Question about Sony MHC-GX45 CD Shelf System
My stereo is fairly old, and for the past couple of years it would have static when the system was on game mode. To solve this I would simply turn the volume up and then back down quickly and that would solve the issue, but now the static doesn't stop when I do that. I've tried clipping the wires and plugging them back in but that hasn't helped either. Playing music through it on game mode solves the issue, but games still have static.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: power problems
The set is detecting a problem internally and shutting down to prevent further damage. This is often call protection mode. I would guess that there is either a bad connection somewhere or a part starting to fail. If there is a pattern to the failures, a quick trip to the repair shop is in order armed with that info. Rough guess would be abaout $30 in parts plus the local labor rate. This is based upon my own repair experience with these systems.
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
Sorry, I have a similar problem and came here looking for a solution. I believe the problem is with the speaker or the speaker wire. When I move the "good" speaker to the other set of lugs, it continues to function OK. I wish I could get the speaker box open without major surgery, but, alas, they are not made for repair. Don't know if I will cut into the box. My temp solution is to turn the unit off/on. This gets both speakers working. Bit of a drag, but I am finding it real difficult to find a new system w a tape player.
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
OK, THE HEADPHONE PLUG HAS SOUND --- THIS MEANS EVERYTHING IS WORKING
UP TO THE FINAL AMPLIFIER INSIDE ------- IT HAS SPEAKERS LEFT AND RIGHT AND I
GATHER NEITHER HAS SOUND SO IT'S NOT A SPEAKER OR SPEAKER CONNECTION
PROBLEM .. MAY BE THAT THE INTERNAL FINAL AMPLIFIER HAS GONE BAD.
DID THIS HAPPEN AFTER PLAYING AT A VERY LOUD LEVEL ??? OR MAYBE PLAYED
IN A VERY HOT ROOM FOR A LONG TIME ?
NO SOUND FROM RADIO OR CD ?? SOUNDS LIKE IT NEEDS TO GO TO SONY FOR
AN AMPLIFIER REPLACEMENT ..............
Posted on Jun 10, 2011
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