Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I need a part number for the display module for a cambridge 735 radio.
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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
SOURCE: cambridge soundworks speakers
Happy Holidays Fredonna
Well, easy task, just put a music CD, on system and if you got an headphones, put in the green connector on your sound card, pop up the PC volume, and see if you heard sound, if you do, heard sound then the problem is your speakers. if don't is your sound card.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
SOURCE: static while adjusting volume on
If the volume is controlled with a mechanical volume control, usually a knob you turn or a slider you move, the problem is the volume control device (potentiameter) needs to be cleaned. That requires special cleaning chemicals most people do not have in their home. You would need to take it in to be serviced. This is a very inexpensive repair. Normally only costing about $50 to $75.
If it has electronic controlled volume like a button you press then it will still need to be serviced, but this is an unlikely case with static in volume when using the volume control.
If I can be more help let me know.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
Get a 2.5 mm stereo cable to dual RCA ( phono plugs)
Radio shack or Walmart will have them.
Connect it to the aux or CD input in the rear of the amp.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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