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TEAC GF-650 Using the AUX Input jacks, cannot record cassettes and pre-recorded cds. The recording modes look normal, but when I listen to the newly burned cd, there's no sound. I'm using the correct blank cds, so that's not the problem (CD-R digital audio recordable). The instructions for using AUX is very, very brief. I need more step-by-step instructions. Do I need a cables for AUX OUT too? Thanks! Connie Hooper cshooper@pacbell.net

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  • cshooper Mar 22, 2008

    Is this the same manual that I received with the stereo system? Thanks!

  • cshooper Mar 22, 2008

    That was no help! I don't have a GF-180!

  • cshooper Mar 27, 2008

    With my TEAC GF-650, I cannot record from tapes and other cds from my older stereo system to the AUX mode of the TEAC system. Everything that I can see shows that the TEAC is recording, but when I listen to my cds (after finalizing) I hear nothing. The instructions are unclear about recording from the AUX mode. Do you have any suggestions as to why it isn't working? The TEAC does record LPS with no problems. What am I doing wrong? Thank you!

  • cshooper Mar 28, 2008

    Hi!

    I have an old (early 90's) Yamaha YST-C10 stereo system with "Active Servo Technology". It consists of AM/FM radio, CD player and dual cassette player/recorder. It may be old, but still plays great! It has only AUX inputs. Consumer Reports rated it the best of compact stereos at the time. I hope you can help! Thanks!

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Hi,

What is the source of your audio?

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If you have not any solution you can buy a service manual at link below:
http://www.user-manuals.com/service-manual-TEAC-GF650.html
It gives a lot of information at low cost.
good luck!

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    I suggest to download the service manual where only can find a circuit diagram to troubleshoot the input source selector.

    If you can have access to input selector it would be usefull to inspect it's contacts condition and have them well cleaned.

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AUX directly to computer? no need...

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