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I can only assume that it's not changing the analogue signal into a format suitable for transferring to a CD. Check the recording settings. Make certain the signal is being converted to say a WAV format or MP3 etc.

HHB BurnIt... | Answered on May 03, 2017


Either contact hhb or look on E bay. Universal remotes usually do not have enough of the functions required to finalize discs and such.

HHB BurnIt... | Answered on Dec 27, 2012


You have to have the proper dics, One that is for recording music, Not the ones for burning music off of the computer, They will not work, In a (CD) Recorder/

HHB BurnIt... | Answered on Nov 07, 2012


Press Finalize, then after it displays a time like 4:04, press Pause. It will count down while finalizing. Press STOP to cancel.

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HHB BurnIt... | Answered on Sep 16, 2012


If it's always around the same physical location on a given CD it would have to be a physical problem with the transport, not the lens.

Esoteric but comprehensive advice....

http://www.repairfaq.org/sam/cdfaq.htm

HHB BurnIt... | Answered on Sep 22, 2011


If you are recording from a DIGITAL input like the OPTICAL or DIGITAL COAXIAL and their is no signal, or if it is a 'non-copyable' copy of a digital copy (from a mini-disc or protected audio CD-R) you will see this. You need to record using ANALOG inputs, then you won't have this DIN UNLOCK problem using analog. Double check your digital connections and make sure your digital source is set to 'play' and see if the DIN Unlock goes off. Otherwise, use analog reocrding only.

HHB BurnIt... | Answered on Apr 20, 2011


your model will not connect to the internet.

HHB BurnIt... | Answered on Mar 15, 2011


I can't speak to the hardware issues that might be at play here but I would advise you to retain the 'bad' recordings. I've copied unfinalized CD's from an old DVD player. It will read the CD but you won't be able to manuever around the tracks. As I recall, the track marks will still be there.

I don't know what you mean by 'maximum fidelity'. The CDR records at the CD standard of 44.1kHz. Digital is all ones and nones. Just data. If it is written correctly or with tolerable errors the ADC of the player (ANY player) turns it all into music.

HHB BurnIt... | Answered on Mar 03, 2011

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