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    Bill T May 11, 2010

    I hardly ever find a need to use a stump grinder in tandem with my home theater speakers and subwoofers. A chainsaw is a better tool for the job.

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Jamo d6sub


Simple things first:

Is it powered on? (sorry, I know that's too elementary)
Is it connected properly? (you have a cable securely plugged into your receiver's subwoofer line level output and securely plugged into the subwoofer in in the subwoofer)
Is your system configured properly to send a signal to your subwoofer?
  • Does your receiver have a menu system you can use to manually configure your speakers?
  • If it does, have you told your system that you have a subwoofer?
  • If it does, have you set your other speakers to "small" (believe it or not, even with full-sized floor standing speakers this is a good practice)? Sometimes, if the other speakers are set to Large, an AV receiver may not output a subwoofer signal.
  • Check all the rest of your receiver's speaker parameters through its menu system.
  • On your subwoofer, do you have the Level turned all the way off?
  • Where is the cut-off frequency set? (if it's set too low, and your source material doesn't go down that low, you may not hear anything through it)

Is the cable good? (use a multimeter to check)
Is the receiver outputting a signal through the subwoofer out port? (again, use a multimeter to check)

That's all I can come up with for now. Good luck.

Oct 14, 2013 | Audio Players & Recorders

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I need the wires to conect two speakers sony sa-va100r


Which two speakers?

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Sony-SA-VA100-Speaker-Systems-manual/id/22986ci669/t/2/

The speakers themselves appear to use standard spealer wire with bare ends. Just get a roll of lamp cord at the hardware store and cut it to the length you need.

Between the two front speakers they require a standard RCA stereo audio cable.

http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-model/Sony-Parts/Audio-equipment-Parts/Model-SAVA500/0996/0311400/50017803/00001

If you're needing the flat cable the link above is a breakdown of the various components. Perhaps you could contact them and describe which 'wire' you need.

Some other possibilities...

1-777-117-11 CORD (WITH CONNECTOR)(15P)

http://www.encompassparts.com/products/?1-691-777-11


http://www.partstore.com/Part/Sony/Sony/175134713/New.aspx?ModelMfgName=Sony&ModelBrandName=Sony&ModelNumber=SAVA100




Feb 01, 2011 | Sony SA-VA100 System

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Watching television or a film my Eltax Atomic a-8.2 subwoofer cuts in and out whenever it feels like it! you can hear it click then the bass cicks in then, even when you know there should be some bass...


most active subbs are desinged to shut off untill they are needed ( extreem bass injection) then they come on try setting your sensitivity to low or off

Jun 18, 2010 | Eltax Atomic A-8.2 Subwoofer

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Jbl psw1000 randomly cuts out. After unplugging it


This sounds like something getting hot that's causing the problem. That's why when you leave it, it goes faulty. Your best option is to get hold of a Servisol Freezer Spray. Then when it acts up spray the semi-conductor (it will be one of them) which you think might be getting hot. If it is bad it will return to normal. You can get a soldering iron to heat up parts faster and if you think you have found the culprit, spray and then touch with iron to confirm it.

Feb 15, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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I need advice on how to connect my very old BOSE 901 (with active eq) to this device: Martin Roland MA 3000K I see pre-out and pre-in but cannot locate main-in. Please help here is the back of its image:...


As you probably know, the Bose 901 Active EQ is there to modify the frequency spectrum fed to the 901's so they will produce a flat response. Without it, they sound acceptable in the midrange but lacking in bass. Since they have no woofers or tweeters, the modification is drastic and should never be applied to non-Bose-901 speakers or they could be damaged.

This setup should work for mixing and playing but I'm not sure if recordings directly from the unit's REC Out or Line Out would have the Active EQ effect on them. You'll need to perform a few tests to see how it all works for playback AND recording.

Remove the jumpers for Pre In >> Out

Insert the Active EQ in their place by running:

1. RCA cables from Pre Out to the Active EQ In (From Aux, Tape Out)
2. RCA cables from the Active EQ Out (To Amp, Tape In)

Use ONLY 901's on this amp with the EQ.

The Bose Active EQ has its own Tape Rec/Monitor loop to replace the one it normally occupies in a typical receiver application, so if you wish to record your mix you should use those connectors for your tape deck and there will be no problems with the Active EQ effect being recorded. The Monitor Tape/Source switch on the EQ functions just like a typical Tape Monitor. For playback of the recording, switch it to Tape.

The manual, available at http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/acekaraoke/MA3000K.pdf
doesn't get into any detail on the innards of the mixer.

In a typical integrated amp or receiver, the jumpers removed are between the Preamp Output and the Main Amp input, but BEFORE the amp's volume and tone controls, so manipulating them would not affect a recording. You should experiment with it by making recordings through both and adjusting speaker volume to see if it changes.

I would be curious to know what the functional difference is between the designated LINE Out, REC Out and PRE Out jacks in that regard. Normally, Line Out and REC Out will not vary with amp volume, but I expect in this mixer it does, or you wouldn't be able to control the volume from it. Experiment.

Of course, you probably want the mixed effects to be recordable, so I assume they'll appear at all outputs. Play back the test recording (at an initial low level, just in case) and see if you can detect an exaggerated low end (due to the 901 bass boost being applied in recording AND playback through the 901's. If the recording volume doesn't vary with speaker volume and the playback sounds as flat as the recording you're good to go.

If there is are volume variations or an additive effect, you may have to draw the REC Out to the deck's input and run the deck's output to the Tape In on the 901 Active EQ, monitoring only on deck playback.

Dec 02, 2009 | Bose 901 VI Main / Stereo Speaker

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Do you have a manual for the 3915 I can download?


i have aquired a Duraband Home theatre system but without the manual. i need to know how to set it up and use it properly.

Nov 01, 2009 | Durabrand HT-3915 System

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Subwoofer cuts out


Its due to the damaged pin in which you r inserting the subwoofer pin!

Dec 08, 2007 | Audio Players & Recorders

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