Question about Audio Players & Recorders
All of a sudden I only have left speaker working. Before I check the wires, I'd like to figure out how to access the speaker balancing on this radio. This is a used car & the radio came with it, so I am absolutely blind as to how to get to the balancing of speakers button.
If its an aftermarket there should be a menu button or you push and hold in the volume button to navigate to the SETTINGS and that's where you should find it along with fade, bass, treble, ect. I could possibly guide you better if I knew what brand and estimated age of the unit thank you. Let me know if I was any help, Good luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is highly likely that you're TV is outputting mono sound, hence the left channel only. check your physical connections to the TV and the balance / channel volume on the television as well.
Posted on Aug 28, 2007
SOURCE: Speaker Detect error Left Rear
I had the same problem until i figured out that if u dont have surround speakers connected it will be a error when trying to configure the rear surround speakers.
So if u are running a 5.1 system and have hooked up ur surround speakers to the back surround speaker port u have to change them to the surround speaker port.
Hope this work for u
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
It is possible then that the root cause may not be electrical, but acoustic if you're noticing the issue from your listening position.
If you can run a channel test signal identically one channel at a time by positioning your meter less than a foot away and exactly the same distance with each speaker and the level differs by more than 1/2dB, then it's not the acoustics.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
I have the same issue. I took the speaker apart and tested with a meter and both the mid and tweater were wide open, in short blow out. Not sure what caused this but the speaker needs to be replaced.
Posted on Jan 14, 2011
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