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My amp turns on good but after a while of too much bass causes a ugly sound too loud what could it be? Can it be repaired?


If you have over driven the amp by playing it real loud with the bass control turned up, it is very possible that you have toasted the output stages of amp.
Every time you boost a tone control by 3 db you have doubled the output power at that frequency. So if you are "coasting" along at a nominal 75 watts, the moment you boost the bass by 3 db the amp has to put out 150 watts at that low frequency.. Go to +6db and now the poor amp has to kick out 300 watts! And so on.

Rule of thumb - you never use your tone controls at very loud levels. Tone controls are there to compensate for the poor frequency response of the human ear at low volume levels - the Fletcher Munsen effect. At low volumes our hearing with the lows and high frequencies so when you play something at low volume you boost up the bass and treble to compensate for poor hearing. At loud volumes our ears respond properly.

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How can i connect my denon 5805ci with my new tv 4k & 3D sony 65"


Are you sure that model is HDMI v1.4 compliant? I know my Denon 8508 is not so I use optical outs to get 5.1 surround sound.

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How can I get my midland 9001z from AM to FM


Hi Trevor,

The Midland radio you have is NOT capable of FM transmit & receive. It is a Citizen's Band radio that operates on channels 1 thru 40 that are assigned to the 26.965-27.405 MHz frequency range. These are the standard 40 Ch CB frequencies in the U.S. (and may not be legal for use in other parts of the world without a license from your country's communications authorities). It also offers Weather Band reception - again these are US frequencies that may or may not even be used at all in the UK. Since the radio only displays a channel number, you don't actually know the frequency you're monitoring or transmitting on. Your friends on CH 5 may be in a completely different band.

Even if they are on the same frequency, the fact that they are operating in FM mode means that you would hear something - but it may not be intelligible - and the same would be for them listening to you transmit in AM mode. If you could have them switch their radio to AM, all would be fine. I suspect they use FM as there is much less static when compared to AM.

If they won't change to FM, you'll either have to stop trying to talk to them or buy a radio capable of FM (and make sure it has the same frequencies as theirs!).

Good luck!

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What is wrong with my radio??? AM works but FM doesn't.?


I'm very sorry to say this but, The internal FM modulator has blown & the only way of getting FM back is by replacing the head unit.

Sep 21, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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The static level is so high I am unable to hear the radio.


Under menu, select FM frequency. Try using different frequency. A nearby FM station could be bleeding its signal onto the FM frequency your unit is using by default.

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I just got this bass and am getting speaker pop at low frequencies, any ideas of what is causing this? All other frequencies sound great.


If you are driving the speaker too hard it will pop. This caused when the voice coil is driven mostly beyond the pole pieces of the magnet. Without the magnetic field the back EMF of the voice coil drops off and the current shoots up. The voice coil can't move farther so there is a discontinuity of movement which causes a pop.

200 watts is a lot to put into a 12 inch speaker so you have to be careful to not drive low frequencies at excessive volume. It is both very hard on the amp and doesn't do the speaker any good either.

If you want loud lows, you should get a subwoofer of at least 15 inch speaker to handle the lows.

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How to adjust frequency on transmit??? Galaxy


hELLO THERE
hERE IS SOME MODIFICATIONS FOR THIS RADIO
Galaxy Mods DX 2527 - VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 7....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 8....RF Meter, VR11...Driver Bias, VR12...SSB ALC, VR13...Hi Power, VR14...AMC, VR15...AM Low Power, VR16...SSB Low Power, VC 1....10.240, VC 2....10.240. DX 2517- VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 5....FM Deviation, VR 6....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 7....TX Offset, VR 8....CW Beep Level, VR 9....RF Meter, VR10...Final Bias, VR11...Final Bias, VR12...Driver Bias, VR13...SSB ALC, VR14...AM/FM High Power, VR15...AM Modulation Meter, VR16...AM Modulation, VR17...SSB Power, VR18...AM/FM Low Power, VR601..13.8 Volt Power Supply. DX 22B- VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 7....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 8....RF Meter, VR11...Driver Bias, VR12...SSB ALC, VR13...High Power, VR14...AMC, VR15...AM Low Power, VR16...SSB Low Power, VR21...TX Offset, VC 1....10.240, VC 2....10.240. DX 11B- VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB/CW S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 5.....FM Deviation, VR 7....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 8....RF Meter, VR10...Final Bias, VR11...Driver Bias, VR12...SSB ALC, VR13...AM/FM High Power, VR14...AM Modulation, VR16...CW Tone Level, VR20...Final Bias, VR21...TX Offset, VR601..13.8 Volt Power Supply, VR803..AM/FM Low Power. DX 77HML, DX 88HL, and DX 99V- VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 5.....FM Deviation, VR 7....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 8....RF Meter, VR10...Final Bias, VR11...Driver Bias, VR12...SSB ALC, VR13...AM/FM High Power, VR14...AM Modulation, VR16...AM/FM Low Power, VR20...Final Bias, VR21...TX Offset.
Unmarked VR in R189..AM/FM Medium Power for DX 77HML only. DX 33HML, DX 44V, DX 55V, DX 66V, and DX 73V- VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 5.....FM Deviation, VR 8....RF Meter, VR12...Low Power AM Modulation, VR13...AM/FM High Power, VR14...High Power AM Modulation, VR16...AM/FM Low Power.
Unmarked VR in R188..AM/FM Medium Power (DX 33HML only)
Unmarked VR in C139..Med Power AM modulation (DX 33HML only) DX 949,DX 959- VR 1....AM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM Squelch Range, VR 6.....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 7....TX Offset, VR 9....RF Meter, VR10...Final Bias, VR12...Driver Bias, VR13...SSB ALC, VR14...AM High Power, VR15...AM Modulation Meter, VR16...AM Modulation, VR17...SSB Power, VR18...AM Low Power, VC1....10.240. DX 2517 and DX 2527-
Symptom:Buzzing or motorboating sound in either the transmit or receive.
Problem: TR602 is oscillating
Cure: Replace C602 with a .01uF cap {Cap is located in the power supply board}.
RG 66,99,DX2517 Replace Q54 2SB754 60watt 7A with a higher power 2SB817 100 Watt 12A. Derating of this component will cool operation, provide better voltage stability,decrease wobble, allow voltage increase to 14.5 volts comfortably. (replace 10 volt caps in this section of the radio to a minimum of 16 volts before increasing supply voltage to this level)and provide faster swing rise time, Replace Q37 2SA473 to a 2SA1012-0 or ECG153 this will improve the clarity and volume of the modulation and it will also run a lot cooler.

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FM plays extremely low volume


Two things to check:

1) Verify that the tape monitor switch is not on. If it is on you hearing crosstalk only.

2) Verify that the unit has a jumper wire from pre-amp out to Amp-in, if your unit has it.

If neither of the above are the problem, please post the make and model and further details will be provided.

Thanks,
Dan

Dec 29, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Problem with amp?


Give that new sub a chance to "break in". New speakers require a few hours of use before the voice coil(s) and spider break in and began operating at their best performance. Is the box within the operating specs of the sub? Is this a ported box; if so you will here some turbulance type noise from the port. What type of distortion are you hearing? Alternator noise(dentist drill like sound) would only be noticable through a sub at lower volumes due to the frequency response of a sub. Is the amps lowpass crossover turned on?

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