Question about Sharp XLDV60H Shelf System
I have an Apple Macbook Pro laptop hooked up to the stereo. Whenever I attempt to "crank it up!" for a party or social gathering the stereo shuts itself off and the LCD screen reads "PROTECT." When entertaining the multitudes of World Famous Socialites that frequent my cramped studio apartment for some reason this feature becomes quite a hassle... almost along the lines of sonic premature evacuation... Oh, Bad joke? Ouch. Sorry. I was wondering if there was a way to override this respectable yet unsatisfactory self-protection/preservation "PROTECT" mode? (I'm to the point where I think it knows it's pissing me off. At first, I was moderately impressed that it was trying to save itself by shutting off before it blew out its speakers and committed suicide. Now, I am really sick and tired of its suicide resistant tendencies. I ready to step in and play the role of Jack Kavorkian here.) The stereo seems to think (yes, it has a mind of its own) it needs to switch off whenever I turn the volume up past a certain level? Note: I have a standard audio card on my computer. Also, i previously had it hooked up to a TV and would try and play a DVD out of the stereo system itself (using the TV as a monitor and the Sharp XLDV60H as the DVD player) and had the same "PROTECT" problema. Any ideas? Help me annoy my neighbors! Please help? Success Needed!
Use different speakers, problem still? get a different sound card, still problem get a new one!
Posted on Jul 23, 2007
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