Sanyo DC TS760 Can't get bass speaker / remote to work
Bought this Home Theater system (2nd hand) and dont have any instructions. the remote seems to work but wont turn up the volume so I assume there could be a problem with it, the ''audio'' button doesnt seem to work neither, I'm presuming you need this function to work in order to turn on the bass as there is none working??
The small speakers work fine but I just cant get the bass to work!!!
Any help would be appreciated as the person i bought it off wont answer e-mails now!!!!!
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If you can't get this to work, I suggest you try to return the remote and buy and harmony remote. For me it worked very well with everything including old audio amps and you can configure your own activities.
Hi my name isMike Houston of DISH Network and I see you want to program your remote to DISHNetwork. The best way to have the DISH remote programmed to the BOSE system, Iwill send a link that will help with these steps. http://www.dishnetwork.com/SupportSection/power-scan-instructions
Attaching speakers to an under-powered amp won't DRAW too much power. And we're not talking about an amp here, we're talking about a PC which can
only provide enough juice for headphones. All it provides is Line Level (millivolts) output for an external amp to process.
The speakers are NOT self amplified. If they were they'd have batteries or wall power cords and RCA style input connectors.
What you will need is a replacement for the dead Sanyo electronics that can handle 4-ohm speaker loads. Then you can draw the output of your soundcard into IT with RCA cables..
To get a better bass output from the sub. The best place is in the corner next to a wall. Doing that is called corner loading. Like you put a firecracker on your hand you might just get burned,buy if you close your hand...you will have to goto ER. And it is not a boomy sub. Small 5 1/4" woofers.You wand good bass? Take it back and buy klipche. Great sound and bass for a decent price.Or go all out and buy the Bob's Sunfire sub. and tick off all your neighbors. that little thing really pounds. I own two. When I played twister, My celing in my new home cracked. I got picts. If you want something simple like the 321,try Kef instant home therei <<spelling. Has a 10" sub.Bought for my father. Sounds great. Just 2speakers DVD/CD/Radio unit and sub.Simple one wire hook-up. and speakers.
Hope you are able to use this info.
You need two more speakers to get surround sound,ie> two front one center and two for surround,then you need a home cinema amp to run the speakers and decode the sound from your tv,sky,dvd etc,and the sub gives you your bass.