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My SA-AK25 casette will not work properly . I can only play on the record side

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can you remoove the cover and check the belts.in my experiance its the only problem it can gets for this fault.

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I have a Panasonic SA-PM31 stereo system with two auxiliary input methods: the first appears to be a common auxiliary cable input which says "phones." The second is a two cable input system...


The corect input for your ipod is another one who's name is "auxiliary" The "phones" input is dedicate only for pick-up, or another device who had to output a very small level signal. Your ipod have a high power level on output because he is amplified for a good level sound on your earphones. So, you can serious damage your Panasonic SA-PM31 sound system when input a too high level signal on "phones input" Phones is for unamplified audio signals like pickup signal direct from the head wires, or casette deck signal direct from the head wires. Gross (unprocessed) signal.

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My Panassonic SA-XR50 Receiver is not producing surround sound from either of the Optical imputs from the TV or DVDR Both outputs are stereo L and R + subwoofer How do I rectify this What settings should I...


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You can however, acheive surround sound from 2 channel sources with dolby prologic or prologicII sound processing, or other proprietary modes that your receiver might have from the manufacturer.

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you have a record side and a play side make sure you have the right cassettes in the right decks, you press play on the one deck and record on the other, unless there is a sync button that starts recording. if this doesn't work tell me the model cassette and I will have another answer for you

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I did hook up my PC to my SA-203 successfully. I noticed the amplification was weakest when I hooked up through the "phono" connection but in all cases both speakers worked. Be certain you have plugged in the cables completely and the contact points are clean. If you open your Technics SA-203 you will see it is apparently not very complicated so if the connections are the problem you can probably even fix it yourself. Go to Radio Shack online as it is unlikely the sales help knows s**t about there electronics part bins and probably neither will the manager. But once again, I really believe you just need to fiddle with the plug at the "phones" connection on your receiver. Good Luck and sorry I took so long.

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