Then only the direct sound worked. Now I can't get any sound and when I am in "direct sound" and try to turn up the volume the display is filled with wird numbers and it turns off. They're quite old so there is no warrenty anymore. Would love it to work
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Try a reset of the device -- turn off the device
hold the source and the input button until the firmware version comes up on the lcd screen. then try to playing music if it is still not working. you may have to buy a new system. logitech will offer you a discount. call tech support on details.
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It sounds like you've done quite a bit of troubleshooting, which I applaud you for doing. Have you tried power cycling the TV? Simply turn off the TV, unplug it (and any components connected to it), then plug it back in and turn it on after a minute. See if this corrects the issue. If it doesn't, then I would recommend calling our Product Support team to schedule repairs at: U.S., Canada, & Puerto Rico - 1-800-305-2204 Mexico - 1-888-882-7326 daily from 7 am - 12 am CT.
The usual problem is the voice volume is turned down. This can happen when you are adjusting the volume down just as turn by turn instructions are starting; thus you don't notice it happened, or someone else did it or software glitch caused it or Murphy's law. The way to fix it is turn vol up to max and set navigation and start driving. As you get to navigation points where you would expect the turn by turn instructions hit the up volume button. Keep trying it will only go up whilst instructions are being broadcast. Try using repeat last directions function to get a better shot at it. This happened to me and this was the fix, odd but true. Also see if there is a turn by turn vol level in settings. Hope it works for you.
It sounds like it would more than likely be a short from some where within the wires probably a speaker wire try turning the radio of then on whilst the ignition is on. Then turn the radio back up again.
I had this happen to my unit shortly after I purchased it. When I turned the receiver on there was a loud pop through the speakers, the red light on the front started blinking and the unit failed to produce sound.
A tack worked its way through one of the speaker wires, causing a short. I replaced the wire and unplugged the receiver for an hour. It's worked well for the past two years since this issue.
If you haven't done so already, check all of your speaker wires and plugs on the receiver and the speakers. You may have a damaged wire or metal-on-metal contact somewhere. Try these steps:
1. Unplug the unit and disconnect all wires and connections. Let the unit sit for an hour.
2. Check all cords for damage or crossed connections.
3. Reconnect the power cord and set the volume to minimum. Turn the receiver on. If it stays on, shut it off, unplug it and reconnect everything, taking care to ensure that speaker wires and/or plugs don't make contact.
4. Plug the receiver in, set the volume to minimum (it should already have this setting after step 3) and turn it on.
It sounds like there is a short somewhere in either the wiring or the receiver. This caused the popping noise and activated the receiver's protection circuit. If it's a damaged wire or plugs or wires making contact, you can reset the unit with the directions above, replace or separate the wires and all should work. If the issue is within the unit, you'll have to contact Onkyo directly.
There could be 2 reasons:
1: Sound is muted.
Solution: Tap on the screen.
Tap change preferences.
If you see a green square with "Turn on sound", tap on it.
If it is a red Turn off sound, try the next solution.
2. Sound is kept very low.
There is a volume slider bar. Generally it should be on the bottom left hand corner. It you touch the area where "no route planned " is shown, the volume bar pops out. Rub/Slide your finger slowly from left to right. This will increase the volume.
have u check the menu??? where u can move the audio optons, panasonic has 3 options: speakers on speaker off variable pre out (u can connect and amplifier and when u up the volume in ur tv then u turn up the volume in the amplifier) speaker off continues out (u turn on and down the volumen directly on the amplifier)
try to connect an amplifier to the tv an see if u have sound.
i u dont have sound neither the amplifier the audio in the tv must be damaged.
I have a 750. I went to settings, language and restored the defaults.
The Voice was blank when I went to that screen. I am not sure if the
205 has the language setup or not, but this should solve other Garmin
problems. And as a bonus, if you want to solve the problems with the
US, Fire Congress check out http://FireCongress.org
i know this might sound a little obvious and maybe irrelevant to the problem, but did you press the switch on the mic? it will turn the mic on and off. make sure sound and mic are unmuted in windows volume control. if both are these didnt solve the problem, test the mic on another computer. if the mic works, maybe its not the mic that has the problem. if the mic doesnt work, then your mic may be defective or damaged in some way or other.
Try turning the volume on the computer volume control up and turn the volume control on the speakers down, or try the other way, turn the volume control on your speakers up, and the volume control on the computer down. I've had this problem before and this was the way I found a resolution.