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Dictation Transcriber My Panasonic Microcassette Transcriber has suddenly decided to play the voice in FAST speed. What can I do?

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This could be anything from a bad belt that does not allow the unit to fully engage to a bad motor. Hard to say without seeing the machine. If you feel comfortable opening up the unit, try replacing the belt first.
Dan

Posted on Mar 20, 2008

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I have just run a bass test and I am getting bad vibration noises from one of evp subs the sub works but seams to crash at certain frequancies


Over-driving or resonances can be unpleasant and intermittent. Decide which you have. Find some music that causes the symptom.

If you haved two identical subs the diagnosis should be easy enough. Swap them physically.

Lower the volume. Problem solved?

Move the sub around the room to see if it changes for the better or worse. Room boundaries and YOUR position relative to the speakers play a huge part in bass response.

Maybe the speaker cone is damaged or the voice coil is separating.

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Just purchased a Panasonic DMT-350 with analog 7.1 out and hooked up to my Onkyo 989 but tried everything and i mean everything to get my rear surround to play but no luck....pleeeeeease help me.


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Connect the Panasonic to one of the AV inputs on the Onkyo. Use red white and yellow AV cables. Connect the output from the Panasonic to one of the five AV video inputs on the Onkyo (or use the DVD dedicated input in the Onkyo backpanel). I indicated this option using red arrows. You can use any of the AV inputs or the DVD input at the bottom. Just ensure you do not connect to an output at the back of the Onkyo.

Alternatively use component cables and optical audio input, as indicated using the blue arrows in picture below. Select source and listen surround from the Onkyo.

There are more options. In some case you may decide to connect the DVD video output to TV and the audio to the Onkyo.

Here a manual for the TX DS989.


Here the backpanel:

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Rcd159a boom box PLL digital radio- plays all the old mp3 cd's with a write speed 16x & under but any newly burnt one with the high speed disks fail


That's not unusual. Slower burning speed results in a deeper burn which is easier for some players to read. Unlike commercial discs which are highly reflective, burned CDs don't bounce as much light back to the laser in the pickup. Too fast a writing speed when burning can make some discs unreadable. This is why some older players can't read burned CDs at all; they were never sensitive enough to begin with. It's always a good idea to keep the write speed low (16x or so) when making CDs that will be played back in a regular CD player or boom box.

This problem is more likely to occur as the CD pickup ages and the laser weakens. If higher-speed burned discs used to play and now are having problems, it's probably time to replace the boombox (or the pickup assembly if you're ambitious). If the higher-speed discs never played, the player just can't deal with them and you'll need to keep the write speed down when burning CDs.

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I have inherited a Sanyo 3-disc CD changer system with radio and tape-to-tape deck. When I tried to put a CD (a copy made on my computer) into the system it would not play, so thinking it wanted a...


i have the same problem and when I opened it I noticed that it wasn't spinning the disc fast enough, if anyone knows how to fix this or if we can just swap the motor please help!!

Sep 17, 2010 | Audio & Video Receivers

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My AVR 2803 shuts down when volume is at medium or above.


too big a speaker load,unit sensors shut unit down when speaker impedance gets too low . and draws too much current at hi volume.A bad woofer or tweeter voice coil burned by sudden excess volume can cause this,also partially shorted speaker wires.

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Can't hear the voices on my home samsung HT-X70 home theatre system


u stoip movie start it use prologic make sure center speaker pluged in ect

Oct 08, 2008 | Audio & Video Receivers

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Heads are not turning, therefore tape is not moving.


This unit is driven by belts. I would suspect that the belts have dried up a bit and are slipping. Replacing the belts should resolve the problem.
Dan

Apr 01, 2008 | Audio & Video Receivers

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I just bought a crosley record player and the 33 1/3 speed plays too fast.


How close are the other speeds? Chances are - especiall if you a musician - that the 33 1/3 speed is "generally" close, but not guaranteed that accurate. How far off do you think it is?

Depending on what you tell me, I'm not sure that PRACTICALLY there's a remedy. Let me know.

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