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Connecting a turntable?


If you have a Phono input it will provide the additional amplification needed for the ceramic cartridge, and perhaps even more amplification for a magnetic cartridge, made available by a switch. It also has extra bass boost to counteract the lack of bass in the recording, done so as to keep the grooves from making use of lots of platter real estate. By minimizing the bass, the recording time is increased.

If you don't have a Phono input, but you have an aux input, you may have to crank the volume and the bass to get reasonable sound, because the phonograph cartridge doesn't produce much output as compared to "line-level" devices such as a line-out on a tape deck.

Apr 09, 2014 | Sony CMT-CP101 CD Shelf System

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I have a bass amp and i high amp connected in my car and now when my high amp kicks on when car is started there is a load whining noise andit increases when i press on the gas...if i turn the car off


It's probably that your battery can't get enough amperes to feed your amplifier to work on its nominal current.
Try getting an extra battery and connecting both of them in series to get more amperes.

Mar 03, 2014 | Music

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Lack of bass on MDR-XB600


Impedance of the phone should match with the audio system.Then only we get super audio quality.
Please check up.

Feb 13, 2014 | Sony MDR-XB600 Extra-Bass Stereo...

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Denon DRA-397 zone 2


zone 2 is just for an extra set of speakers in another location, your sub is not attatched to that zone

May 21, 2013 | Denon DRA-397

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Umm I have an altec lansing vs4121 and the subwoofer is kinda loose so if i get stong bass i hear this extra vibrate in my speakers which is really annoying....


Umm, so what's the question? The sub COULD be damaged or it could be reacting to being overdriven. Sometimes resonances form due to room- or nearby surface interactions. Try moving the sub a foot or two in each direction. Or turn the bass down.

Sep 02, 2011 | Altec Lansing VS4121 Speaker

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How do i get bass from my iva-d310


To get to the bass settings touch [SETUP] on the source main screen and on the next screen touch [i-Personalize]. Touch [>>] of BASS ENGINE. The screen will change to the Bass Engine setting screen. Touch left or right arrow or [>>] of the desired Bass Engine setting item (i.e. Bass Max EQ, Bass Focus, etc). Touch arrows or the adjusted screen of the selected setting item, and change the setting. When setting is complete, storing in memory is recommended. Touch [RETURN] when finished.

For more information go to manual, page 37 and 38: http://www.fixya.com/support/p199196-alpine_iva_d310_car_dvd_player/manual-2142

Feb 23, 2011 | Alpine IVA-D310 Car DVD Player

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How you control your bass


Touch [SETUP] on the source main screen and on the next screen touch [i-Personalize]. Touch [>>] of BASS ENGINE. The screen will change to the Bass Engine setting screen. Touch left or right arrow or [>>] of the desired Bass Engine setting item (i.e. Bass Max EQ, Bass Focus, etc). Touch arrows or the adjusted screen of the selected setting item, and change the setting. When setting is complete, storing in memory is recommended. Touch [RETURN] when finished.

For more information go to manual, page 37 and 38: http://www.fixya.com/support/p199196-alpine_iva_d310_car_dvd_player/manual-2142

Feb 08, 2011 | Alpine IVA-D310 Car DVD Player

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Hi, do you know if you can adjust the bass on a Sharp xl-hp505 micro component system (other than the preset settings)? I find the bass too loud. Thank you so much.


The manual mentions a couple of things that could account for excess bass, one being the Extra Bass button (X-Bass indicated on front); the other being the ROCK setting, which boosts bass.


http://www.retrevo.com/support/Sharp-XL-HP505-manual/id/285dj790/t/2/

Placement of the speakers relative to the room surfaces and the listening position can affect their perceived bass response. Experiment. Corners and close wall reinforce the bass, moving the speakers out from them would lessen it.

Jan 03, 2011 | Sharp XL-HP505 CD Shelf System

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Only bass set going extra hand set not working


Hi,


This is because the extra handset might have not been registered with the base unit.The headset should be register to use the headset with that base unit.

To register the handset to base unit please follow the instruction:-

On registration the handset is allocated a handset number for use on the new base unit, the handset numbers are 1-5.

1. Press and hold
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2.Press and hold both
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3.Select the base unit you wish to register by pressing the corresponding number button 1-4.
4. When PIN is displayed, enter the units PIN number (0000 for this model).
5. If the registration is successful the handset will return to standby mode in a few seconds.


Thanx

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Noise from speakers when playing basses


hello, check and see if cabinet has loose screws or if back panel is tight,bass can vibrate screw loose.good luck! also look for anything caught in the woofer causing the noise.

Jul 28, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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