The power is on. I can us the "Source button" fine to change between Tuner, BT, etc. If I select "tuner" mode, nothing else seems to work; preset bottons don't work, no sound comes out (no volume control), the arrow buttons do not work, etc.
In the BT audio mode, it seems to link with my phone, but no sound.....volume control is not working.
I have opened up the unit and pressed the "reset", but this did not help.
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Re: power on, no sound, very few controls work
Thanks for using FixYa. Please check the wiring for your Player, and make sure that no connections are loose or cut. Also check the relay and fuse for your stereo. This issue can be due to loose wiring when enough power/polarity is not fed to the Player. However, if the issue is not due to wiring or fuse then it is an issue with the internally blown resistors or bad contact switches on the player board.
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This depends on how you have it hooked up. You're going to need a Tuner. A simple method is to connect only the Yellow RCA cable (or composite cables) to your T.V. Then connect Red and White RCA cables to the Tuner/Surround sound system you're using on which ever input you're comfortable with. I.E. CD/AUX/TAPE..etc. Change your tuner to that input, and you should get your surround sound through the speakers. Make sure you change the input on your T.V. to what ever video source you got the wires in. If your tuner allows you to hook up a video source to it, you can just hook it up to the tuner and run the DVD player off the tuner only. The first option helps avoid confusion if your tuner isn't set up for any other devices to play video through it.
Hi www_andremou You are right. It has got a digital tuner. After you power on, press the Menu button on the Remote Control, select Setup. Select the Auto Installation. The Inbuilt digital Tuner will search for all the available channels r and tune automatically. If you wish change the Volume and Screen etc The Instruction manual gives full details. Good Luck luciana44
Hold the following TUNER button and VIDEO SELECT button and turn the main POWER button on. This will initialize the microprocessor and start the receiver. After this you can use the POWER button normally to power on/off the receiver.
The Sirius Tuner is separate from the AM/FM/CD, check the plugs between the two. If all is snug, pull the SIRIUS tuner and go to a JVC dealer that would have any deck w/sirius as an option and plug it in. If it sees it, it's more than likely a problem with your deck. My guess is it's a bad SIRIUS tuner. There have been LOTS!!! Good news is there easy to replace if bad, and there cheap! $45.00 from Crutchfield rebuilt.
Connect the supplied short RCA "Y" adapter cable to the mini jack of the transmitter base unit. Connect the "Y" adapter plugs to the TAPE 2 "REC" L and R jacks. These jacks will supply "line out" levels of any source selected at the Kenwood to the EWOS1 internal amplifier. The line out levels are "fixed" so changing the volume levels of the Kenwood will NOT change the volume out of the EWOS1 speakers. The EWOS1 volume will be controlled by the volume up / down buttons on the front of each speaker, or by the incuded remote when directed at the speaker(s).
The signals from the TAPE 2 jacks are ALWAYS on regardless of the source selected, so the Kenwood volume can be turned to minium and still provide an unchanged sound level from the EWOS1 speakers. Likewise, if listening to FM, Phono, CD, etc. in the room that the Kenwood's speakers are located, the OWS1 speakers will by playing the same FM, Phono, CD, etc program - unless they have been powered off. The point is, that unlike having to choose FM, CD, etc to listen to those soreces, you should never select TAPE 2 as a source. If TAPE 2 is selected, the KENWOOD would attempt to amplify TAPE 2's "PLAY" jacks, which I assume are not being used.
if there is a remote control does it work from it?
have you tried removing power from the wall for a few minutes then retry, sometimes the computer inside gets scrambled brains and a hard power reset might wake it up.
turn off your player by pressing and holding volume controler. press and hold longer (~5 sec) it again to turn it on (you should see 'tuner' in the lcd). push up arrow to select aux and right/left to turn it on.
now you can connect your ipod and select aux (as ussual switching between tuner/cd player/aux)
That works great except I can get the tuner to program any channels above channel47. Is this a limitation of this older model TV
yes there is limitation in old tv.
is there some setting I can change in order to get more channels using the tv tuner?
in INDIA what we do is put a remote control ckt which gives us about 250 channels.
of course we replace tuner also called hyper tuner along with remote ckt or replace whole kit which are cheaply available.& serves the purpose.
hope this will help