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No lights to sux 902 amp when powered up

All the other attachments,tape tuner etc are getting power and the amp gets warm after a while so there seems to be juice going through the unit

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Have now taken amp to a local repair shop as there does not seem to be any answers on this site :-(

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I asked 3 times now!!! How do I hook up together a Pioneer tuner, power amplifier, and dual cassette deck, together then hook it up to a speaker!!!


Are we a little impatient?

It's pretty straightforward. Use one cable to connect the tape deck to the amp. Use another cable to connect the tuner to the amp. Use speaker wire to connect the amp to the speaker.

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I HAVE NO CABLE BETWEEN TUNER AND AMPLIFIER


Normally you should have a stereo "line" connection. The cable consists of a pair of "RCA male connectors" on each end of the cable, "RCA" is the style of the connectors, usually one red and one black or white on each end.. "Line" refers to the type signal and voltage level of the signal. The tuner should have a pair of output jacks labeled as such and also labeled Right and Left. The power amp should have similar jacks labeled "tuner input" or "tape in", "phono in" etc. don't use phono or "mic in" if that is a choice. Use tuner in or tape in. Connect the same colors to the same channel on each unit, ie, red to right and black to left on each unit. On the amp you may have the option to select the input source. Select the one you are using for the tuner. Turn on the tuner and the amp and listen. Good Luck.

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I HAVE BT INFINITY BROADBAND - WORKING OK - I AM USING IT NOW VIA ETHERNET CABLE TO LAPTOP. HAD COMTREND POWERLINE 902 NETWORK SET UP AND WORKING. WAS ABLE TO ADD 2 MORE ADAPTERS - OK. BOUGHT 2 MORE AND...


The modem is probably still looking for the MAC address of your laptop at this point.
You need to unplug the modem AND the 902.
Power up the modem first and give it a minute to let the lights settle then power up the 902
Once the 902 is powered up and it's lights have settled down, start powering up devices that connect to the 902.
You may be surprised that this is all it takes!

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Carver CT-28v Tuner preamp - Has a hum/buzz (soundls like a ground loop) that is heard as soon as the unit is turned on. Does not increase with volume, just stays the same and is continuous. Changing...


Reverse the polarity of the AC plug and try it. Is there a headphone jack on the preamp? Try headphones with the preamp standalone without the amp attached.

Are you sure the preamp is the problem? I assume you also have an amp or you wouldn't hear anything. Power up the amp with nothing but speakers attached. Hum??? It's in the amp. No Hum? Attach just the preamp with no external components. Hum now? It's the CT-28. Turn it off an exercise every switch and knob throughout its range numerous times. Try again. Still humming? Manipulate source selections, Tape Monitor, everything.

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Speakers are connected to pre-amp or power-amp? pls explain connections , what connects with what , between cd player + pre amp + power amp + speakers.


Do this, CD audio out jacks to the PRE-AMP INPUT jacks, then PRE-AMP OUT jacks to AMPLIFIER INPUTS then from AMPLIFIER to speakers, This will work similiar with any sound source unit ie. Radio Tuner, Tape deck, etc. Just think of it this way, a PRE-AMP is BEFORE the AMPLIFIER, all the AMPLIFIER is going to do is AMPLIFY the sound to your speakers, HOPE THIS HELPS!

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Using remote to play video DVD


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!!

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Stereo connection


Hi spanky

Sorry for the delays in getting back to you. Been busy here this week.

OK. to connect the 2275 to the 1152,there are 2 ways of going about this.

You can plug the pre- out of the 2275 to the power amp-in of the 1152. In doing this you are using the power amp section of the 1152 and the preamp functions of the 2275. Your other gear like CD player, tape deck and so on also plug into the 2275.

the other(better) way is to plug the pre-out of the 2275 into the tuner inputs of the 1152, leaving the volume at about 40% on the 2275 and use the 1152 as an integrated amp. This means you are using the 2275 as a tuner only. When you do this, you will need to use an RCA lead to jumper the pre-out/poweramp-in connections on the back of the 1152, and the 2275 ... L to L and R to R respectively.

I am still wondering why you want to use 2 integrated amps (each having a preamp and a poweramp section) The only real benefit the 2275 brings to your system will be tuner functions. You could just get a tuner and run the 1152 to be an ideal rig.

Let me know what your ideal setup you are wishing to build would have. Speakers, other gear like CD, tape deck, etc.

regards
robotek

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