Question about Panasonic SC-PT660 Theater System
I have a Panasonic SA-HT545 and would like to purchase a new dvd player which upscales. Is there a Panasonic dvd player which will allow me to connect my existing speakers to it? The speakers on this above system work fine and would rather not pay out for a new home cinema centre.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, when you say it doesn't work, will it just not play/read the disc? Mine has to be "initialized" every time or it shows "No Disc". To initialize I turn the unit on then press and hold "Stop" on the unit and the "10-" button on the remote, then it works fine.
Posted on Oct 09, 2007
SOURCE: F61 on SA-HT545
I can not find a listing for model SA-HT545. All I can suggest is that there should be a large black IC attached to a heatsink that should be marked STKxxx or something similar. Post that marking here and I'll confirm that it is the correct one to replace. That part is the output amplifier pac and is the most common failure part that generates the symptom you describe.
Keep me posted.
Posted on May 30, 2008
Had a similar problem mate. I solved it by connecting the tv to the PT460 system with a scart lead. You then have to have the AV channel selected on the PT460 system to listen to the tv. You will always have to have the AV channel on the PT460 selected to listen to any sound transmitted through the tv - be it playstation/xbox or any other device that you may connect in the future with HDMI leads or otherwise. Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
ANY amp will be ok, as long as the wattage of your new amp does not exceed the wattage of your speakers. Otherwise you could overdrive your speakers and damage them. First clue, if you turn up the volume and the speakers start to shut off and on you are pushing too much power to them.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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