Question about Durabrand WD810
I don't condone cheap CD players, I warned the person who I installed it for, it's been about a month, suddenly the player will not accept a cd. If you stick it in there, it's like the player sensor doesn't pick up that there's a cd being fed. so you gotta kinda shove it in there. but it won't play still. What you actually have to do to get the player to accept the cd, is hit the eject button, and kinda hold the cd to the point where the wheels are grazing the edge, then when the cycle is done, it'll suck the cd in and play fine. Any way I can just fix this for these people? I really don't like unsatisfied customers.
I have had mine for 3yrs and it just smoked
last night(12/04-03/08). I had it in one of my demo cars to prove a
point. That a properly installed and maintained budget system is
possible and will outlast and out perform many Well Know brands. I have
3 show cars for my shop one budget(montero), mid level price
point(dodge stealth r/t) and a full blown w/ ppi amps, mb quart
speakers eclipse devices(bmw m3)
The PPI amps have smoked several times, to the point that I no longer carry PPI. My point being that no matter what you buy there is a good chance it will breakdown w/o routine cleaning and care.
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
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