Asked by hagi14 6 years ago
My cassette player do not have a line out output.
Asked by sunwah 9 years ago
How do I reflatten a warped record player's plastic part that the record turns on??? I bought a record player at goodwill & got it home,plugged it in & it looked like a tilt-a-worl. how can I get it flat aging???
Asked by bigmark 8 years ago
The player has an internal mic and male usb output.
Asked by sdanog 9 years ago
Could you help me to solve this problem.I'm a musician and I I use a laptop .when my laptop is connected with the amplifiers ,while working the player stops playng for a minuit and then goes on.I tried and changed the players ,I tried at home without amplifiers and it worked fine.what may be the reoson?what do you think?soundcard or what?please help me....
Asked by KaterinaK8 2 years ago
For the videos there is no ouption for the jw player as some people do not have a youtube/metacafe accounts and dont want to use them i am one person that is missing out with video contests and i have on my site a jw player and a playlist for all my vids so if yomeone clicks on my vid they can only click on another of my vids unles if found in google videos.
Posted by james.mcglashan 8 years ago
I hav a broken mp3 player with a camera.I want to remove it and use it as a cctv or something.Can i do such thing if yes tell me how. thank you
Asked by Beduk 7 years ago
I am having computer issues atm and therefore a hard time searching all the insctuctables to find fun things to do with the dvd player I was given recently and stripped down. If anyone can give me some idea it would be most groovy...
Posted by MikeHunt0420 6 years ago
So I got two pianos for free, one in great condidtion other than being out of tune and having a stiff action, and the other, a player, having a badly cracked soundboard and pinblock. I salvaged the player pneumatics and bellows from the player and managed to mount it upon the other piano. On each note bellows there were rods that pushed on levers to trip the action of the player piano. On this one, these levers are about a foot and a half above the bottom of the action, because it is a console piano (shorter). I've tried linking the bellows to the keys with hooks (which didn't work, it just pulled the keys off the center pivot point) and directly to the action, on the bridle strap hook. I've tried different strings and two different gauges of wire, but they always seems to stretch, untie or to come unhooked whenever a note is triggered with the player, or with the keys. If anyone has ideas on how to link the player mechanism to the piano action, any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
Posted by SamDavisson 6 months ago
Does anyone know of a splitter box of any sort that would split the signal from the output of a minidisc player? At present my band plays gigs with the use of a backing track with keyboards and bass on. Is there any way the Minidisc outputs could feed my onstage monitor and the P.A. mixer simultaneously? The small mixer that the MD goes into hasnt any aux channels or monitor sends with which to use. Thanks.
Posted by lossarapter 1 year ago
Red yellow and white dvd chords where do u put them in the back of the dvd which slot???
Asked by maliyah 9 years ago
I have a portable dvd player with a broken power adapter. Does anyone have an idea of something to make using the lcd screen?
Asked by mrguy19187 8 years ago
Asked by RelientOwl 8 years ago
I'm not really sure if this is the right forum to talk about this. I did go to Tech, but I saw a topic about MP3 player Skin Mods here, so I thought if I could ask for some help. I have an Mp3 Player, it's cute, runs on AAA batteries and an SD Card. Here is the problem though. It lacks any sort of Display. Like it's one of those screen less ones you find. I do have a spare screen lying over from a cellphone, so I was wondering if it could be possible to modify the inner workings of my MP3 Player so that I can finally see the name of the song I'm listening to. xP
Posted by Abel_Wilson 7 years ago
Not really sure if this is the right place to post this as im new to the site but heres my problem. Im off to a festival soon and i always take my own music for before and after the bands. This year however im broke and only have a small cheap portable CD player of about 2 Watts. I have some nice big powerful speakers, but the volume for the CD player just isn't load enough and im only getting so much volume out of the speakers. Can anyone let me in on what i need to make an amp to boost the sound, or maybe something else that would help get more sound out of a small crappy CD player. Im not that technically minded and as i said i don't have much cash to spend, but im willing to give it a shot, any help would be appreciated thanks.
