I need to make a limitation for the maximum volume on my TV. This means that how much you ever try to go louder with the buttons both on the remot and TV, the volume needs to stop on a preset value. Is this possible ??
I've heard about a "hidden" menue or something where this is possible.
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Nearly all the things that could limit the maximum revs of a mechanical unintentional nature would probably cause the power to reduce as the maximum rpm is neared so acceleration would similarly reduce and if climbing a hill the maximum would never be reached.
If your description is accurate and the engine produces normal power to 3800 without tapering and won't go any further it is something only electronic rpm limiting is capable of rather than the usual culprits of strangled intake, strangled exhaust, insufficient fuel or timing problems. Sometimes it was something as simple as the throttle butterfly not opening fully.
Checking the injectors is only half the testing the fuel system should have - the fuel pressure and delivery volume and regulator function needs to be checked.
Opel once made an engine of 1.4 litre and over time it was stretched to 2.0 litres and beyond. That engine pulled strongly until it reached a ceiling of about 5400 rpm, less for a high mileage model. It was impossible to make the intake ports large enough or to maintain a sensible shape to the ports which made the rpm self limiting and was my only experience of what you describe in over 40 years. In all other cases of limited rpm the power always tapered because of external faults.
Your receiver has a customizable setting for volume limiting control, up to +18dB maximum.
Find your system setup button either on the front panel of the receiver or the remote control and press it, then press enter. On the display it will show number one, a two and a three. 1 is for speakers, 2 is for input and 3 is for option. You want to select number three.
Use the right arrow key to highlight number three with the cursor and press enter. Use your up or down arrow key to select the next item that appears on the display in a list. The first thing listed is the setting for the volume limit control. Use your right or left arrow key to select a limit up to 18dB which is the maximum, or select off, which is also the maximum. Then press enter.
possible reasons is there a volume limiter switched on in the menu? Is whatever is feeding the amp at the correct level, are you feeding from line out or does it depend on tv's volume settings? Is it distorted, if not the amp is probably ok
Limit the volume
Listening to loud sounds for longer than a moment can be harmful to the listener. You can
set the volume level of the player to suit your preferences:
1 From the main menu, select Settings > Sound settings > Volume limit > Settings.
2 Press Vol- or Vol+ to adjust the level.
3 Press to set.
> When you set a volume limit, you can no longer exceed the set volume, even if you press the
To enable maximum volume again, set the volume limit back to maximum or turn off,
select Settings > Sound settings > Volume limit > Off.
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Same problem with my HTS8100. Little-to-no sound. Sometimes sound comes on very intermittently. I downloaded the software patch from the Philips website and installed it. This fixed the sound problem for about a week, then the problem came back. I'm not sure what else to do.
You can reach the limiting IRRESPECTIVE of where the volume control is set when you have a guitar or other source that has HIGH output.
Guitars that have battery in them with internal amplifiers are an example of a high output guitar. Plain inductive pickups may require the volume control to be set at say 70% to reach limiting.
Please NOTE that the volume control is NOT linear, but is an "audio taper".
Limiting means you are probably driving it too hard. Many learn the hard way when speakers and thee power amp fail.
When the cone is driven too far beyond the pole pieces of the magnet, then the IMPEDANCE of the speaker becomes relatively low and can damage the power amp. The limiter tries to prevent this by sensing the current and or voltage and will back off the gain internally. This causes distortion when it happens.
this should help you below. If you have set a password on the volume limit and forgot the password please let me know cause you will then have to remove the password or restore the device.
This is only one step in trying to remove the volume limit it may work or it may not and you will have to use another method. But please tell me if this method works and if it doesnt i will instruct you on where to go from here.
To set the maximum volume limit for iPod classic:
1 Choose Settings > Volume Limit.
The volume control shows the current volume.
2 Use the Click Wheel to select the maximum volume limit.
You can press Play to hear the currently selected song play while you select the
maximum volume limit.
3 Press Play/Pause to set the maximum volume limit.
A triangle on the volume bar indicates the maximum volume limit.
4 Press the Menu button to accept the maximum volume limit without requiring a
combination to change it. Or, on the Enter Combination screen, set a combination to
require that the combination be entered to change the maximum volume limit.
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