Question about Marantz CDR420 CD Recorder
When monitoring the recording, it sounded great but played back muddy. We only had the option of RCA cable for aux. Is there a way to improve the recording quality; is it a playback problem; what to do in future? Microphones were connected to a self-contained Bosch system, not a mixer
Sounds liek the recording was not direct in a sense from computer to CD quality so the bit rate suffered.. I would suggest a computer in the middle of this recording env. to adjust bit rate a good bit rate would be 128k at least for the minium.
A Muddy playback was probably from a muddy type of recording, best results is you a computer to upscale it to a CD quality solution next time.
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May be something wrong with HDMi cable.
Is there sound when play VCR?
Please test - check with regular RCA cable AV out.
If OK. Next step Replace HDMI cable.
IF No sound with RCA cable look like need replace VCR Main Board.
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