Question about Cambridge Soundworks ton Theater MC300.2 Home Theater Speaker System, White System
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A lot brand of speakers, like Sound Blasters, Logitech, Cambridge, has this (strange) kind of volume problem, sometimes, is the resistor, in the volume control, sometimes in the modulator for the board on the sound speakers, Subwofer.
I use a general tip is let the volume in one setting and don't move in the intermediate low volume say....9 .
from other thing, be change the speakers.
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
I can't find a manual for this but my guess would be there is a setting for the Display to dim it at all times unless you touch a control.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
1st make it sure the volts of your speaker...buy same volts power supply according to you speaker ..
example: 12v 1.0 ampere safe...
Posted on May 25, 2010
I've searched the internet and a lot of people are looking for the service manual. Even the paying sites don't have them. Apparently, you have to contact Cambridge Soundworks to get one. Here is their website: http://store.cambridgesoundworks.com/content/hookup_csw_manuals.htm
Copy and paste this address into your browser's address bar. They have an email contact spot on the page.
Hope this helps. Thanks,
Posted on Jun 09, 2011
SOURCE: My Cambridge SoundWorks 88CD is
A couple of possibilities- If there is no fuse holder on the rear of the box, it may not be user-replaceable but soldered onto an internal board. If it has blown, either there has been a component failure in the power supply that caused the fuse to fail or the supply is not starting up as it should, a problem caused by cheap capacitors in certain areas of the supply. Unless you have at least a multimeter, this is not a good choice as a DIY repair.
Posted on Jun 17, 2011
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