Follow the steps below to troubleshoot if a No Connect error occurs when connecting two CD changers.
- Verify that the slave changer is connected to the master unit with audio or A/V cables, and a Control A1 or Control A1 II cable. If the slave unit does not have Control A1 or A1 II, it cannot be daisy-chained.
IMPORTANT: The control protocol on both players must be the same, control A1 to control A1 or control A1 II to control A1 II.
- The master units command mode must be set to COMMAND 1 while the slave unit must be set to COMMAND 3 .
- Verify that the master unit is connected to the receiver with an analog audio or A/V cable. The master CD player is unable to convert the analog signal from the slave unit to a digital signal.
- If there is still no audio from the slave unit, connect it directly to the receiver and play a disc to verify its operation. If the slave unit plays back correctly when connected directly to the receiver, the Control A1 cable needs to be replaced.
- Unplug the AC power from the master unit for one minute then plug back in to AC power to reset the master unit.
NOTE: Only one unit can be set as the slave unit. A third CD changer can be connected and set to COMMAND 2 , but it cannot be connected to the master and slave units.