Question about Sony SCD-XA333ES CD Player
It dont recognise SA-CD hybrids any longer. Treats them as Red Book cd`s only. There are some originale CD`s that it dont recognise at all, I.e it dont read that discs TOC. Some time it reads only partly, Toc comes up but can only play some songs or it start playing in the middle of the song. Typical is that it read more easy songs at the beginning of the disc than those towards the end. All in all a bit frustrating and there are signs that the problems are progressing. - Hope you can help me out on this. Thank`s, Terje.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same problem with both trays on a Sony RCD-W3 not ejecting. If you push the tray sometimes it opens, but takes a few attempts. the recording CD sometimes doesn't see the disk but ejecting and re-entering it normally gets around that. I have no permanent solution, I'm afraid. Probably needs to be opened up and rails greased/oiled or something like that.
Posted on Dec 10, 2010
SOURCE: toc error 14
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And if it was NOT, why.
C14 / TOC Error The unit did not read the TOC information. Insert other discs.
"If you write data to a disc and leave the session open, the TOC -- which tells the CD player or CD-ROM drive where the tracks are -- is written into a separate area called the Program Memory Area, or PMA. CD recorders are the only devices that know to look at the PMA, which is why you can't see data in an open session on a standard playback device. CD players won't find any audio tracks, and CD-ROM drives won't see a data track. When the session is finalized, the TOC is written in the lead-in area, enabling other devices to recognize the disc.
(Something to try: write an audio track to a blank CD, and leave the session open. Put the disc in a CD player. Some players will deny the existence of the disc, some will spin the disc up to an incredible speed and won't even brake the spindle when you eject the disc, others will perform equally random acts. The TOC is important!)"
Posted on Mar 02, 2011
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