My son wants to buy reason music programme. He has a panasonic sx mb 100 keyboard. Can he use this keyboard with this programme? I have no software with the keyboard. Do I need it and if so where can i gat it? Thanx
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The problem is probably in the keyboard. Clean all the contact switches you can get to with very fine sandpaper. The reason it is stuck is it is waiting for that third selection to complete the circuit.
I am trying to use the utility in the Yamaha AW16G to connect it to the musical keyboard. I am trying to get sound from the audio workstation. I need to know what to do in the utility to get the sound to record in the workstation
I ran into the same issue, instead of buying a replacement remote I was able to dial in a Vip 211 dish network remote control with remote code 643 in AUX setting. Then once the code was in, i pressed the 6 key on the remote and now I can listen to audio on the music port. The 643 code refers to the first Panasonic amplifier/receiver in the code list. To further clarify, I pressed AUX for 4 seconds, pressed 2 to signal I am programming an amplifier/receiver device, then punched in 643 then pound sign.
Good luck with yours.
Do you have the manual, I think panasonic put some of there fault codes in the back.
Seems to have lots of people saying it could possibly be a power supply fault, an amp fault or shorted speakers.. Some people have gone to the extreme of actually buying new components and trying to unsolder and resolder to try to fix it themselfs.
Try contacting Panasonic, they will be able to advise you better ot possibly repair / replace the system.
Find out who sells this particular model new in your location and ask if they have a spare copy of the manual you could photocopy. Or it they do sell this model who to get a manual from..
Search on the internet via google to find out if the manufacturer has a copy available..
We assume that the stereo system has paper copies of the instruction manual, maybe its a CD or a down loadable file from the Manufacturer Help Desk..
Have fun searching the WWW...