I misplaced the manual for my son's JVC FS-S77 and I was wondering if you could somehow use the tuner and speakers to amplify the sound from the TV when playing XBox 360. Any information would be helpful- thanks
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Re: Attaching other components
If the unit has an auxillary input you can attach your device to it. If not you could by a transmitter to broadcast the audio and then tune it in with the stereo, although there will be quality loss and the transmitters are a bit pricey for what they do, generally less then $30
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So the good news is that the amp isn't implicated but an electrical conductor somewhere in the path may be flaky.
Headphone insertion mechanically disconnects output to the speakers. Hence, headphone removal relies on spring-loaded contacts to restore the output to the speakers. Perhaps there is oxidation on the normally-closed contacs. Repeated headphone insertion/removal MAY help wear it off.
Also try swapping the speakers (wire and all) to see if the static follows or stays with the amp channel.
Treat it like you just opened the box for the first time.
Keep the volume at a medium level until you figure it out. One misplaced control like a Mute or Tape Monitor, when flipped, could blow your speakers if the volume is set too high. If you can't hear a source at 1/3 volume it ain't there.
start with the tuner, hook up the equalizer to the tuner, then on the rear of the equilizer hook up all the peripherals except the amps which will go to the tuner outputs and all will feed thru the tuner to the amps and out to the speakers
There is other Cinema Surround systems that use the same 8 Pin setup Aldis had one retailing at £49.99 and there are plenty on E-Bay www.eserviceinfo.com will provide schematics for these systems so you can select the right one.
I saw on another JVC systems manual that its an error message that shows when the tray isn't fully open due to an obstruction.
If you can locate a manual eject button(usualy you'll need to insert some tip into it) it will help you eject the tray and look for any obstructions, anything looking out of the ordinary there.
at least that way you'll be able to take your cds out...
You can also try disconnecting the system from all power sources for a few days(including an internal battery), maybe the reset will jog it back to working order.
If you're out of warranty and know your way around those things, try taking it apart, cleaning as much as you can, and look for anything out of the ordinary, like broken gears or pins, bent parts, a cog, etc.
The laser lens in your CD might be dirty or failing.
Try the following solutions:
Clean the laser lens with a DVD player lense cleaning disc.
Lense cleaning discs are available at many electronics retail store.
Sorry i can't help you more.