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the 6'' paper is not the problem at all, you might need to crop the image to 4x6 size before printing since most point and shoot camera will not take the photo 4x6 size but 4+ inches, thus the border. richard
In DEC 1998 I bought a Gateway PC with a Digital Media Theater,
P/N 7000787. In the meantime the speaker in the sub-woofer got damaged (because of age).
Is it possible to disassemble the sub-woofer and replace the speaker? Where can I buy the same or a very similar speaker for this sub-woofer?
Thanks, Andy Szekely
if you trying to prints the picture from windows media player you need to press print and then by windows side its going to show how you want your pictures 4x6 or whatever when you do that try to set up the printer tray the same side of the paper you only move the tray with hands i hope this work for you
I think I had this same problem. Look on your computer for the limewire folder. For instance I saved mine to my documents. open the folder. Ther should be a sub folder marked saved. This is where all my songs go to once they have completed on Limewire. good Luck :)
Yes, there is no 4x6 choice, you have to input costume size.
For the bord-less part, i first would recommend to use a little bigger costume size so if paper with is 20 mm and there is a boarder about 1-3 mm then input costume size 23 mm. Caution, this can cause a paper jam, because there is a solenoids, what read paper. or you can use a bigger paper and later cut off the boards. Because this printer is not capable printing board-less photos
it's in the actual print settings. under file go to page settings, you can change it ther for as long as you need to print. Or you can apply it to keep those settings permenant. But if you choose to print a full sheet you will have to change the settings back to letter
ther should be a diagram in the left hand corner of display of speakers hooked up, make sure sub is shown right under the left right (and possibly) center speaker icons. under adjust, there is a subwoofer volume level. Under settings there is sub (yes, and no for on and off) there is a sub crossover frequency, and i believe there is also a "LFE" att, which is another subwoofer level.
A P72 should be good enough for 4x6 prints. Are you shooting at the maximum resolution? At 3.2 Megapixels you should be able to print at 4x6" at 250dpi (which although not ideal is better than that of most magazine printing!)
The graininess of your images is not to do with resolution but rather sensitivity and the processing engine in the camera. Are you shooting in bright light, or mainly with the flash? If it is the latter, I'm afraid you're always going to have the picture noise (graininess) with this camera.
If you're going to upgrade, look for a model with good low light capabilities and a good lens. www.dpreview.com is an excellent resource for comparison shopping.
That's a 4-channel amp, not a 2-channel, which makes me wonder exactly how you have it hooked up to your sub. Is the LED light on the amp coming on? How many subs do you have hooked up to it, and how is it wired?