Question about JVC (TC30EHGDU6) VHS-C Tape (6-Pack)
I had incountered before VICTOR colored TV.ive found out that the problem was in the switch relay on the power supply area.. My suggestion is to check the relays wich is located at the supply board area resoldered the pin to make sure the pin is in solid contact. or put an AVR back up to your TV. If the problem still occur check the regulator IC or try to change a new IC this might help the problem.
Posted on Feb 09, 2007
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Did you even get the SR4400 and speakers to the point that it runs by itself (test tones, FM)?
Master that part, then attach peripherals.
Some basics to keep in mind:
INs connect to OUTs.
Compatible connectors fit without modification.
Never test with MAXIMUM volume. If you can't hear something at medium volume it ain't there.
Regarding the DV4400: I'd advise you to run it's Component Video directly to your TV and its coaxial digital audio to the receiver so each medium is handled by the intended specialized electronics first. Run the DVD analog audio to the TV for watching news using TV speakers and without the receiver turned on.
>>>> * A word on coaxial vs spdif (optical) audio cabling - I always use coaxial if I have the choice because it is A) cheap RCA cable available anywhere in any reasonable length you want to run; B) can be extended and SHARED with other components if you have limited jacks available. You just have to be careful to make sure only one digital source at a time is turned on while using the other; C) RCA cable is impervious to problems arising from tight bends; optical is physically delicate and won
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