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No sound heard thru USB dongle with JVC receiver.

I have a JVC RX-D702B Receiver. It uses the same QAL0708-001 wireless USB dongle as the D302 to allow you to play an audio stream from your computer through the D702 (the D302 USB setup instructions are identical to the D702). I can't get any sound out of the receiver when I try to use the dongle. When the dongle is plugged into the computer, my computer sees it as a USB speaker. I've made sure the playback device, in this case Winamp, is set to use the USB speaker device. I've gone through the "ID Learning" steps, no luck. The blue "Player" light on the dongle flickers rapidly when I start playback with Winamp, which tells me that the audio is streaming thru the dongle. Several reboots - no luck. Start, restart Winamp - no luck. Getting frustrated, ready to give up. Any idea would be appreciated.



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  • scriv6 Apr 18, 2009

    I have the same problem. Is the green light on the back of the receiver supposed to stay on when switched to on after the ID stage.



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the wireless transmitter use the same frequency as your wireless network and there should b a conflict. there is a way to change the frequency on the usb transmitter. once you do that, you should be ok.

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