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Re: TASCAM CD-A500 - No Volum Control Switch
You control the volume by the amplifier or receiver that you plugged the tascam into. The only volume control on the tascam appears to be for headphones, the other volume control is for recording gain input.
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You should have a button on the side of your phone to adjust the volum or try going into your settings and see if you can change the volum control and have it for the side button only,
for the side button to be used.
The normal error on this type of volum resistor is that the volum is erratic when adjusted or goes the opposite way that you want it to go. This can be fixed by dismounting the front and the front PCB from the front. This will give you access to the volume "potmeter". Open the potmeter and you'll see the contact plates and the thin "arms" that is supposed to touch the contact plate. Pull these arme gently out so they push down harder on the contact plate. This will normally fix all problems that has to do with volum adjustment errors.
I have two of these Tascam CD-A500 players, and one more than the other has this problem of not reading some CDs that will play fine in other players. I'm starting to loose faith in this Tascam product. Anyway, seems the consensus is to open it up and check for dirty laser optics. If that doesn't fix the problem, then send it in for repair or scrap it and buy a different brand. I've not had this problem with any other brand CD player, but very suspicious that the same problem happens on BOTH of my Tascam CD-A500 units.
click right mouse click harddware -divece manager look sound option (speaker sign} if not stall u can see yellow sign,install sound by using ur board cd. 2/ go run type control click sound andaudio option then u can get volum/sound/audio/voice/hardwer option check if incorrect correct it .3/ look ur speaker's volum is off or not? what u keep volum on mute or not? ..... thanks
it may be another volum seting on you computer like it could be the wave, the master the SW synth, or the CD player volum controles. to do this right click on the volium control on the right lower part of your scren and slect and say open volum control. this should show all the volum controls for your computer a increase the volium.
try to listen to sound inside if the any motor is working through the disc tray. then try to open it (if you want though) then observe it.
after that if the motors are ok, try to adjust your optical lens variable risistor.
note if the optical lens is not emitting a red light your optical lens is the problem, changing it is the only solution.