers may still have stock. She said the part number on the dock itself is what you need to look for not the actual AXM system number. 2. You can get a 3.5mm headset jack to RCA output cables (the red and white male ends) that would be able to plug into the input of the unit and you would plug the headset jack in the Ipod like headphones. 3. Look on ebay or other sales sites for used systems like yours that are not working or broken. You can get the extra part from them and discard the non functioning part.. or contact the seller to see about only being sent the ipod dock.
I located a reset on the mp3 player and used it by inserting a paper clip in the little tiny reset hole. Fixed the problem, but trying to locate the reset hole is no small feat, a magnifying glass would probably be useful.
Pull the power cord. Make sure the three-position switch with "REC/Standby/PLAY" is in the middle position, then plug the cord back in. Wait a minute, then press POWER. Now load a disk and wait 1 minute for it to read the Table of Contents (TOC). Either it will show the tracks, or it will say 'empty disk'. Let us know what happens from there, okay?
Well I think thats the probem about this pc's they can't copy a cd file to the pc if its an original, but if copying the files to a new cd it will. maybe it has a copyright. for the pc. well I tried nero to change the file, cuz' sometimes the file is a different format.
or you may use Itunes from apple to download them into your HD. then try to reformat them using nero. ( if nero will)
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just go to "My Computer" on your desktop or start menu and go to the removable drive which would be your mp3 player. The hardware might be incorrectly linked to the computer, the usb cable could be messed up or the computer could just not read it without a cd to install the driver correctly.