Question about JVC Audio Players & Recorders
Posted by Anonymous on
The "attached wire with a white and red plug" should be connected to an amplifier.
Posted on Aug 11, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you receiver doesn't have phono inputs,you will need to buy an inline phono amplifier.Phono inputs have a built in amplifier,all others don't.Try Crutchfield.com.If they don't carry them,they will tell you who does.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
Go to control panel, open sound, select playback tab- select your speakers-not the USB Audio Codec. Apply and click ok.
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
If it works on Channel One it is NOT the TT. It's a mixer problem. Define the mixer and what else works or doen't work. have you tried another device on Channel 2?
Posted on May 01, 2010
Check the wires to the cartridge, they can come lose and need to be tight. If that doesn't solve the problem check or replace the connecting cables. You can confirm it's not the pre-amp of your amp by just swaping the cables. Then the left speaker should play up. If it is still the right, then there's a fault on the pre-amp. But it could be just bad soldering somewhere. Also take the bottom of the turntable and check the soldering of the cables inside it.
Posted on Dec 08, 2010
To replacea turntable drive belt.Copyright.. Styluscity.com, JohnHarrison. Nov 2011Before starting any work on yourturntable disconnect it from the mains power supply.Remove the stylus or completeheadshell to prevent any accidental stylus damage.1. Remove the rubber platter mat toexpose the platter.
2. Put your thumb and forefinger through the two round holes either side of thecentre spindle and lift the platter off. You may need to give the centrespindle a light tap (whilst applying upward pressure) with a screwdriver handleor some similar tool that will not leave any marks or damage.
3. Remove the old belt and wipe the platter and motor pulleys with an alcoholswab to remove any old belt residue.
4. Place the new belt around the platter pulley making sure it is sitting flatwithout any twists.
5. Flip platter over the right way up. Acorrect fitting belt will stay put and an over belt will fall off.6. You will see 1 or 2 largerectangle or square shaped cut outs in the platter near to the outer edge. Throughone pinch up the belt and slip a finger or belt hook between the platter pulleyand the belt gripping the belt ready to fit over the motor pulley.
7. Align the centre hole of the platter with the spindle and place platter backinto position keeping a grip on the belt.
8. Slip belt over motor pulley and give the platter a light clockwise rotationto ensure the belt is riding correctly.
9. Replace the rubber mat and then run the turntable to ensure correctoperation.MUSIC IS LIFE, LIVE IT LOUD.Styluscity.com cansupply replacement drive belts for all turntables
Posted on Nov 13, 2011
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