Ill be listening to music then the speakers will cut out. if i put pressure on the top cover the speakers will come back, almost as though there is a connection problem. i took the top cover off and cant find any visible damage. any ideas?
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Re: speakers cut out
Are the speaker leads clean and full? ( not missing a bunch of strands) if so, it sounds like the spot where the speaker connectors tie into the circuit board inside. I would find someone to solder that places where the connectors go into the main circuit board
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remove the 6 screws from the back cover, then gently lift the back off a little till you see the speaker wire connected to the board...disconnect the speaker and lay the back cover to the side...you should now be able to see the speker...disconnect the battery connector, then gently puller the battery off the board (it should be held fast with two sided tape)...put the new battery in and hook it up, then hook up the speaker and replace the rear cover...thats it.
if the battery fails to solve your problem, post back and ill help you further...this model is know to have a defective power port.
The only thing i can think of is the amount of power surging into the speakers is too great and they are cutting of to avoid blowing out. I have a similar issue with my surround sound if i turn it up too loud.
connect right channel speakers to amp left out if the problem fixed you will have a problem in amp itself. if the problem remained you will have a problem in speaker itself test first with new cable and second with speaker cabinet,
plug a pair of head phones in the speaker jackon the computer and play a video or some music.
If the head phones cut out also, you can rule out the speakers being the problem.
If the head phones work properly, its time to get a new pair of speakers.
Now , If the cutting out is caused by the computer , it can be a bunch of things
1. not enough bandwidth in steaming audio or video
2. video driver issues
3. codecs in your players
5. other programs you have running in the background
I would attack the last first, turn of everything but your media player, empty your temporary internet files and cookies, check for any updates or hotfixes for your media player, and check for video driver updates.
Hope this short guide helps you . Please post here again if you need further assistance and please rate the assistance at the end.
on the top right of you mp3 there is a button that says M.
Try holding it then plugging it back into you computer.
O.K ill try to make this easy now, do that when its off because when it says mtp on mine i can put songs on it but idk why yours is not working so try what i said on top and good luck, because if it says usb that means you share stuff but when it says mtp that means you put on music.
you have wires grounding out at the back of the unit. i suggest trying to completely rewire it and see how that works. its easy if youve never done an install so dont sweat it. email me if you have any questions.
ok what computers model u have ill get sound card drivers using limewire to play back music sucks use windows player 11 dl from windows update doinga custum scan then add software to left list so u get new stuff in windows what computer moodels do u both have ill help u get sound going with windows xp corect