Posted by KalVerd 8 years ago
I have an mp3 player module whch i took out from a home theatre main unit. I want to know the use of some features or the pins which are given in it because i am a beginner to electronics and stuff. I am using it as a player using headphones because it needs amplifier to play in speakers, but headphones work with medium sound. It has usb and sd card port for input. Also have 3 pushbuttons , play pause, next , previous. It has the following pinouts. Basic ones which I know: +5v GND L_OUT R_OUT These must be for pushbuttons: P4.1 GND P4.2 P1.2 P4.4 (but there are only 3 buttons)??? IR (this could be infrared remote control) These I want to know what are for??? +5v GND SDA SCL P5.7 RST
Asked by akki5230 4 years ago
I have a 1963 electrohome cabinet with a garrard at6 record player that works and the radio works, although it is not clear. The sound is kind of tin-y and not as clear as i would like. I am thinking of replacing the speakers with something newer, maybe car speakers. Thoughts, tips any information would be great!
Asked by SamanthaS185 7 months ago
For those who use VLC media player, I recommend reading this article. For those who don't know what VLC Media Player is, it is a widely used media player which supports many of the codecs that other common media players do not support. Source: http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,143542/article.htmlA flaw in the widely-used open-source VLC media player could allow an attacker to execute harmful code on a PC.The problem stems from a buffer overflow that can occur when the player processes subtitle files used for movies, according to a security advisory.The vulnerability existed before VLC was upgraded to version 0.8.6e in late February, but the bug appears to have escaped the last round of patches, wrote Luigi Auriemma in a note."The funny thing is that my old proof-of-concept was built just to test this specific buffer overflow, and in fact it works on the new VLC version too without modifications," Auriemma wrote.Video files can contain a link to a separate subtitle file, which VLC automatically loads when it plays the video. An attacker could use the buffer overflow flaw in VLC to execute malicious code contained in a subtitle file, and thus tamper with a PC. The flaw affects VLC players running on Windows, Mac, BSD and possibly more operating systems, Auriemma wrote.The VLC media player is part of the VideoLAN project. The player is free, and it is released under the GNU General Public License. VLC can also be used as a streaming media server for a variety of platforms. Courtesy of: http://www.searchsecurity.com.au/topics/article.asp?DocID=1237777The flaws affect VideoLAN VLC versions 0.7.0 through 0.8.6. Users can fix the issue by upgrading to VLC version 0.8.6a or by applying the patch.Another solution from Torrent Freak: For now, the only solutions are not to run any subtitle files, or to grab one of the nightly builds. The downside is, however, that these might not be as stable as the regular releases.
Posted by Brennn10 10 years ago
I have a Kenwood 12 CD changer in my car. Can i use it as MP3 player since i dont want to loose the CD player?
I have a Kenwood 12 CD changer in my car which is working fine. Without replacing it can i use that by putting MP3 CD's and play MP3 songs without disturbing any of the existing connections. I am in Bangalore, India.
