20 Most Recent KLH CDR2000 2-Disc CD Recorder - Page 2 Questions & Answers

You could try and see. But the blank media MUST say it's for music or audio.

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Mar 19, 2011

This may not help but I have found not a single positive review of this product and many vocally negative ones...


Maybe it would be best to give up on it and get a quality CDR-Recorder. I've had my Pioneer PDR-09 for 8 years and it is perfect.

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Mar 19, 2011

Of course. Depending on your PC's audio capabilites.

Whatever fits will work. Treat the PC as any other sound source.

Connect or adapt its speaker or headphone output to an RCA pair into the recorder.

Get into your Sound Controls and enable the applicable output, raise the volume sufficiently. Disable all other system sounds if you don't want "you've got mail" in your recording.

Cue up, set levels and start. Don't touch anything on the PC while recording. Turn off all other applications or you may encounter pauses and dropouts as the PC serves other masters.


If you have digital audio outputs, use them.

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Mar 12, 2011

get a new one problem solved

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Dec 20, 2010

You can use a good conversion file to copy one by one each of the tracks to the name title of the song.
Use the SOUND FORGE 6 program as the software. Connect the tape recorder or the turntable and play the song.connect the tape recorder or turntable to the MIc/Aux input ( select on audio properties) on the PC. Record the track and name the song after it completes when you pause at the end of the song. title and save.
Now repeat for the next song and go on.
You can save all the titles to one folder and write them to a CD or DVD.
Alternatively you can also use any other analogue to digital conversion software.
Hope this helps

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Aug 29, 2010

Dos it offer a reason visually, like with a message, or is it just stubborn?

It will only record on media specifically labeled for Music or Audio.

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Jul 21, 2010

Assuming you have a functioning turntable either self-pre-amplified or through a component (such as a receiver or integrated amp) with an internal Phono preamplifier just connect the self-preamplified TT directly to the analog inputs on the CD Recorder; or connect the CD Recorder to the receiver / integrated amp as if it is an analog tape deck (which it functionally is in this case).

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on May 02, 2010

Well, yeah, it's blank, right?

Or do you mean it won't accept a blank CD-R for recording?

You have to use blank CD-R Audio or CD-R Music CD's in a home CD recorder. It will not record on data disc media but it will play almost any CD with CD Audio music on it.

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Feb 18, 2010

To perform a power cycle, remove all plugs and cords; disconnect power for 30min. This will reset the machine and hopefully fix the issue you're having with your CDR. As far as it working again, every problem is unique and power cycling will work in some cases, it doesn't work every time. You should know instantly if it works when you re-attach the plugs/cords and plug it back into the wall and try to use it. I hate to be so vague but unfortunately, without know what exactly malfunctioned, it's hard to guarantee a simple power cycle will solve your problem. I certainly hope it does and wish you all the best.

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Nov 07, 2009

I recently resolved CD-R recognition problems with the KLH CDR2000. It's absolutely imperative that you utilize CD-Rs bearing the logo "COMPACT DISC DIGITAL AUDIO RECORDABLE". These specific CD-Rs are designed for digital music recording with the KLH CDR2000 and other simular products. I have a Marantz CD20 that has the same CD-R requirement. I purchased a Memorex 50-pack from Best Buy for approximately $20.00 plus tax. The recordings with the Memorex CD-Rs are immpressive for the KLH CDR2000 given the obvious flaws in design. Again, when searching for compatible disc for the KLH CDR2000 look for the words "DIGITAL AUDIO" within the "COMPACT DISC RECORDABLE" logo.

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Sep 28, 2009

the problem is, there is no way to add a pdf to this forum, I have the PDF and cannot share it with you---here is an e-m, bill@klhaudio.com ------good luck from -----newbie

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Aug 21, 2009

I have one somewhere I can scan and post. Sorry can't fax you as am in UK.

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Aug 19, 2009

You may be copying discs that have Digital Rights Management, or DRM encoded on the disc. You should have "burn rights" before trying to run copyrighted material...accordianman

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Dec 05, 2008


KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Aug 11, 2008

Sounds like the CDR deck has an issue. When the disc comes out has it's position changed i.e has it been spun at all? Can you hear any motors moving? Does it work with any type of disc ( cd/cdr/cdrw)?

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Feb 22, 2008

If you confirm they are music use CDR's or 'consumer audio' then it sounds like your drive is dead. Can it read normal cd's? When you open the tray can you see that the disc has actually been spun i.e the disc has changed position at all?

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Feb 20, 2008

Common issue with this machine. Do you have the update disc? It is available online IIRC but I do not know where. Google is your friend :-)

KLH CDR2000... | Answered on Feb 20, 2008

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