Question about Panasonic SC-PTX5 Theater System
I bought a Panasonic SC-PTX5 home theatre system 14 months ago. just today it has stopped working - it powers up, but after displaying "hello" it goes to 'aux' input and then bricks - none of the buttons work, either on the unit or the remote, including the Power button. I unplugged it, waited a few minutes then reconnected. Power button activates it, but display just shows "------" - and again no buttons work.
Is there a way of 're-booting' - the manual suggests holding the power button and '10' on the remote simultaneously, but as I said, none of the buttons, it just sits there showing "-----"!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sc-ht500 system cable
You cannot wire this system separately, since it is very difficult to separate the power cables from the others which carry the audio parts.if in any case , lets suppose, you could wire the dvd player separetely, you will have no audio since all the audio frequencies are transfered in this cable to the sub woofer and from there to the satellite speakers.
It would be useless to wire it even if we could as there would never be any audio, only video, no matter what disc you use as the only way the audio is comming is throught this system cable to the subwoofer. Actually its the worst idea to implement in a home cinema system, but well, this is old panasonic.. :)
Posted on Dec 07, 2007
SOURCE: SC-BT 100 Error Code f61
Had the same problem. Found that the code refers to the cooling fan. Could be that the fan is dusty or not running when the system starts up. I removed the fan with the two screws and reseated the plug. Make certain that the short, black wire (that seems to go to nothing) is securing the plug to the board.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
I found an online manual you can browse through as I try to assist you with this problem:
When using your remote, press AM/FM then press the > or < keys to get to AUX or DVD
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
SOURCE: I have a panasonic SC-pt90
Ideally, which way is sound traveling in an A/V scenario? I believe the best audio should always make its first stop at the Hi-Fi; and the best Video from each source should make its first (perhaps ONLY) stop at the TV/Monitor.
The TV-programming probably comes from a Cable- or Sat Box, which is itself an audio component with digital and analog outputs. Treat it like any other high-end audio source and run it straight to the SC-PT90.
The TV/monitor only NEEDS high-end video from everything and minimal viedo from the recever for management. Maybe analog audio from the cable box for watching the news.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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