Hi I have a Denon D90 system with seperate tuner amp, cassette, and cd player but in a house move I have lost all the interconnection leads (2) they are 13 pin and 15 pin straight through ribbon cables and plugs. I am being told these are obsolete -help!! Notwithstanding the cost of replacement (I am a pensioner) I have really looked after this system from new and it worked fine till we moved it would be criminal to have to scrap it for the sake of two leads.
Re: Denon D-90 Hi Fi - have lost interconnetion leads
Gents - not sure where you live, but try these UK links. The D65 was a similar system produced a year or two earlier, if the cable is 15 pin my bet is it is the same cable. Good luck, better look after my cables carefully!
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what you have is a tuner. it is just a receiver, not one with an amp included. you will need a amp to get this to operate. the tuner is one of the best they made. it is a keeper. i would get a quality amp and use it. this is what was refered to in the past as seperates. purchase seperate tuner, amp, and may an eq.
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the amp should have an in and out for the cassette player also,, so you would go from the Out on the receiver, to the in on the cassette,, and out of the cassette to the in on the receiver, I don't have nor can I locate that EQ , but basically,, you need to come out of the eq and back the same way you would a Cassette player,,
Hi, Your suspicions about a broken belts are probably exactly right. Here's what you can do or attempt to do. Make sure the machine is unplugged. Remove the cover of the unit. You may be able to manipulate the cd changer mechanism so that you can replace the belts connected to the door mechanisms. Since I am not there and I don't know how your unit is constructed I would advise to be VERY patient and exacting while doing this. DON'T FORCE ANYTHING. And use good lighting so you can observe how it functions.
I have replaced a lot of belts on various types of CD transports and there is a certain similarity they all have. Inevitably they all have some small belt that rotates a gear mechanism that moves the transport drawer or section in and out. Of course you can get it serviced by a professional, who will do as I suggest. But if you are confident that you can do it. Have at it. The only problem I can imagine is locating an electronics supply house in your area. You may be able to get a full set of belts from Denon. I hope this helps you. Best Regards, Mark
You need to bypass your A/V tuner for your video connections (if possible). Plug your video directly into the TV and audio into the tuner. This will also give you a cleaner signal/picture as it does not have to processed by your tuner BEFORE it goes to your tv. Think of it as cutting out the middle man. Your tuner is best left for powering your speaker and not controlling your video despite all of the available connections in the back of it.
I would also get rid of your VHS and cassette players as they are dead technology. Clean up your system and remove the clutter. This will lessen your chance of getting interference. Good luck!!
OK, this is pretty easy to do. First connect your leads from the component outputs(i.e., tape, cd, phono, etc) to the recievers corresponding input for the device. Then connect the recievers outputs to your equalizer, if it is a seperate eq. Then the outputs of that to your amplifier, then your speakers to that. Be sure all of your wires are connected with the proper polarity. These instructions may be a little different for your exact setup but basically follow the same order minus any device you dont have.