The sound is coming from way back and choked when I connect my laptop via AUX cable to my NAD C 320BEE. I open the sound to full on amp and full on laptop and I can hardly hear it play. When I connect to main in via the same cable the amp acts as a monitor and plays back which makes me sure the cable is working. Is it a problem with my laptop's sound system or a problem on the amp where I input the AUX cable? Laptop's sound system is SoundMax HDAudio.
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I have looked at an image of NAD rear and it has RCA type jacks. I would plug it into the AUX sockets. Now to if it will work. Plug some stereo headphones into the iMac socket. If you can hear sound then the cable you intend to buy will transfer the sound you hear to the amp. If you want to record from the amp to your computer you will need another a different input on your computer and that would need to be connected to tape 1/2 out. Any 3.5mm socket to RCA will do, they are not expensive plenty of cheap ones on Amazon and E-Bay (image shown). You will need two if you do want to record as well.
You will need a cable with headphone jack (for mp3) and RCA left/right to connect to your NAD 320. You can connect to CD or AUX in the back and then you will need to change the input with remote or with on board buttons to CD or AUX depending where you plugged it.
disconnect the power cable and remove the battery nad then press nad hold the power button for a minute. then connect every thing back and then see if the screen comes on.
in case it does not then again remove the battery nad power cable and remove the hard drive nad ram and put it back in again.
nad then check still does not work see if the screen comes on an external moniter, still if it does not come on call HP if it is under warrnty they would give you free repair.
Doesnt sound like the selector as it "sometimes" works. Redo the speaker connections on the back of the amp and speakers first. If it persists, swop the speakers and cables, if the problem swops, then it could be inside the speaker or the cable, if still the same then amp has dry joints/loose connections probably
The cable from the computer simply needs to be plugged in to the speaker/headphone jack on the computer, then run to the AUX input on the amp. Make sure the volume on the computer is set to about 75% - 90%.
what was your amp? ic or transistorized? the output transistor of your amp may be opened, mostly it will short but because u still hear sound, maybe open and only the driver transistor are working. replacing output transistor or IC could solve the problem.