Question about HHB BurnIt CDR830 CD Recorder
I can only assume that it's not changing the analogue signal into a format suitable for transferring to a CD. Check the recording settings. Make certain the signal is being converted to say a WAV format or MP3 etc.
Posted on May 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HHB 850 needs repair
You can contact HHB service team on 020 8962 5000. Or visit their web site and go to support and complete an equipment repair form and they'l get back to you. You can also email the engineers whose names are listed in the contact section. Web site is http://www.hhb.co.uk/hhb/uk/support. Hope it helps
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
SOURCE: Noise / Hum in recordings
hi, i once had the same problem with a kenwood cassette deck. it would play pre-recorded tapes perfectly but when it came to recording from another source i would get an annoying hum when playing back the recording, the fault turned out to be a faulty earth connection on the phono connectors on the rear, they were dry jointed and once resoldered the unit worked and the recordings were perfect. maybe you have the same problem? hope this helps?
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
A laser beam on most (nor all) machine got a ''fixed'' lifetime. After some periode, the light beam get weaker and problem starts. First step would be to make the head clean, i do it myself with Qtip and alcohol make sure the eye is crystal clear, without any imperfection on it. Some times accessing the carrier is not easy, i'm not a fan of auto cleaning disc anyway. So after 2-3 or 4 years, and normal and hours are done with the machine, its normal that problems appear. Before you ask, its usually not economical to replace and ''tune'' a new laser unit. Also, a dvd recorder with hard drive would be a good investement. Look for brand name like pioneer...
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
So are they always CD-RW?
I have a Pioneer PD509 which is a spittin' image of the HHB CDR830 but tied down to use CD-Audio discs only.
My experiece with Rewriteable Media has been that they don't hold up to multiple uses. I used them to make quick 'n' dirty dubs of cassette audio then worked it into a polished copy with proper track marks and sweetening later for copy over to a CD-RA. After a few passes I'd start getting audible problems when copying off the -RW's, so I routinely just use them about 5 times. With two DVD players and a Blu-Ray I sometimes get through the errors on one of them for one final digital copy and then I can them.
BTW: you may want to try the failing disc in a DVD player. Mine will play through an unfinalized CD but can't cue up to anything. So if the recording is vital you might retrieve it that way. Just remember to pause the Recorder at the end of the last cut you want because the DVD will just crash right into the old data without changing track numbers or any warning.
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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