The problem i am having is that although everything on the unit works perfect there is very little sound coming from the speakers to the point where you have to put your ear right next to the speaker to hear sound coming through it. everything else on the unit works fine and it does not blow fuses. This unit was costly in its day and i would like to get it fixed or know maybe some ideas as to the problem? Thank you michael
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Re: very low sound from all channels
Without a model # it's hard to say what you have or what the problem might be, but since you said "in the day" I'll assume it's old enough to have a tape monitor function... Make sure Tape Monitor 2 is not on. Also make sure you are on the correct A/B setting.
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When the unit detects a problem, it shuts itself off to prevent any further damage. Your outputs (the IC's that give you sound) are most likely bad. You would need to know how to solder, etc. to replace them. Your best bet is to take to a repair shop if you can find one...
This is not how you explain your problems to others. It should be precise. In this case, you could have said that you connected the cable between the RF out put of set-top box and RF input TV. Or Audio/video output of set-top box to Audio/video input of the TV. Also you did not mention, to which port you had connected the Vedeo recorder and DVD which are working good. Now, it may the volume level of the set-top box at low level which you can try to increase by using the remote control
If you could not sort out the problem explain how you had 'dismantled everything'
first check that the subwoofer function on the actual head unit is turned up,second check that the gain on the amp is at bout half way then check that it is on a lp (low pass setting)
then check that the boost on the amp is turned up.
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You may have a bad stylus (needle), it can cause just that type of problem. Find a service center near you and see if they can get a replacement for you. They are very easy to replace, but very difficult to find.
I figured this one out, although I might still send it back for an exchange. It turned out that the right rear speaker works just fine, however the jack seems to be flawed. When fully plugged in, the rear speaker input only picks up the left channel. If you pull it out just a little, say 1/8-1/4 the way out it will pick up both channels. Not a good solution but it works for the time being.