Question about Philips Cineos HTS9800W System
Hi When I power on my HTS9800W dvd and the sub gets power, there comes a terrible noise from the sub and speakers. AND the display has no light (blue normally) so I can not handle anything. Any idea what is damaged and what to do about it? Someone...? Thanks Lena
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here's the fix: power off the sub-woofer and wait for 60 secs before powering it on again. My rear receiver works every time now. I guess the sub-woofer isn't just a dumb speaker; it has some kind of smarts in it too.
Prior to this, I had only tried cycling power to the DVD player itself. I also re-seated the two, fat cables connected to the junction box. One of them had worked itself slightly loose and the result was completely absent speaker channels.
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
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