I bought a JBL on stage II speaker (brand new) 120v and didn't know that it doesn't work with 240v. I plugged it into a 240v and turned it on...now it doesn't work even after I bought a transformer to convert the current from 240 to 120v.
Do you think the speaker is repairable? And how much will it cost?
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It will actually work, however,
you will not be able to dock the iPod® Nano into the JBL On Stage™.
You can connect the audio in cable to the headphone jack of your iPod. That's the only way, hope this helps. Pls rate solution. Thanks!!
When the OnStage speakers first came out, the charger was not compatible with 3g iPods or iPhones. Newer speakers have an upgraded charger and will charge all current iPods/iPhones (up to and including iPhone 3Gs)
Bad news is that there's no way to upgrade an old OnStage.
You can test yours by trying an iPhone 3G (if you have a friend with one, for example) to see if you have the old or the new charging circuit.
Have you tried not setting it to aeroplane mode ?
If you cant put up with the error or if their are bigger issues, sad to say you would have to update you jbl stage to a model that supports your version of firmware or phone model
The power supply consists of two parts: the AC cord with a two-prong connector on one end and a double barrel plastic connector; and the large rectangular power supply which has a dual prong receptor on the side and a long cable which plugs into the JBL unit.
In my case, I had plugged the double barrel plastic connector into the dual prong receptor backwards. Even though I was getting full power to the unit, this somehow caused the speakers to become inoperative.
Of course, I would offer a recommendation to JBL that their power supplies are made to be "dummy proof" so this does not happen to others as well.
The JBL On Stage Micro is supposed to disable recharging of the iPod when running off AAA batteries to avoid draining them, but sometimes this setting gets stuck even when the unit is plugged in through the AC adapter. The workaround that I found is pulling out and reconnecting the iPod to the Onstage Micro (while both are powered on) and then unplugging and reconnecting the AC adapter. Sometimes you have to repeat this process, but the iPod should start recharging after that. I tried this on different versions of the iPod nano and this seems to work.