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NO sound from my sony mdx-c8200

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I have a 2nd hand sony mdx-8200. The radio and voice prompts come through the speakers clearly but when i play an md no sound comes through the speakers but the display does all the right things. I do not have the stick control or remote so can not turn off the ATT like the manual suggest can anyone help??

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  • Anonymous Sep 13, 2008

    I have the same problem, I got this unit from a friend that came from japan, but I think it is a non mdlp md unit, so gonna try to record an md in non mdlp md mode.



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I had the same problem before with the same unit, and I found that the problem was only the recording format, you have to record your MDs in SP mode, this is because, the mdx-c8200 is a non MDLP MD compatible unit. So, if you want to listen your MDs on your mdx-c8200 just don t record em in LP mode, just SP mode.

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