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After turning power on to the amp ta-av531 and try to play a cd or listen to radio it seems like the tuner shorts and the amp with go off. if you hit the side on the amp it will sometimes come back on. the tuner is a st-jx431. please help anyone

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All i did was mess with the REM wire, and found out i had to hook the REM wire to the blue/white wire on the deck. Instead of the blue/white wire, i had it hooked up to the solid blue wire on the deck which was preventing my amp from playing on CD.

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I too have the same system. STJX285 however I only have the #1 cable and need the #2 cable. the system I have is complete including the cd player and dual cassette deck. You would not happen to be willing to part with your #2 cable would you? you can contact me at frankgamboa@msn.com

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What AJIN GOPAKUMAR says.

You can buy cables and speaker wire at Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Parts Express or Amazon. Even a "dollar store".

One thing to keep in mind - do not fall the hype of people who want to sell you very expensive cables because they will sound "better". $2-8 for a set of RCAs should do nicely.

You don't need Monster Cables or their even more expensive brothers. There are many cables that fit your needs. One example on Amazon is "Hosa Cable CRA202 Dual RCA To Dual RCA Cable - 6.5 Foot". Another is Parts Express's "RCA Patch Cable 6 ft. Gold Plated" for $1.80 plus shipping.

More expensive cables will not hurt anything. But they won't help anything in your set-up.

And keep them short, if you can, for neatness ... though long ones won't hurt anything.

Before you buy speaker cable do some measuring ... and add several feet. You will be just fine with lamp cord or zip cord from a hardware store. "Speaker cable" is the same thing with clear plastic covering, often color-coded. This can be helpful because the most important thing to know about wiring speakers is that the MUST be in-phase -- red to red and white-to-white, or plus-to-plus and minus-to-minus. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT! Check and double check!.

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