Asked by sspillai1 6 years ago
my query is that, i have a usb bluetooth dongle, is it posible to play song through it with a bluetooth enable laptop
Hi every one, few days ago i made a usb mp3 player and is working fine........... my query is that, i have a usb bluetooth dongle, is it posible to play song through it with a bluetooth enable laptop. when i m trying to connect bluetooth dongle with usb mp3 player the LED of bluetooth dongle doesn't blink
Asked by narinder105 4 years ago
Hi! A while ago, my mp3 player broke: the audio doesn't work, yet the video part works. I hate to throw the unit out so I was wondering if anyone has had a similar situation, and what they might have done to make the unit useful again. I could use it for storage (it's 2 gig) but it seems like a waste since it would have a screen that wasn't being put to good use. Then again, without audio, any video would be as good as it cold be. Any ideas would be appreciated. (I'm a novice at electronics - I'm hoping that an idea for its use will b e figured out - that doesn't require me removing the screen (since i am not that advanced in electronics) Thanks and have a great day! :)
Posted by EdurusFas 6 years ago
Hi All, I'm new here so go easy on me :) I need to throw together a circuit to play an MP3 when a switch is closed (Think musical greeting card rather than iPod). The fundamental issue is a lack of knowledge re: mp3 playback on ICs. Is there a handy light-weight MP3 playback chip kicking around? Presumably I'll need to provide memory, an amp and various other bits. Does anyone know of an SoC that does something this already? I've seen the SOMO-14D (http://www.sparkfun.com/products/9534) but it seems to be very low quality and temperamental. Does anyone have any experience with this? If so, any recommendations? > Quality is important-ish - I know it's never going to sound like my Technics sound system but I'd like it good enough that a non-audiophile wouldn't complain. I'm guessing I'll need at least 128Kb/s for semi-decent audio. > Format doesn't have to be MP3 as long as the quality isn't _too_ low and there's an easy way to convert. > Small size (form factor) would be nice but isn't required. > If needs be, I can get PCBs etched _relatively_ inexpensively so that's not a major consideration. > Any suggestions for a good quality, small speaker would also be appreciated. Skills: I've got a degree in Electrical & Electronic engineering (but haven't touched a circuit since Uni) Budget: ~£300 tops (I'm hoping for considerably less) Time: Within a month or so. Many thanks in advance Basic
Posted by Basiclife 6 years ago
I have an old record player without a stylus. The player is a Sanyo JXT 6440, called the "Stereo Music System", and the playing head/cartridge thingamajig is labeled "MG-28J". It used to work perfectly, however, at some point the arm was allowed ti drop down onto the turntable, and the stylus was bent, and eventually lost. Where is the best place to look for a new (or used in good condition) stylus for an old record player? Would it be more economical to dismantle this one and pick up a $15 turntable at the Goodwill store?
Posted by CameronSS 10 years ago
If you like to stick out (Brianna) of the crowed you may not have an ipod or other mp3 player you may have records. wait a min you can't buy record players anymore but you can make one out of LEGOS! just watch the video! and its deffintaly not me! although i kinda look like the emo guy there LOL
Posted by Metal4God 10 years ago
I try to launch files that would autoplay with WMP, and nothing happens. Not even an error message. The same thing happens when I launch the exe of WMP. However, it will work if I run it as administrator. Then I can just Ctrl+O my files. It would just be more convenient if I didn't have to do this every time. Any help/idea of what's wrong?
Asked by Izokay 9 years ago
I really want flash player for the psp, and i heard that adobe made a deal with sony making an actually adobe flash player for the psp but i can't find at all! it would make life easier if somebody would just tell me where i can download it from!
Hi everybody! Okay , Let's talk I have 5 old cd players here that I can break , open , use the parts and etc. and I want to know if there's a cool thing to do with these eletronics they are working , and there's no use for them, so could someone show me any cool ideia to do with them ? I tried to do a amplifier to my cellphone to listen to music here,but it didn't work as well I wanted Sorry if the topic is at the wrong place , and I have already took a look at the site, and didn't find some nice ideia :o
Posted by mcamargo 4 years ago
Going to take an old 60's portable radio, remove guts (except batter supply and speaker) and then incorporate an inexpensive mp3 player to play out of the speaker. I don't see too much trouble with this, but not sure if someone has done this before (seen similar, but not exactly like this, i.e. bigger radios, or ones that plug into walls) Also, seeing if anyone has written a psuedo random algorithm that will play 4 random songs from one list, then a random from another, and then repeat the whole process again. The idea is to play 4 ransom songs, then an old radio ad, then back to songs, etc. Anyone have advise (other than the "don't do it", or "it's too hard")
Asked by robertocarlo 7 years ago
So I want to try to turn a old sony cd diskman circa 1999 into a turn table for cds. My idea here is to have it play but I can stop the disk with my finger and hopefully get a skipping effect, the other idea is to be able to freely move the laser eye and have it still play while doing it. I already have it soldered up so that it can play without the case and have a 9 volt connected to it, but thats about it. Anyone have any idea on how this could be?
Posted by wickednick 6 years ago