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We have q7 2009 with Rosen DVD player but one of them the sound doesn't work both head sets work on one DVD player. The right side DVD doesn't work. What can we do to make it work please help.


Sounds like either that dvd player is on a different channel. Look for a channel switch on the headphones and also check the on screen menu to see what channel it is set to.

Aug 13, 2016 | Rosen Car Audio & Video

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What is the time delay switch for on a sa 5760 receiver


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Surround Sound System Settings ---- Correct Time Delay Setting in Multi-channel Audio

A correctly set surround sound system can yield dramatic improvements to your
home theater sound or multi-channel music listening experience. In particular,
a correctly set time delay setting between the different channels is essential
for a realistic and unified surround soundfield.
Luckily, most of today's surround processors make setting the time delays
between the rear and the fronts a matter of a few entries in the setup menu.
Yet having a proper understanding of the principles behind correct time delay
settings is essential for the best results.
In this guide, we explain the principles behind time delay settings in surround
sound and show you how to adjust your surround processor or AV receiver for the
best surround sound field.

Time Delay Setting in Multi-channel Surround Sound Systems

Correct home theater speaker placement and properly balanced sound levels
between the different channels in multi-channel audio, while crucial, are not
enough to sustain a unified soundfield in a surround sound setup. A correctly
set surround sound system requires that sound from all the different speakers
reach the listener at exactly the same instant.
This explains why all fronts, left, right and center channel speakers, should
be set at exactly the same distance from the listening position. At the same
time, in a typical home theater setup, the surround speakers are closer to the
viewer than the fronts.

To compensate for this distance discrepancy, surround sound playback systems
apply a split-second delay to the surround sound channels.
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Jun 22, 2011 | Technics Audio Players & Recorders

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How do i stop a Sansui SV2918 tv from auto tuning?


If the channel are constantly changing then you have bad channel switch inside the set. The switch is located just behind the channel up or down (depending on which direction the channel are going). I have fixed them before by taking the back off and squirting with WD40 to loosen them up. However, the best fix it to replace. They are called tact switches and there are many different kinds in different TV's You would have to have the exact replacement. Has to be unsoldered the old and solder in the new. I recommend changing all of them including the Volume + and _ and the others as well. Do a search online for electronic parts and you will find a supplier.

May 29, 2011 | Televison & Video

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My DMR-EH50 is stuck in SP mode and when I hit the button on the remote it keeps displaying CHK REMOTE 3. Would you know what is causing this. I cannot get the unit to do anything at all.


Very easy fix.

Your DVD recorder can be set up to accept remote contol signals on any one of three channels. Remote 1, Remote 2 or Remote 3.

Your remote can be set up to send signals on any of these channels. You need to make sure your recorder and remote are set to the same channel.

Your recorder is telling you that it is set to receive remote control signals on channel 3. This means your remote control is currently set for a different channel.

Assuming that you have a genuine Panasonic remote, do the following,

On your remote press the "Enter" button and hold it down. Then press the "3" button at the same time for two seconds, then release both. This will change your remote so it sends signals on Channel 3 which will match your recorder.

Those clever people at Panasonic realise that you will be delighted with their products and will probably have several of their appliances in use. The different channels avoids switching all your Panasonic gadgets at the same time. Clever huh?

Best wishes

Aug 24, 2010 | Panasonic DMR-E50 DVD Recorder

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What is the dip switch setting for a second channel at the remote and the fan control unit


I think you have more than one fan and want separate frequencies for both -- correct?

The dip switch settings don't matter as long as they are different for the different fans.

Set the switches on the same number in both the remote and the receiver.

Charlie

Aug 24, 2009 | Hampton Bay Dryers

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Is my Toshiba 27AF42 TV bought in 2002 capable of receiving digital signals? And whether it is or not, how do I integrate my VCR into the TV and my converter box? Right now the TV is hooked up with the...


This is probably way too late an answer, but I just ran across your post. No TV made in 2002 has digital tuning, so you would need the converter box to watch off-the-air digital broadcasts.

To hook up the pieces, take the converter box output and run it to the VCR antenna input jack. Then run the output from the VCR to the TV's antenna input. Leave the VCR and TV both on channel 3 (or channel 4 if that's what you have the converter box output set for).

To watch TV, leave the VCR off and the signal from the converter will pass right through to the TV. You'll do your channel changing with the converter box, so the TV stays on channel 3. To record a program, just remember that the VCR will always need to be tuned to channel 3 (4), since it will have to be on the converter box output channel. Again, you pick the actual TV channel with the converter.

Note that this arrangement will allow you to program your VCR to record while you are out, but there are some limitations. You can't record things on different channels, since you won't be home to switch channels on the converter. The VCR is always recording on channel 3 (4), and the program you'll be recording is whatever channel the box is set for. If another program comes on on a different channel later, you won't be around to switch. But you could program different recording times on the same channel, anyway. You also can't record one program while watching a different channel, unless you had a second converter box.

Hope you can still use the information provided here. If this has been helpful, please take a moment to rate this a fixya. Thanks for asking here!

Dec 16, 2008 | Toshiba 27AF42 27" TV

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Sony SLV-798 HF VCR


on alot of vcrs if you already have a set time for one channel to record at a later time if you dant set the earliest first it wont let you change it but im not sure if you already have one set ahead of time or not

Feb 09, 2008 | Televison & Video

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SOund Problem


Doesn't sound like your TV... that sounds like your set-top box cutting in and out.

Oct 15, 2007 | Sony Grand WEGA KDF55E2000 55" Projection...

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