Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Have just purchased a Belkin surge protector board for my new LCD TV and HT. It also protects the aerial, and includes 'in' and 'out' sockets for the aerial cabling. The board also came with an extra aerial cord (which I'm assuming is to help connect from the board to the TV).
I have connected my original aerial cable from the wall to the 'in' socket of the Belkin board, and have run the extra aerial cord from the 'out' socket to the TV's aerial input socket. Is this correct?
The reason I'm asking is because it occured to me that some might interpret the meaning of 'in' and 'out' differently! For example, 'out' could mean out to the antenna, rather than 'out' of the board as I've interpreted it.
Do I have my cabling right?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try playing the Roady 2 through a fm radio with the audio jack(middle connection) disconnected and the FM Frequency & Fm Radio set to the same station. At least this will tell if the receiver is working. I suspect that you got an aftermarket audiojack for your stereo. Might want to check that. Go back to the manual FM Modulation setup instructions. Any FM receiver will work. Good Luck
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
SOURCE: cable in connection
Most TV models/cable providers uses the F type of coaxial connector as shown below.
However, some versions intended for other regions (Europe & Middle East) uses the PAL type of connector likewise shown below.
If your model uses the latter and your cable provider uses the F type, what you need is a straight F type Female to PAL Male adapter. Or it could even be just the other way around.
They are available in most electronic parts/supply store or online. You can try here, here or here.
Hope that this be of idea/help. Pls post back how things turned up, r should you need additional information and/or if your cable connectors are of different types. A photo of the connectors would be nice.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
SOURCE: Captain 7000
When your loader is open click on Serial Set, change to either one of the four "COM" I didn't realize that all have different "com" settings, I have to be on com 2, to download. I'm not sure if you are aware, but the receiver has to be unplugged then download the file and re-plug in your receiver. A download box should appear, then a large warning sign, then another message will appear that the download is ok, wait about 3-4 minutes before clicking ok.
I hope this help, good luck.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
SOURCE: extending the power cable
Provided that your soldering skills are sufficient, you should be ok. Just be sure to observe the polarity (don't switch the wires around) and use an adequate sized wire.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
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