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Re: phillips cd recorder
try tuning the unit, into the channels. if it,s recording one channel. it could be the possibility that the dvd is tuned in to the t/v incorrectly. refer to the users manual/guide.
on setting up the player to the t/v channels.
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What kind of error are you getting? Does it attempt to calibrate then display the entire disc as being full? If that try a blank that will tolerate recording at the 1x speed. Nowadays the only thing you will likely find are discs meant for audio recording or data discs that can record at speeds as low as 1x. If you can find some of the earlier kodak, Ampex/Quantegy, japanese maxells, etc then you will be okay. Also it may not be obvious but the cdr 615/620 will not record on cd-rw's I bought one of those new and had nothing but trouble out of the phillips cdd2000 module that had to be replaced 3 times (3rd time at my expense of $300) but Superscope in Aurora, IL was good about support. Ironically I seam to remember a class action suit against Phillips over their very flaky cdd2000 drives.
Did you "finalize" the CD-R on your Phillips CD-R audio recorder? You must finalize it for it to find the Table Of Contents. Can you read it in your Phillips recorder? Try to finalize it again. I also have heat issues with the Phillips recorder, and I added a small computer fan to it to prevent lockups. Best wishes,
The Phillips recorder USUALLY REQUIRES you use MUSIC type CD's rather than plain type for computer. These still can be found. Apparently this had something to do with copyright and the extra cost of the music CD with the access header on it went to the recording industry. I still have found the MUSIC ones at Staples. Search Google for additional info about this. I have Phillips recorders and am fully aware of this requirement, believe me!
My Phillips 775 CD recorder will now only record with Maxell CD-R Music Pro brand discs. They might still be availabvle at Wal-Mart - they are usually in a bulk pack and are in full-size jewel cases. Don't know if that'll solve your problem. If you buy that brand of discs and they don't help, I'll buy them from you...
Cleaning will not help if it plays fine and does not record.
The previous owner was right, those can only record on "Music CD-R or Audio CD-R" . If it does not have that printed on the disc, it willnot record with it. many people think that a CD-R they use in the computer will work, but they won't. So make sure you are not using a CD-R meant for a computer.
Try using Sony, they work good for me on most all recorders I repair.
If that does not work, you may just need it to be serviced, or take it back to the guy you bought it from and get your money back. He sold you a bad recorder. They are very exspensive to repair most of the time.
Sorry I did not have better news, good luck and let me know if you need any more help.
Nope. Does the red light come on on the front of the unit?It should then startup saying 'philips recorder'scrolling across the display. When you press to open it should click and say'open'on the screen. If it just says 'open' with no whirring or tray opening you can try a service mode test. If it displays 'locked'it's set to dealer mode that can be removed.
Get yourself a copy of the manual directly from the Philips website (look on the left of the screen for all the relevant links)
Your CD recorder has a 2 pairs of phono (rca) sockets on the back.
Connect your keyboard's output (line out ideally or headphones if there isn't a line-out) to the inputs on the back of your CD recorder. And connect the outputs from the CD recorder to your amplifier. If you don't have an amp, you can plug headphones into the CD recorder so you can hear what you're playing.
I just purchased one from Ebay. It plays fine on both sides. The recorder will recognize CDR's and the display will say recordable media. But, when I attempt to actually record, it won't work. I have another unit exactly like this one and the CD's I have work fine with that unit. I'm guessing this unit's recorder is bad? Any suggestions? Thanks.