Question about RCA RT2600 System
I turn it on it and it all looks good, then I go to play a CD which is RCA too. Ive checked all the connections, I go to play it and nothing i mean nothin and I really dont wanna take off the top to look at it, I know a little about repairs but obviously not this one could you please get back to me. Thanxs Rod
A 50/60 Hz hum in speakers indicates a bad stage somewhere in the amp, probably DSP or input selector. Don't switch this unit on until you've had it fixed, the hum could waste your speakers as well.
Posted on May 21, 2008
Check the speaker connections for any short circuit and also for polarity.
check if mute is highlighted on the screen
check if the audio output of the player is properly connected (optical / coax or RCA
this should solve your problem
If not tell me your connection configuration with regard to input output.
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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