07-02-2013 12:36 PM
we were hooking up a cd player to speakers. got that done but sound not right. There was one cd in the unit that holds 5 and maybe with the moving around somehting got screwed up. Could we have damaged some intrnal thing or do we just need to clean something? Can anyone help?
07-02-2013 02:01 PM
You should always remove CDs from a multidisk player before moving it.
This happened to a friend of mine once. I removed the case and extracted the lose CD's
also, check your wires.
Make sure you have it hooked up red to red and black to black.
Standard speaker wire has text on one strand of the wire. That makes is easy to figure out.
02-09-2019 08:05 PM
What brand and model?
Can you post a picture of the front of your CD player
02-11-2019 12:26 PM
In the upper right corner there should be a button with an up arrow. press that
02-11-2019 01:08 PM
It is not that kind of CD player. It has AM/FM radio and it sits on a shelf or bookcase, etc. with 2 speakers attached by wires. Dimensions are 11" W 11" H and 14" D. Insignia doesn't make them anymore, but it's a NS-A1111 5-CD Shelf System and if you do a search on line you can find the manual for it.
02-11-2019 01:55 PM
Do you know the model number?
10-24-2019 03:17 AM
I am setting up a new to me system, so far I have a nice sony str7055 playing my turntable and my ps4. Between the the two I'm playing vinyl and spotify but my ps4 doesn't play CDs at all. I have a fairly large collection, but spotify is making them somewhat obsolete. Is it worth picking up a CD player? Or should I just pack them up and free up the shelf space?
10-24-2019 07:21 AM
I sat down with my CD collection with 2 laptops on a table and over a period of several days I ripped all my CD's to WMA files.
My CD collection which now resides in a number of boxes in my store room has been replaced by a jump drive that fits in the palm of my hand. I made a back up the jump drive that I keep in a safe place.
Personally I would go that route rather than investing in a new CD player.