Question about Philips Audio Players & Recorders
1. Check your connections. I have a tendency to put my "audio Out's" into the "audio input" jacks when I am setting up a system -- all the plugs look the same, it's just that the info is going the wrong way. Make sure you have the "Audio Output" from the TV and other accessories plugged into the "Audio In" on your receiver. I don't mean this to sound patronizing -- I have been stumped by this problem in the past, so I assume I am not the only one ...
2. Make sure that once everything is plugged in properly, you have your receiver set to the correct input setting -- mine (which is an older model Phillips system) has a "CDR" setting and an "AUX" setting ... even though it only has one set of input jacks. It never made sense to me, but it only works in "AUX" mode, not "CDR" mode.
If these do not resolve the issue, please give your stereo's model number and I'll see if I can find some more info to help.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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