Firstly - I can't find my product which is Denon DRA-700AEDAB
My cassette deck is hooked up to the CDR+Tape channel on my receiver and I have had no problem playing cassettes. But now the window says CDR/ipod Not Connect instead of CD+Tape and I can't play my cassettes.
I do not have the ipod Dock Connector, changed any settings or altered any of the connection wires. After checking everything, all is the same as it use to me. Can you help, it's driving me nuts?
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The Denon will act just like a standard tape recorder. It should have an audio in, for recording. If that socket is connected to the audio out of a tape socket on your receiver, the Denon will pick up the signals that are sent to your receiver from whatever source. All you have to do is follow the instructions for recording on the Denon then. If you have lost the user manual for it, it's free on-line.
ANY analog tape deck or external processor woul go into the VCR OUT / IN pair or the CDR/Tape OUT / IN pair. Out of one device to in of the next then back.
Though not specifically addressed in the manual, I believe that operationally, ONLY ANALOG sources will go OUT to the Tape or Processor (whether or not the Tape or VCR is selected). Once you select either one of those the analog audio will be heard AFTER the external device proceeses or records it. It would be the same as Playing a tape.
However, digital sources will be disabled once the VCR or Tape is selected.
All yo need to use for the connection is to get an RCA TO STEREO JACK HEAD (use the google image to see the type of cable).. Connect to denon 700aedab, make sure that the denon 700aedab is on either aux, tunner,video,etc. Those auxillary options on your denon 700aedab.
Connect the RCA into the aux of the denon 700aedab and connect the small jack head into the laptop ( where you plug in earphones),and play and enjoy your music.
If it does not play with aux try tunner, or video, one mustplay,and if it does ot play any, that means either the port of your laptop or the denon 700aedab port is faulty.
And don't forget to connect the speaker,because diffidently you will sure hear absolutely nothing with out the speaker.
do you remember how your connection was before the RR tape deck? if so connect it back that same exact (when every thing was recording / playing) way as before....(you also need to purchase 4 gold tip "y" connector jacks (2 RCA female to 1 RCA male)) ... in / out jacks you just plug the cassette deck will be shared with the RR tape deck...just note you will not be able to record from cassette to RR tape or vice versa...but you will be record from all other sources... feel free to rate the help
IF YOUR NOT USING A DENON IPOD DOCKING STATION IT WILL NOT FUNCTION CORRECTLY.
YOU CAN CONNCET OTHER TYPES OF IPOD DOCKING STATIONS BUT YOU WILL NOT HAVE CONTROL THROUGH THE DENON AND ONLY CONNECT THE AUDIO FOR THAT DOCKING STATION TO THE DENON AS ANOTHER SOURCE INPUT