20 Most Recent Teac EX-CD3 CD Shelf System Questions & Answers

Yes, but you will need to pass it through a Magnetic Cartridge Pre-amp first. Unless the turntable uses a Ceramic Cartridge. In which case it can be plugged straight in.

Teac EX-CD3 CD... | Answered on Feb 05, 2016

Most times the cause of this is a failure in the mechanism that controls, load,and eject the cd's You may need to dis assemble the unit to reset the black box containing the trays and cd's.sometines you get a ERROR message when the black box jams. The memory serves to memorize radio station preset and track numbers [ number of songs] on each cd This is the first thing the player does when it is plugged in,

Teac EX-CD3 CD... | Answered on Apr 07, 2011

Mine works, I was looking for an eject button...you probably already know that to load and unload you just hit that disc #. I'm looking for a manual if anyone can help.

Teac EX-CD3 CD... | Answered on Apr 07, 2011

Ok to set Manually Turn on radio Select Tuner select band. Press tuning mode button. The window should switch from preset to manual then tune up or down using the tuning preset time buttons left side/ top / Next to volume knob

Teac EX-CD3 CD... | Answered on Apr 07, 2011

OK press power on,select tuner button for radio. then select band AM or FM. Then press tuning mode button until you see [manual] in the window. then press the tuning button [arrow left or arrow right buttons] until you get to your desired station.then press program / memory set. a memory number will flash [ say memory 1]. then press program/ memory /set button again to lock in the selection [memory 1] now this is the TRICKY PART. Once the selection is memorized go back to tuning mode Press the tuning mode button until you see manual and i think you can follow the above procedure. If you program AM stations first Then press the BAND button to get FM stations and go back to step one.

Teac EX-CD3 CD... | Answered on Apr 07, 2011

To connect the Teac micro hi-fi system to wall power or any other issue, I will suggest you go through the manual. The manual is also available online on audio.teach site; you can download it in pdf format.

Teac Audio... | Answered on Nov 10, 2020

If you need proper instructions on "how to use TEAC DCD718", I will suggest you download the manual available on audio.teac site. You can download it in pdf format, go through it to have a better understanding.

Teac Audio... | Answered on Nov 10, 2020

You could try searching on on google

Teac Audio... | Answered on Sep 06, 2020

Try filling out this form at TEAC's support page. Only the factory would have access to that manual. It shouldn't be available anywhere else. I know only the Owners Manuals are more typically available.


Teac Audio... | Answered on Nov 03, 2019

dear joe i hereby attach the link for the service manual for the same. pl let me know it is useful to you r not by reply me. https://www.vintageshifi.com/repertoire-pdf/pdf/telecharge.php?pdf=Teac-A-3340-S-Service-Manual.pdf

Teac Audio... | Answered on Oct 15, 2019

Hi Carol, from what you said, you could make the tape move
On the front of your Teac A103, there are two Instruments, called VUmeters, ask, when you play the tape, do the needles of these vumeters move indicating the presence of sound?
If they move, it would indicate that the tape is being read
If they do not, it may be that you are playing a tape without recording or that the reading head is dirty, with accumulation of debris from the cassette tapes
To clean them, you should use a thin cotton cloth, wet with a little alcohol, open the cassette door and pass it through the upper end of the heads, until they are clean, the head, which reproduces and records the cassettes is the that is in the middle
If all this is done, you get the vumeters to move and nothing comes out, you can try a pair of headphones and connect them to the output on the right
if you hear sounds, check the RCA cables for interconnection with the amplifier
Do the tests I suggest and comment
Indicate to which device you are connecting the cassette output to play
I await your comment
Regards Franco Dosil

Hola Carol, por lo que comentas, has podido hacer que la cinta se mueva
en el frente de tu Teac A103, hay dos Instrumentos, llamados VUmetros, pregunta, cuando reproduces la cinta, las agujas de estos vumetros se mueven indicando presencia de sonido?
Si se mueven, indicaria que se esta leyendo la cinta
Si no lo hacen, puede ser que estas reproduciendo una cinta sin grabacion o que el cabezal de lectura se encuentre sucio, con acumulacion de residuos de las cintas de los cassettes
Para limpiarlos, debes usar un pa?o fino de algodon, mojado con un poco de alcohol, abrir la puerta de la cassettera y pasarlo por el extremo superior de los cabezales, hasta que queden limpios, el cabezal, que reproduce y graba los cassettes es el que se encuentra en el medio
Si hecho todo esto, logras que se muevan los vumetros y no sale nada, puedes probar con un par de auriculares y conectarlos en la salida que se encuentra a la derecha
si escuchas sonidos, revisa los cables RCA de interconexion con el amplificador
Has las pruebas que te sugiero y comenta
Indica a que aparato estas conectando la salida de la cassetera, para reproducir
Espero tu comentario
Saludos Franco Dosil


Teac Audio... | Answered on Oct 15, 2019

You can but be shure to measure the voltage that is required by the two units, also check that the polarities are the same. The current consumption should be fairly the same

Teac Audio... | Answered on Oct 15, 2019

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