I recently acquired a sony ps lx2 turntable. I have no problems playingrecords, but it seems that every set of speakers I've plugged theplayer into, the volume is extremely low (almost inaudible) so you haveto have your ear right up next to the speaker in order to hear anymusic, even with the volume on the speaker is turned all the way up.How can I remedy this problem?
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Hi, Thanks for update, yes, AVLS limits the volume control to minimum level and it wont advance, turning off AVLS will give you control to change volume level. Click Sony Support to download required user manual copy of D-EJ621 portable cd player that has all operational details. Thanks.
it stands for auto volume level stability (for sound) u can turn it off by the setting for settings refer to ur user manual provided with the thing or u can download form ur company website the player that u own of that company.
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Make sure the cd is snapped into place, and the speakers are plugged in to the correct jacks (right speaker, left speaker specific). Turn the unit on and press the function button (far left) until you see "CD" - the other functions are "RADIO" and "AUX" - you should be able to adjust volume, track numbers, etc. If that doesn't work, you might have a lemon --- 90 day warranty, so be sure to get it back!
Hello. The problem could be the jack itself, more exactly it has a bad contact with the main board. If you have a soldering equipment you should try to resolder the jack to the main board. Or you may try to go at a service center, to have the jack replaced just to be shure. It isn't an expensive repair and can be done in half hour at max. I don't recomand you to try to dissasemble the jack because it may get damaged even further. check the connections with the main board, it may even be a broken pin. Good luck, feel free to ask further questions and don't forget to rate any answer received from this site :)