Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I am coming in on line in rca's ( on a teac rwcd22 cd recorder) and am recieving signal when i select the analog input selector but when i try to hit record the player reads "no cd - da:d2" i have switched the type of cd and am pretty sure that the solution isnt in the cd but something to do with dubbing mode. please help me I am not incompetent with audio equipment and am pretty frustrated as to why this isnt working!!
Are you using a MUSIC CD-R or CD-RW? You cannot use regualr computer CDR or RW discs in a standalone audio recorder. You must use special blank discs which are specifically designated as for "Music" or "audo". THey have a special code on them that indicates such, and usually cost a bit more than computer discs because an extra tax goes to the recording industry..
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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