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I ordered a 4 pc. tin of the pre-cut lower back tape. I rec'd a single item in cellophane. What do I do now? I was charged for the correct item.

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Contact the vendor and explain the problem to them. You can arrange for a return of the wrong item for the correct one. If paid for by credit card or PayPal, initiate a claim until this is resolved.

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Signal light question: if unit damaged, will it work with a bulb change? '94 Honda Del Sol.


Most likely the impact of the collision has broken the globe filament. I had many years ago the whole back of one of my vehicles smashed in with missing smashed broken covers on the brake and signal lights. I replaced the globes and used cellophane and gaffa tape as it had to show the correct color until I could get the back of the car fixed.
You could use clear or correctly colored cellophane if the signal cover is missing and use gaff tape or packing tape - taped at the edges on to the car body to seal it until you can get it fixed to protect it from water ..

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Why are my suzuki wagon r lights main beam 2000 not working?


The Wagon R does not have a relay for the headlights! In MOST cases the problem is due to Suzuki's wiring, They simply twisted the wires together and taped them over in the harness!

Follow the cable trunking down the N\S inner wing and cut into the trunking (carefully) and work your way down to the bulk head, and inside you will find little blue twists of insulating tape! Find the one that is on the red/white wire and that will most likely be the cause of the problem!

Remove the tape and cut away the oxidised wire until you get good copper core! Tin the ends with solder, then either solder the ends together OR fit a double to single bullet connector to create your connection. Re insulate then rewind the whole harness where you cut in.

Hope this helps!

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Bike runs fine when idling but when rapidly accelerating at about 6000 rpms the bike cuts off. When the rpms get lower the bike comes back on.


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I need advice on how to connect my very old BOSE 901 (with active eq) to this device: Martin Roland MA 3000K I see pre-out and pre-in but cannot locate main-in. Please help here is the back of its image:...


As you probably know, the Bose 901 Active EQ is there to modify the frequency spectrum fed to the 901's so they will produce a flat response. Without it, they sound acceptable in the midrange but lacking in bass. Since they have no woofers or tweeters, the modification is drastic and should never be applied to non-Bose-901 speakers or they could be damaged.

This setup should work for mixing and playing but I'm not sure if recordings directly from the unit's REC Out or Line Out would have the Active EQ effect on them. You'll need to perform a few tests to see how it all works for playback AND recording.

Remove the jumpers for Pre In >> Out

Insert the Active EQ in their place by running:

1. RCA cables from Pre Out to the Active EQ In (From Aux, Tape Out)
2. RCA cables from the Active EQ Out (To Amp, Tape In)

Use ONLY 901's on this amp with the EQ.

The Bose Active EQ has its own Tape Rec/Monitor loop to replace the one it normally occupies in a typical receiver application, so if you wish to record your mix you should use those connectors for your tape deck and there will be no problems with the Active EQ effect being recorded. The Monitor Tape/Source switch on the EQ functions just like a typical Tape Monitor. For playback of the recording, switch it to Tape.

The manual, available at http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/acekaraoke/MA3000K.pdf
doesn't get into any detail on the innards of the mixer.

In a typical integrated amp or receiver, the jumpers removed are between the Preamp Output and the Main Amp input, but BEFORE the amp's volume and tone controls, so manipulating them would not affect a recording. You should experiment with it by making recordings through both and adjusting speaker volume to see if it changes.

I would be curious to know what the functional difference is between the designated LINE Out, REC Out and PRE Out jacks in that regard. Normally, Line Out and REC Out will not vary with amp volume, but I expect in this mixer it does, or you wouldn't be able to control the volume from it. Experiment.

Of course, you probably want the mixed effects to be recordable, so I assume they'll appear at all outputs. Play back the test recording (at an initial low level, just in case) and see if you can detect an exaggerated low end (due to the 901 bass boost being applied in recording AND playback through the 901's. If the recording volume doesn't vary with speaker volume and the playback sounds as flat as the recording you're good to go.

If there is are volume variations or an additive effect, you may have to draw the REC Out to the deck's input and run the deck's output to the Tape In on the 901 Active EQ, monitoring only on deck playback.

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Como conectar un ecualizador Technics SH-E51 a un amplificador Kenwood KA300


How do I connect my equalizer to my receiver?
There are two methods of connecting an equalizer, by either using the tape monitor or the main pre-in & output jacks. To connect through the Tape loop, connect the EQ L&R outputs to the Tape-in (play) jacks of the receiver, then take the EQ L&R inputs to the Tape-Out (REC) of the receiver. On the front of the receiver you will need to select the Tape Monitor to access the equalizer.To connect through main pre-out/ pre-in jacks, connect the EQ L&R outputs to the receiver main-in inputs (pre-in), then connect the EQ L&R inputs to the main out (pre-out)

Oct 05, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Use the tape loop on the receiver, and connect the REC out to the input of the EQ. The output of the EQ goes to play in on the amp. If you have a tape loop on the EQ, then this is where you connect a tape deck. Engage the tape monitor and be sure that you have selected the source you want to EQ on the rec out selector(if you have one).

This is the only way to connect an EQ if the amp is without pre-in pre-out connections. If they are, then use them in the same manor as the tape loop. Good luck, get back to me here is you have any problems. A "FixYa" rating will help my profile and would be great for my time giving you this info. Cheers

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