Philips FR911 not output , only after volume blast
Hello i get no output on my FR911 after i just turned it on. I have to turn up the volume to about 21 and the i've got sound. I can turn the volume back down again and it keeps working.
Doesn't matter if i use speaker channel A or B, olsa changed speakers and cabels.
Thanks in advance
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Re: Philips FR911 not output , only after volume blast
These units have a relay that "turns on" the speakers. If the contacts are a little corroded, the symptom you describe will occur. Replace the output relay and the problem should go away. This part will cost around $15 or so.
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I had come home about a week ago and pushed the power button from my
remote but my tv did not respond. So I just went to the front panel and
pushed power but once the tv turned on, the volume was on full blast! I
used the front panel volume decrease to get the volume down, but when I
stopped pushing the button, the tv increased its volume to full blast
again by itself! Naturally I just turned the tv off for a few moments. I
tried the remote again, no response again, so I used the panel power
button. The tv volume was still full blast when it turned on but after I
decreased the volume it stayed this time. The picture is and has been
perfectly fine and the tv was working fine. The next day the problem
started all over and now once we turned it off from frustration of
having to manually use the panel to change channels, it now will not
turn on at all. I have changed batteries from my remote, reprogrammed my
remote, pushed system reset several times, unplugged it for a while,
bought a new surge charge, and even held the menu and device panel
buttons for 10 sec and tried to turn the t.v. on again! What other
options do I have or what may be the issue at hand and possible parts
that may need to be replaced?? Thanks!!
The dual XDDVD710 RADIO has a volume memmory (it seems), it will go to the last volume setting that it was set to, not play to,(supposly to keep it from blasting you when you turn it on and you forgat u had the volume on blast).
To set it,
1 turn radio on,
2 turn the volume to desire Level you whant it to go when you turn it on (other Levels besside BLAST hopefully) ,
3 push the volume button in, that should do it.
Now you can play your music loud and should you forget that you had it on BLAST (to over come road noise) when you last played your radio, it should start at the preset volume.
The mini jack was not designed to work in the manner in which you are trying to use it. The stereo output is always going to be at a higher output rate than the amplifier output. if you want to use an MP3 player with your stereo you will have to purchase a head unit with a built-in MP3 input or deal with the lower rate of volume.
You need to install a heavier gauge wire to your amp and a capacitor.
It works fine at low volumes because there is enough wattage from the
battery to power the bass output of the amp but at higher volumes the
amp does not have enough power.
Heavier gauge wire supplies more poer, and a capacitor stores a reserve
of wattage for the amp to use so that it does not run out while
blasting your tunes.
Were they ever loud? If they weren't (which is my guess - judging by the picture) is that they are low wattage which essentially means that they are not intended to be loud. They are most likely to be used as a small compact, low-noise speaker for a smal MP3 player where high (club-vloume) wattage/volume is needed. If they used to be loud check the volume control on your laptop and check each and every setting that there is. One stupid little setting could be a big difference. Audio Properties in the control pannel could be helpful but don't mess with those settings in the control pannel unless you are almost positive as to what they are and what they do. You could cause yourself a bigger problem. Remember that most laptop speaker outputs are actually for headphones and are not intended to go super-high as they are designed for headphones and not to hurt ears at high volumes. Hope this helps. If not try checking back with me. Best of luck. Bonne chance!
I have seen a similar problem. get to design mode (that trick with the remote mute & the set menu button) & look for a data address in the audio section that is set to all (F)s. sorry i can't remember the exact address. you could always just guess just make sure you write down where they are currently set .
Hope this helps.