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Speakers cut out


Can have 1000 causes, like bad cabling, in power cable as loudspeaker cable. Defect in amplifier, or defect in the power supply of the amplifier, bas fuse, to name a few of the possibilities.

Mar 12, 2015 | Dual Electronics XDMA6415

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The loud speaker on my g1 doesn't work how do I replace


  1. 1st OF ALL, YOU WILL HAVE TO UNSCREW THE PHONE
  2. THEN YOU WILL REMOVE THE BAD LOUDSPEAKER
  3. THEN YOU WILL HAVE TO GET A NEW LOUDSPEAKER @ ANY PHONE REPAIR SHOP
  4. THEN FIX THE NEW LOUDSPEAKER IN THE PHONE
  5. TEST IT

Jan 10, 2011 | HTC G1

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How to switch on loudspeaker in nokia 3110?


Dear sir,

when the call is in duration there is the option of Loudspeaker in the extreme left/right of the cell fone. :)
From there you can switch on loudspeakers. :)

Take care.

Dec 14, 2009 | Cell Phones

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Radio works well in headset mode but has a lot of disturances in loudspeaker mode


Hi Friend,
When u are hearing the Radio or Music Player in your mobile by using the headset its clear but when u are using thro' loudspeaker its not clear because of below reason,


1.There may be problem in the Speaker(LoudSpeaker).The Solution is u may change your speaker by giving to the Service Center.

Regards,
Ayyasam

May 31, 2009 | Nokia 7610

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I want to increase volume of caller.


Hi,

To actually answer a call using loudspeaker, press the top-left button (options) and then the middle select button (with the option "Loudspeaker" highlighted). You can do this even when Keyguard is activated. (I just checked.) It means pressing two keys but at least it actually answers using the loudspeaker.

To make a call, the only way I can see is to dial first and then press the Loudspeaker button while the phone at the other end is ringing.

Mar 04, 2009 | Nokia 6230i Cellular Phone

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Receiver puts up PROTECT message


Not enough information provided - problem is likely impedance / load related. Receivers / amplifiers usually self-protect when the resistance they expect to see as provided by a loudspeaker is too low, or bypassed by a shorted circuit. Check your loudspeakers' impedances - impedance is measured in ohms. The loudspeakers' native impedances, as-built, may be too low for the amp. You can check the amp's requirements in the spec's section in the manual. If the numbers check-out, then put a multimeter on each loudspeaker to check their impedance. A failed loudspeaker can have a tanked impedance, thereby cascading instability to the amp. If you are driving a dynamic arrangement of loudspeakers with room-borne volume controls, a multi-meter won't likely reveal accurate impedance, you will need an Impedometer to test. And, most importantly, make absolutely certain that there is not a single strand of conductor errantly shorting at all terminations.

Oct 05, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Volume


Volume control
• When you have an active call or are listening to a sound, press o) or (o to
increase or decrease the volume level, respectively.
Voice volume icons:
- for earpiece mode,
- for loudspeaker mode.
Loudspeaker
Your phone has a loudspeaker for handsfree use. The loudspeaker allows you to
speak and listen to the phone from a short distance without having to hold the
phone to your ear, for example, having it on a table nearby. The loudspeaker can
be used during a call, with sound and video applications, and when viewing
multimedia messages. Sound and video applications use the loudspeaker by
default. Using the loudspeaker makes it easier to use other applications while in a
call.

Apr 02, 2008 | Nokia 6600

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Peavey PR10PN Powered Loudspeaker


you mean a series connection, I'm assuming that you are connecting two speakers to one channnel (the right or left ) of the stereo. you take the positive and the negative leads and you put one on one speaker and the ohter on ther other speaker, positive (+) to positive (+) and negative (-) to negative(-). then you simply connect the 2 leftover connection of the speakers together with a wire. Be carefull though becaus if you do it wrong, it could short out your stereo or it will sound really bad...

Dec 27, 2007 | Peavey AMPLIFIER, 1000 WPC, DDT, 8/4/2...

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