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PC-D320 Am/FM/Radio Cassette/CD player - CD won't read. The CD did read/play music, but would sometimes play in mono, moving CD selection switch would provide stereo sound. No CD cycles to last track and stops.

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SOURCE: Onkyo receiver playing in mono only

sounds like a reception problem. Is there a visual meter for the reception? Check your antenna.

Posted on Feb 02, 2007

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SOURCE: seems to only play in Mono

Karen - Is it only the FM section that is giging you trouble? Does Stereo work for the other inputs - VCR/DVD/Turntable?
Is that stereo button ONLY for the FM section?

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Dialog track not playing for a 5.1 DVD

Unfortunately without "surround" processing, the center speaker will not work at all. It sounds like there is a problem with the center channel amp which is part of the receiver. This should be a single amp IC attached to the heatsink. There should be a "test" moe that will send white noise to each speaker in sequence. Try that. If that results in no sound to the center, it pretty much concludes that the center amp needs to be repaired. The part cost for this should be around $25.

Dan

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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SOURCE: Manual required. FM reception is not sounding like stereo.

get connected to
www.audiokarma.org/forums/archive/index.php/t-83626.html-20k for your manual

Posted on Apr 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Hi, Experts, Vintage Sansui 5050 receiver.

Check for 19 Kz on stero decoder that requires calibration adjustment.
Instrument you need:
Occiloscope or frequezy counter and adj driver .
Good lock.

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Kenwood Stereo

I presume you realize none of these things produces speaker amplification. A receiver would do that and facilitate graceful and simultaneous interconnections. But it's not a necessity for selective interconnective between them, just not all at the same time.

I can't find any details on anything you named except the Tuner.

Typically, the tuner would use an RCA pair to go to a receiver AUX, TUNER or other Line Level input for source selection and amplification. Lacking a receiver, run it to the Tape Deck inputs for recording.

Ditto for the CD changer, but you'll probably have to disconnect the tuner.

Posted on Jan 27, 2010

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