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Cant't get it to work

Hi there,Well ive had it to play a disk,But i can't get it to record when im playing my keyboard,or Guitar,Hope you can help .many thanks.
Averil

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  • blondie54 Jan 31, 2008

    Ill try that,Many thanks to you .

    Averil x

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Are you running your keyboard etc through an amp or mixer? You need to connect the pre-amp outputs / tape outputs of that amp or mixer to the analogue inputs of the cdr.

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