J.V.C. e58 cd player 1bit p.e.m. dd converter. cd drawer wont release (cd still in player)
also dr-e58 stereo double cassette dec reciever. tape stops randomly as though at end of tape. New & old, Pre-recorded or self recorded same problem. I know this is an old unit but it is of high sentimental if not monetary value.Thanks in advance... Steve email@example.com
J.V.C E58 CD player/1 bit P.E.M. d d converter. Cd drawer wont release.(cd still in unit) Also d r-e58 stereo double cassette receiver,random cassette stop as though @ end of tape (tried new & old tapes pre & Self recorded, same applies. I hope this unit can be sorted out as it has more sentimental than monetory value. Thanks in advance...Steve firstname.lastname@example.org
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It sounds like your CD player does not have an optical audio output. If so, you will need to get a "Digital to Analog Audio Converter". You can find them on eBay or Amazon for as little as $10. Connect your CD player's analog/RCA-style stereo cables to the converter.Then connect the converter to your receiver with a single optical cable.
It sou nds like you have a stuck CD. Most CD players have a small hole on the right side of the drawer that you can poke a paper clip in to open the drawer. Don't push too hard as you might cause more damage than there is. Usually, the CD will come out and the player will work fine.
Since you have 2 receivers, you can either use the Sony STR-AV570X or the TA-AX380. You will need 3 Stereo RCA Cables to connect your CD Player, Tuner, and Tape Player. The speakers connect to the receiver you choose using the speaker input terminals.
Here is the diagram (click on picture to enlarge):
most cd players have a small hole in front under the drawer, with the power off, you need a paper clip and straiten it, slowly slide it in the hole until it bottoms out, once it bottoms out you need to push it slowly until the drawer starts to open, mind you it wont open all the way so you will have to open it the rest of the way manually.
This unit is just a 5 disc CD player and cannot drive large speakers all by itself. Normally it is hooked up to a stereo receiver / amplifier which is what provides the power to drive the speakers which are wired to the back of the stereo amplifier.
If you have a home stereo, then just run the cables from the 2 AUDIO OUT connectors on the back of your CD player to the CD IN connectors on the back of your stereo.
Then turn your stereo on and select CD on your stereo input mode selector and you should be able to play the cds on your RCA and hear them through the stereo speakers.
If you do not have a stereo amplifier with speakers to connect it to, then you can always listen to it through headphones connected to the headphone jack.
Or if you have a set of self powered amplified speakers, like the kind you hook up to a computer, then you can run the AUDIO OUT cable from your cd player into those as well.
Hi dr dray Your player has a CDM12.1 laser transport fitted to it. They suffer a couple of problems that can be fixed that stop em from working so well. If you are handy with a screwdriver, then I can talk you through it.