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TEAC A-L700P link cable

I have obtained a TEAC A-L700P amp and need to know the specification / availability of the LINK CABLE to DR-L700 receiver

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SOURCE: multiregion for teac DR-L700?

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SOURCE: cannot configure d-link 524 router to cable modem

You probably have to "clone" your computer's MAC address to the router. Usually the cable providers register your computer's physical address (aka hardware or MAC address). So in order to let your router get connected your router has to send the same MAC address. This is called MAC address cloning.

To get your machine's MAC you go run->cmd and on the command line write "ipconfig /all". This will show you the info of all adapters you have on your computer. Search for the ethernet adapter and get its physical address. It should look like (xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx) where x is a number 0-9 or a letter A-F.

Once you have that you need to go to your router's configuration page and find where you can insert the clone MAC. You may also need to enable the cloning from the same page.

Hope that will help.

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SOURCE: Teac Code for a cox universal remote to control a AG-D9260 AMP/Receiver

Try code: 2130

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SOURCE: a network cable is unplugged

This message " A network connection is unplugged" comes when the connection unavailable may be due to faulty connection. Chek that your router is rightly plugged and the sockets are dust-free. If problem persists, contact support.

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This is a good indication that the amp is geneating too much heat. There are protection circuits inside that will shutdown the amp if it gets too hot. You will need to determine what is causing the excessive load on the amp to make it generate that heat. Look for crossed wires or problems in the speakers. This amp is designed for 4 ohms (I think) and a load less than that will still work, but cause the amp to work harder and generate excessive heat.

Please keep us posted.

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