Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Not being an expert, but having years of experience with electronics, I would think there may be a bad wire connection for the CD unit or a bad unit. If the CD unit is on your PC, you can check the internal connections. There should be a heavier gauge power supply cable and a lighter gauge signal connector. It could be loose at the CD unit or the motherboard. Use an anti-static wrist strap and make sure the power is off. Your cable might be bad and they are easily purchased and replaced. If it is on your "stereo", then check the RCA jacks. You can reverse the left and right RCA jacks to see if the problem is still in the same channel. You could also connect the CD to another line input on your receiver and see if the problem persists.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
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