Using one speaker, sound is present on the left side both A and B.
Using same speaker, sound is NOT present on the right side both A and B. A solution would be appreciated. I am suspecting the power amps for the right side. What do you think?
The 104ar don,t have fusees for right and left chanels there are two in the unit one is on the power supply broad it,s where the line cord is wired to and the other one is on the other side of the transformer the two relays protec the outputs the 104ar has 4 outputs the curcit is push pull. you have npn and pnps the drivers are between the outputs. the drivers are the small ones the outputs are the big ones there on the heat sink on the front of the maine broad the output relays are in the maine broad in the back there are two of then and they are black in color the power supply one is blue.use a dvm or a vtvm when working on the 104ar DO NOT use a vom
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Have you connected the Left speaker to the right speaker using the supplied cable? If not, connect the cable to the socket on the back of the right speaker labelled "to left speaker" and on the left speaker, to the socket labelled "from right speaker" If this still doesn't solve the problem, try swapping the input cables (put the white plug in the red socket and vice versa) to see if this makes the left speaker produce sound, if it does, check the connection at the source to check the plug(s) are in all the way. If there is still no sound in the left speaker, unplug everything and do the following: connect the left and right speakers with the supplied phono lead (Probably black) between sockets labelled "to left speaker" and "from right speaker" then connect the source to any of the inputs on the back of the right speaker (ensure if using the red and white phono inputs that both are connected) finally plug in power source. Hope this helps
If your subwoofer is placed to the left side try moving it to the right side or try to move it in the center. Otherwise if you are using a PC go to the control panel and click the sounds and audio devices icon. a little window will pop up and the button labeled speaker volum click on and reduce the volume for the left speaker and then turn up the volume on your speakers and see if that helps.
There is a obvious difficulty here. If you have a stereo receiver then it can't produce surround sound. You must have a surround sound receiver to present true surround sound. If you already do have that then on the back of your Phillips set there are audio outputs. The left and right audio out will be decoded in your surround sound receiver and they will automatically play from your speakers. You should have seven speakers, center channel, left and right front speakers, left and right rear speakers and left and right mid or side speakers. A sub-woofer would be nice too. Best bet is to speak with the store you purchased the set from. They will have that information.
need to narrow it down, using 1 turn table ONLY with the mixer on channel 1 (the chanel that is working) to test reciever is working properly and sound working on both side of the speakers, this eliminate the first turn table. Next, disconnect the working turn table (1) and connect your second turn table to the same chanel and see if you getting the sound coming chanel 1 just as your first turn table did. If you getting sound coming out from turn table on ch1 than is not the turn table issue. It will be you mixer having problems. You cant solve the problems having everything connected. Testing one turn table at a time using working chanel on the mixer to see if both turn table working properly. If you use the same chanel testing both turn table and the second one does not work than it will be one of your turn table is faulty. Note: if you find and test both of your turn table is working properly than it will be your mixer. good luck and hope that help..
Are you using the same cord for the mp3 player as you are for the cd and radio? There could be a patch cord problem or it could be the output jack of the mp3 player. If using headphones with the mp3 player works both right and left then it must be the patch cord. Try using a different patch cord.