Question about Audio Players & Recorders
If you have a wireless speaker system, chances are the transmitter/receiver parts have drifted off frequency (very common with consumer grade equipment which is designed very cheap since it only needs to work at one frequency). This problem might be fixed but you have to go inside and adjust it, if it is adjustable. More likely, you'll have to replace the entire system. If they are NOT wireless, try turning the volume control back and forth like 100 times. If the control has become dirty, this operation will clean it and hopefully restore operation. Also twist all plugs in their jacks, remove and reinsert them several times to clean those contacts, maybe even spray a quick shot of WD-40 into the jacks beforehand. My suggestion is to never buy a wireless speaker system, as you're left with perfectly good (but useless) speakers when the electronics fail. Sort of like buying a TV with a built-in DVD player. The DVD will last 3 years max while the TV usually lasts much longer. If you're buying fancy speaker electronics, go with Bose, Sony. etc. You get what you pay for.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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