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Lost remote Is there anyway to set speaker levels and turn on/off the subwoofer without a remote?

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Re: Lost remote - Aiwa AV-D58 Receiver Audio & Video Receivers

Ebay. Model RC-AAR02.

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Re: Lost remote

No, you cannot do these things w/o the remote. Frustrating, to say the least, after my 18 month old tossed it in the trash. . .

I have found a replacement remote that looks absolutely NOTHING like the original, but works EXACTLY like the original.

go to & search for AV D-58

Here is the exact search page.

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Does anyone have a link to get a remote

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I lost the remote for the system any way to adjust individual volume level for speakers on system

Not unless you see the same buttons on the unit that are on the remote.

You could always buy a new remote. How can you LOSE a remote anyway? Tip all your chairs on end and listen for rattling. Usually loads of money too :>)

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I messed around with my quick setup mode and now my volume and bass is alot lower how can i fix this?

Sounds like the att is turned on or the individual speakers levels have been turned down. Get into the menu that shows the speaker levels and set them all to 0
There should be a button on the remote labled att. When the remote is in the receiver mode the button turnes it on and off, and is set sepperatly for each input (DVD, CD, TUNER, TV/SAT and so on).
So if you have a component such as a cd player that has such a hot signal that it causes distortion at any level you can drop the level of that input without affecting the others.

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Want to connect my RCA sub to my yamaha htr-5940 reciever

Subwoofer needs to be enabled through menu on Yamaha. LINE OUT might be turned off or Subwoofer volume set to low or off... (-db level) kinda thing...speaker wires are usually always live etc...

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Denon avr 3000 speaker B is off ,is theres a code to turn it on

I have a Denon AVR-3000 and want to turn on the B Speakers. I have hooked up my subwoofer to the B connections on the Denon since there is not a subwoofer connection. How do I turn the B speakers on without a remote

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Make sure the subwoofer is set to On in the setup menu. Should be able to access this setting from the front panel, using the click wheel and the left/right buttons above the wheel. Push the setup button to get to the right menu. Set subwoofer to 'on' and speaker size to 'small'. This receiver has a fixed crossover, so make sure to turn the crossover setting on the subwoofer to the maximum setting (highest frequency) to ensure no signal is lost.

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For my logitech z-4 speakers, my right speaker works fine but my left speaker has stopped making noise. if you turn it up to maximum you can slightly hear it, but its really quiet. can i fix it?

googled the same exact prob. and found this forum. after reading through the postings to get some ideas, I went back to my speaker set and unplugged the serial port that hooks up to the remote. blew on the connector and plugged it back in and VIOLA! I got sound from the left speaker again! Must be my awesome, smelly breathe that woke up the left speaker....

May 31, 2008 | Audio & Video Receivers

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Low treble

I suspect that the speaker levels need to be set. You connected everything right - many people would not have connected the sats via the bass section (which has their high pass crossover and overload protection). But I am betting the HSU is turned up a bit on the high side.

Try this. Set all speakers to small, set all levels to 0. Play the receiver in stereo all mode. If the bass is strong, you need to turn the HSU down closer to a natural sound. Then use the speaker setup tone and adjust as needed.

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Cant find remote and subwoofer is off.

I had the same problem, lost the remote during a move. I ended up using a really cheap GE (general electric) universal remote. It's a blue and silver remote that cost $5 at bestbuy. Programming code for Aiwa is 839. Then, pressing the "enter" button on the universal remote brings up the subwoofer menu, and pressing it repeatedly will scroll through the individual volume controls for the other speakers.

As far as I know, there is no way of accessing this menu without a remote. Aiwa dropped the ball on that one.

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Did the reset and nothing

You need the remote control to turn the subwoofer on and off. There are no controls on the subwoofer. This is the most ridiculous design ever.

Anyway, on the RC-AAR02 remote, press the "Manual Select" in the upper right corner. You'll see "SUBWOOFER OFF" on the display. Then, use the tuner up/down ON THE RECEIVER (not the remote) to turn the sub on. Confounded? Yes.

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