How can I connect it to the "Front Games and mp3 Inputs
I have recently purchased this unit
5-Disc CD Changer Shelf System
AM/FM Digital Tuner
Model Number: RS2663
Which is equiped with Front Game and mp3 Inputs (Fast and easy connection to the audio outputs of your game or mp3 portable player)
My question is that my portable mp3 player has a USB connction, how can I connect it to the "Front Games and mp3 Inputs"? I have purchased a Universal MP3 Value Kit from Radio Shack, but it doesn't have anything for the USB connection.
I would appreciate any help you can provide.
Thank you in advance.
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Leah, if you go to wal-mart, you can buy an adapter cord that will plug into the headphone jack of your mp3 player and then plug into your stereo to play your mp3's through it. It looks like a headphone jack on both ends. Cost is approx 3-5 dollars.
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If the unit is controlled by a remote, the symptom you are experiencing could be cause by a function only available on the remote. I discovered this with my Yamaha 5-CD disc changer. However, my unit doesn't have an integrated Stereo. Your unit may mean that the remote handles more features. Search for a button that says MODE or AUX. If you still have the User Manual with the system, check to see what these buttons describe as controlling which features. Check back with me.
If this is the correct model number CD-C622 there doesn't appear to be an input. You would need an input to connect this to a television and get sound out of it. I am copying and pasting the specs "It's a stereo mini-system with 40 watts per channel, and it incorporates a
three-disc CD changer, a dual-well cassette deck, and an AM/FM tuner.
The CD-C622 is equipped with surround sound decoding and surround
speakers that add an extra ambiance to music. CD functions include
32-track programmability and repeat/random playback. The radio offers 40
station presets. The cassette deck has full-logic controls. There's a
front panel clock/timer and a multi-color fluorescent display. A
five-program equalizer gives you presets to suit different types of
music, and there's a bass boost function, too. This system also comes
with a Toslink digital audio output for recording CDs onto CD-R or
Unless the input was omitted from this listing of the specs there wouldn't be a way to connect this to a television. I recommend purchasing a sound bar.
You could try a CD lens cleaning disc which will clean any dust off the laser lens. But it is possible the laser power can be low if it is an old player. this will stop the discs being read fence the fault No CD as it cant see the disc. This will mean either a new laser assembly or complete CD deck. Try the cleaning disc first and if that does not work take it to a service centre or just use it as a radio cassette in the garage.
RD probably stands for "Reading Disc" and ND probably stands for "No Disc". If the CD player doesn't recognize any discs, then either the laser is dead or the motor has died. MOst likely you will have to replace the unit.
HI... You wont be able to play any new format CDs on an old Fisher or any other older make . It 's the internal decoder logic that's needed. And older players dont have it. As far as top-loaders..Do a websearch . I dont know of any.