Question about JVC TH-C3 System
When I connect an alternate audio source to the "VCR" audio jacks, they play very quietly. Consequently, I have to crank the volume on the unit up to max, and even then it's not loud enough sometimes. Is there any way I can independently adjust the volume of the VCR audio input?
4 longshots to try, in case you haven't allready: 1. try connecting using a different cable 2. what are you trying to connect to the VCR out? note that CD players(other personal players as well) have a headphone jack and a line out jack, and you dont allways get the same vulume output from them. 3. in case you do have it connected to the line out, try connecting a different device, because some players have lower volume levels than others, which bring me to 4. some players have a setting that lowers volume level in order to protect your hearing when using headphones. you might have to disable that. I never ran across any receiver that let you adjust volume levels of individual outs, but it might be possible that a part needs replacement, or to get amped up, have more power directed to it. consult a service man. offcourse if you're still under warranty use it, go complain... Good luck!
Posted on Jan 23, 2006
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Connecting audio from TV
When connecting the audio output from your TV to this Home Theater Audio System, you will have the sound of the
TV output on all the speakers. It will enable you to enjoy the multi-channel surround sound capabilities.
Use an audio cable (red/white - not supplied) to connect the TV IN jacks on this DVD system to the AUDIO OUT
jacks on the TV. To listen to the sound, press TV on the remote control as the sound source that you want to play.
Connecting audio from an audio/video device
This DVD system provides analog and digital audio connection. You can connect the audio output from an
audio/video device (e.g. VCR, Cable/Satellite Box) to this Home Theater Audio System in order to enjoy the
multi-channel surround sound capabilities.
Use an audio cable (red/white - not supplied) to connect the AUX IN jacks on this DVD system to the AUDIO OUT
jacks on the connected device. To listen to the sound, press AUX/DI to select "AUX" as the sound source that
you want to play.
Use a coaxial cable (not supplied) to connect the DIGITAL IN jack on this DVD system to the DIGITAL OUT jack on
the connected device. To listen to the sound, press AUX/DI to select "DI" as the sound source that you want to play.
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Hopefully, your unnamed TV has Component (3-wire) and Composite (1-wire) Video Inputs. You RCA would use the Component Out to the TV (page 2).
Page 17: VCR audio to the AUX jacks on the RCA. Run the (probably) composite (single-wire) video straight from the VCR to the TV.
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When playing a video component such as a DBS tuner or cable box;
• To listen to the sound, select "AUX DIGITAL" as the source to play.
(See page 14.)
• To see the picture, connect the video output jack of the component to
the video input jack of the TV directly, and select the correct input
mode on the TV.
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