Question about Audio Players & Recorders
1.Do not get any sound out of right channel. Turning the balance knob decreases the sound in the left channel.
2. Power switch doesn't work; have to unplug/plug unit from wall.
3. Tone switch will not stay in place...it floats
If your reciver has a mono switch that could be a possibilty to check cause mono is one stereo is two mean left an right, if you have to unplug it while its on that could damage the unit, it could cause things to short out, thats another possibilty to check
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Jul 04, 2011 | JVC RX-5000V 5.1 Channels Receiver
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"SW" stands for SubWoofer.
Shows the currently active channels depending on decoding mode and source material. Icons lit indicate active channels in the source material. Icons with a box around them indicate actual channels being output separately.
Search for the word "balance". Page 8 again (circled 8)...
Lights when the Front Left and Right speaker outputs have been set to different levels in the OSD, i.e. a balance adjustment has been made.
You can look at the relative levels of all channels as described on Page 14.
Mar 22, 2011 | Cambridge Audio Azur 540R Receiver
EFFECT : Use these buttons to increase or decrease
the amount of effect applied in a DSP or Advanced
Theater mode. When the amount of effect is
increased in a DSP/Advanced Theater mode the
characteristics of that mode become stronger and
more noticeable. The scale ranges from 10-90 with 70
as the default setting. First turn on the DSP/
Advanced Theater you want (by pressing the DSP/
Advanced Theater button until you get the mode) and
then increase or decrease the amount of effect.
CH SEL : You may want to adjust the channels when
listening to some sound sources. Use this button to
select the channel you want to adjust.
+/- : Use these buttons to select the amount of effect
in a sound mode and to adjust the channel"
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