I would like to ask anyone who has experiment on hook up....
To whom it may concern , I bought this product , but , when I look the output and the input , I don't know how to hook up to my mixer, mackie 1202 -vlz3 , If anyone here can help me to hook up , I'm very appreciate thank you for your time and your consideration
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From what I find on the internet, the Receiver and the DVD player do not have any HDMI connections. Therefore, I'm using the S-Video connections. The best way to hook these components up is the following.
DVD player - Use an S-Video Cable on the OUTPUT and connect this to the S-Video Input on the Reciever. Also, connect the two audiot OUTPUTS (red/white) on the DVD player to the RECIEVER's two audio INPUTS (red/white)
RECEIVER - Use an S-Video Cable and connect to the S-VIDEO MONITOR OUTPUT and this will connect to the TV's S-VIDEO.
Speakers will connect to the Left Right Front Speaker, Left Right Rear Speakers, and Center Channel. The sub woofer needs to be connected to the Sub woofer/PreOut terminal on the Receiver.
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YO Phatfender, Get a grip, the guy said he already ordered it. His question was not are they obtainable. Read the question before you make a stupid response!! He was asking if anyone had this experience before and was likely looking for someone who had some constructive insight. Obviously you are lacking in that dept. I personally would read your owners manual and determine if both gas and electric should be running at same time
You actually have two problems; you won't just need the pin code, but will need to know at which location the pin code was set.
The system is designed to make stolen Nuvi's useless and cannot be bypassed without internal hardware changes which will cost more than replacing the unit. Unless you can obtain the pin code AND take the Nuvi to the location it was originally entered then it's totally unusable.
Chalk it down to experience and resell yours as being for spares or repairs.
I have the same Kaoss Pad mini and have exactly the same problem. I have asked for a solution as well!
The only way I have been able to use live is to turn up master on mixer to compensate, but this is incredibly hard to do if you're not always going through the KP as you have to adjust master volume each time up or down.
I haven't heard any volume problems with the full size Kaoss Pads, think it might just be a KP mini problem.
You Have to check The owners manuals for both products to see if you are using the correct switching method to use your television with the surround sound.There is usually a setting for each unit that must be set for the correct signal path to the amplifier output to the speakers. The way to test this out is to use the first input on the surround sound unit for the television. Hook- up the output of the sound for the television to first input on the surround sound amplifier.Set the surround sound amplifier to the first setting and test to see if it is working. If still not working check the televisions sound output section in your owners manual and see if you have to set the output to the line out sound and turn off the television speakers output.If this is true make this adjustment with the on screen menu and test the sound again.If still no sound output there may me a problem with the output sound section of you television. You should then check the Sharp website for the frequently asked question and troubleshooting sections to see if similar problems have been posted for this problem and have answers.If all this fails you should contact customer service for both units and ask for technical assistance for your problem. Hope this helps you with your problem.
Most Surround Sound Systems these days will come with An Optical Output but just to make sure If you can tell me the maker of your product and a model number it would be very helpful to further assist you with your concern.