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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: intermitent audio
I had that happen before, one problem was my car had bad shocks or i hit a pothole in the road. The second time i had the volume up so loud the bass wass thumping the floor and it skips the CD. My question is, how lowd is the thign turned up? :P Some CD players load the data into a memory and then it plays from the memory till it needs more info. It maybe that the unit is not stable or the CD is not balanced right so it cant read the info at a consistant speed. The music maybe playing faster then it can read because of the vibrations. Is the disk clean? i know this may sound dumb but it is easy to over look. If the surface of the data side is so scratched up it may have problems reading the data quickly enough. Sometimes the coating can fall of the disk if you hold it in the light you can sometimes see spots threw the disk where the foil has been chipped off. The CD player could have a focus problem also, it could be damaged in shipping or have been dropped and it cant focus properly on the data. Do you have any other disks to try? a new one? one you never play?
Posted on Apr 04, 2006
SOURCE: Sony DAV SA30 dvd player
Hi From the symptoms, you mentioned, ie playing CD's ok., Mpeg decoder chip is faulty. The new one supplied is a modified type. IC207, part no.6-707-406-01. Good luck. Capital98
Posted on Feb 14, 2007
SOURCE: will not record
the classic cdr201 will not record it will go to wait and return to cd status(blank cd etc) there is no led display of sound during this operation you can hear the audio for brief couple of seconds before it goes back to cd mode
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
SOURCE: setting up new CD laser
Any new laser will not require any adjustment, most modern CD players do a self calibration on power up. There is a small dot of solder that must be removed somewhere on the circuit board. You'll see it's shaped like two half circles with a small gap between them which is bridged by solder. Remove this and you should be good to go! You should just be able to touch a soldering iron to it and drag it off. Or you can use a "solder ******" or de-soldering braid.
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
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