Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I recently did videography for a wedding and I used the church Sony CD Recorder to record the audio from the ceremony. I tested it before hand and it worked perfectly. Before the service began I started it, and after the service I stopped it, finalized, and it showed Track 1 at about 33 minutes long. But when I got home and tried to rip it, it wouldn't rip and just kept freezing Media Player. Then I tried to play the CD in a regular player and it won't play! The other disc that I did the test on rips and plays just fine! I neeeeed this audio. I haven't lost all hope because it's recognized as an audio disc, and it shows the track and the length. Any idea how to extract this audio or salvage any of the recording??? Thank you in advance!
the problem is not the laser, but the cable that connects the laser to cd board, it is cracked..and will break connection when moved out from its home position, i have replaced a lot of cabes for this model..i know it well
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
SOURCE: Recording Errors
sounds funny but ive got the exact same problem with the same machine but by the sounds of it philips aint that good for recording from a cd form from that model anyway!!
theres an old skool mix that i wana put out, but it will only play back on the recorder not on another source, ive managed to open the file up with nero show time on the pc thou and it will also play but just cant manage to convert to mp3 as the file is a wpl or something...
well annoying if you ask me
hpe thats helped a bit
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
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