Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have a Philips DCB 310 Ipod dock/DAB alarm. It makes a really irritating high pitched whistle when switched off. As this lives in the bedroom with us, it is a big problem. The whistle goes off for a few minutes if "ipod/aux" input button is pressed, but then returns.Is this a design problem or have we got a faulty one?Any ideas?Many thanks in advance of your help.
Peter Campbell UK
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes i had a very similar problem.
I have the MP-235. I could not edit my clock, my subwoofer settings werent active, and I could not switch to AUX.
If you have these problems, you have to hold down the menu button (bass boost) to enter the menu. then scroll around, turn AUX on, change the clock, etc etc.
You turn demo mode off the same way. Kinda silly how they have it all set up.
Hope that helps anyone in the future. i just wasted 3 hrs with this crap!
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
SOURCE: buzzer instead of radio
I have this radio too and from what I have read in a review on amazon suggests alarm does not tune to DAB only FM - very annoying! Contacted Goodman customer care and they suggested it was a problem with a component but maybe it is just the design.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
SOURCE: fridge is whistling
Mine was making a moaning, whistling noise coming from just above the ice maker. It happened when the fan speed changed. I learned on this site that the motherboard was probably defective.
Rather than go thru GE, we found a new one online for 66 bucks. I replaced it in about ten minutes and it's all fixed. Poor materials on the original, but this site was very helpful.
Posted on May 03, 2008
SOURCE: Ipod Dock connection
The Red, green, blue from this adaptor cable
go into any of the RGB inputs on the Onkyo
The R/W go into the corresponding inputs for audio, Red and White.
One thing to note,
IF you are running one source RGB like you want to do,
you may have to monitor output the video of the amp RGB to the TV, most of these amps do not like to mix HDMI with anything else.
So If you have one HDMI going out to the TV, this solution will not work. You should look at the manual for the Onkyo regarding what paths can pass at the same time. There is usually a small disclaimer in the HDMI section.
Hope that solves your question.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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