How can we turn off the automatic start of Radio or CD setting?
JVC FS-SD1000 CD Shelf System ....... Everyday in the morning system turns on automatically. I want to reverse this setting to no auto matic start. In other words, I do not want it turn on automatically. I want to turn it on manually only. How can I reverse or reset this auto start?
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Re: How can we turn off the automatic start of Radio or...
The activating and deactivating of the 24 hour timer is via a toggle button, labeled "TIMER" on towards the right side of the top console. When the TIMER is activated, you will see a small clock symbol on the LCD display. While the unit is on, tap the TIMER button once. The clock symbol will disappear and the timer is now off.
Reactivating the timer is the same process (remember, the button is a toggle). Tap the TIMER button and you'll see the timer settings show up on the display (time on, time off, source, and volume). The little clock symbol appears again.
If you have lost your manual, you can download another one for free from this location: http://www.retrevo.com/s/JVC+SD1000
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As to weather or not it is worth it... if you are going to use your system on a regular business I would say yes it is worth it. While universal remotes can be useful, finding one that has every command available that the original remotes is very difficult.
Check the user manual for the TV to make sure that the TV has the option to allow an external audio system to be connected. If applicable, then check that any necessary mode setting have been done in the TV set to allow an external audio system. Make sure that you are using compatible connectors between the TV and the sound system. Also, the sound system has to be compatible to the TV.
Unfortunately, these older systems lose value rapidly and the cost of repairing problems like this can end up being as much as buying another system! Actually, you might be surprised to learn that JVC Service still sells many accessories and components from older systems. You can buy this sub woofer for less than $100, which should easily beat any repair cost you'll face. It may even come with the satellite speakers. The part number is VSDT2000R-SPBOX .
NOTE: JVC Service has a free shipping coupon going on right now, so you'd want to use that: DZYZXFX49GYZZ81
Also remember that there's a standard connection between the head unit and OEM sub woofer, so you're free to use a non-JVC unit. I would try to find one with a comparable power rating. Of course, the only drawback is that it won't blend in with the unit... but then, the sub woofer is usually tucked away out of sight.
1/ Turn power off for a while at powerpoint for as long as you want 5mins should be fine then turn on and try again.(which youve probably done already) as well as looking up your model number on the net to attain a info on your system.
Does the remote still work if so try to find unlock in menu/setting/functions but if it requires a digit code then youll need the manual as it could have an override built for cases such as yours.
start at jvc.com/dvd5.1 surround and find your model