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It wont record all my cd tracks, its starts

My philips 765 cd recorder it wont record all my cd tracks, its starts recording and then in the 20 second it stops

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Sounds more like it won't record ANY of your CD tracks. Is there any indication why? Are you sure it has audio coming in? Many CD recorders will automatically stop recording if they sense extended silence.

Posted on Nov 20, 2009

  • jeromy young
    jeromy young Dec 01, 2013

    yes it shows sound going into the mixer that we use at church

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