There is a pause between tracks that is annoying when listening to material on a cd which is onnectedz9no sonicpause between tracks) I have tried unplugging the unit to no avail. Anyone else have this problem?
Sounds like a setup problem the unit can be programmed to pause between tracks, if not the you have a cd mech problem, possible dirty laser or debris in the sled motor gears. causing the laser to be sluggish when changing tracks
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Typically with the Plantronics Backbeat 903 Bluetooth headset, you
should be able to move forward or backwards one track. Press and hold
the volume/tracking/mute button forward or backwards for each track.
You should hear a single low tone for each track change. Below is a link for the Backbeat 903 user guide. Plantronics Backbeat 903 User's Guide
Sonic is typically a cd burner software. look for any CD utilities running down by the clock and right click on the icon to exit them.
Maybe look for a sonic or CD/DVD software package that would have come on a disk with your computer , insert it and re-install the package, that may do it for you. If the nag is tooo annoying, for the interim look in your start menu under startup and delete anything in there that is in relation to sonic or cd writing software. Hope that helps you.
Can you name the make and model? Maybe we can find a manual. I find a lot of them at retrevo.com. Just register for free and download whatever they have.
I think you have the 4 second thing backward.
Most CD Recorders will interpret a 4-second silence while recording as the end of a given track and will stop or pause. Some can can be set to leave a blank of 4 seconds between tracks (or not) when manually starting a new track. That can really be a problem on continuous recordings like live music or some classical material where brief silences occur routinely.
On my Pioneer PDR-509 there is a "Track No. Auto/Manual" selection that allows me to write a track manually whenever I want to. This is good for live or segued musical selections and doesn't require a stop/start of the recording. Of course, any time you pause or stop the track number will be incremented.
I can't really speak to the TOC errors. The fault could be with a) your machine, b) the media or c) the playback machine. The TOC is automatically created when you Finalize the disc. My machine takes 4 minutes to write it.
Little-known fact: a CD that is not finalized will not read/play on a CD player but a DVD player might play it from start to finish just fine, but without the ability to skip around because of the missing TOC. Nice to know if you mess up an original irreplaceable CD recording by not finalizing it and need to copy it over.
There may be foreign material on the sled motor and or the sled shaft keeping the steping motor from advancing to next track. Especially if it does this on all CD's you try. You will have to have the unit cleaned and also the stepping motor could have a chiped gear on it, the only reasonable way to solve this problem is to have the laser assembly replaced.
Track creator sometimes mark tracks as copyrighted and CD duplicators have spl chip through which they sense copyrighted materials and do not allow to copy. It seems you are trying to copy some copyrighted tracks.
go into the settings for sonicstage and select your dvd drive. that should be it. but you may have to do other things(i have a sony player too, but i have found sonicstage to be a waste of space and time. it is rather a pain. try looking through the manual and seeing if you have any options for the location of the cs drive. if not, then get a usb cd burner and connect it to the laptop. that should work properly.