I bin have trouble with my HHB CDR 850 recorder. It?s not recognizing the CD?s, so it?s not working when I first got it, this was the problem from the beginning? what is it I need to do? Someone please get back to me ASAP about the problem. I?ve tried using air in a can opening up the recorder and blowing it out and that work for about a week then it was back to the same problem? and when I try blowing it out again nothing?. Again what should I do?
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Just a guess, but did you ever try to hit the record a second time once you're all set up to start? The first press of the record button places the machine in record/pause mode after it calibrates itself to the disc.
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?
I had the exact problem and could not get any of the CR-Rs that I had to work. I looked up the code in the user's manual where it said the error means it's not a recordable audio CD and to refer to page 6. I looked at the front of the manual and saw that it mentions that the CD-Rs must be audio CD-R discs. I did some research online and found that there are in fact differences between CD-Rs that are just marked that and those marked as Audio or Music CD-Rs. I bought a set of CD-Rs that clearly had marked "Compact Disc Digital Audio Recordable" on the package. When I inserted this disc, I had no problems getting the recording to work. So, make sure the discs you use are clearly marked "Audio" or "Music". A computer burner won't know the difference, but your Denon recorder will.
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
You sure it's recognizing the CDR? And you are using 'consumer audio' cdr? Watch it at all times. If it 'opc fails' after you put a blank in it still shows as a CDR and 0:00 on the display but won't record. It's easy to miss.