Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would like to refer you to leethedeuce, he knows more about audio system setups.
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Posted on Jul 08, 2008
the red and white cables only carry the left and right channels of the full
to get all 5.1 channels of sound
you need a "toslink" optical cable
there should be a small square shaped plug right under the red and white sound outputs on the back of the tv
just be sure that you're av receiver has the same plug before you buy the cable
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
I solve the problem partly. I don't now how to make a panasonic code free, but I now how to play any disc on this dvd player no matter of region. On your computer you need to use Nero Vision to burn the dvd and everything warks perfectly.Nero burning studio you can get from huckers pages 'torent search engine' (everything is free) and find nero vision in it.To record this file , use 'bit lord' , 'bit comet' etc. If you download movies,music from internet , everything is easy,but if you buy dvd in the store with any region and you want to use in any dvd player ,this proceder need more atension ,but is easy too.
I didn't find out how make dvd code free , but I found how to make disc code free , so you can play it on any dvd player.
Posted on Oct 23, 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
Error code ' F61 ' on most Panasonic models indicate that the built-in diagnostics has sensed a fault at the output stage. This would normally refer to a failed output amplifier IC (?P/N RSN704D66P?). In some instances, the fault could also be triggered by:
Options then are:
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
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