Question about Pioneer Audio Players & Recorders
Would like a schematiic diagram for a home tuner component. Pioneer model TX-960
The AM doesn't work but the FM works perfectly. Any ideas from anyone who has worked on these kinds of things?
I intend to remove the cover but without a schematic it will be a lot more time consuming than it needs to be.
PS -- This is not a receiver but a discrete standalone unit. This catagory fit the cloest. The reason it's preferable to my receiver is that uses about 250watts and this thing uses like 10 watts.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure your receiver is hooked up to proper AM and FM antennae. Try switching to AM, scan stations. If you hear AM static and/or weak signals the problem could be antennas are not hooked up. FM has AFT which blocks out weak or noisey stations and you wont hear anything without ant.
Posted on May 07, 2008
you more than likely have a F.E.T.(Field Effect Transistor) front end tuner,very susceptable to lightning or static charge damage, chech your home owners insurance, you might be able to repair or replace the tuner but it wont be cheap
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
SOURCE: I have a RZC 298W
You could contact a tv repair shop, many shops have schematics that go back many years. You say the sound is fuzzy, is this fuzzy sound when your playing the radio or when you play something throgh the amplifer? If its fuzzy with any source the you might have a bad speaker or speakers. you need to be more discriptive of the fuzzy sound you describe. also. if this unit has a head phone jack, (which I doubt if its 40 years old). you could plug in some head phone and see if the sound is clear there, if so then you know its most likely the speakers.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
SOURCE: Amplifier - TA-AX380; CD Player
Since you have 2 receivers, you can either use the Sony STR-AV570X or the TA-AX380. You will need 3 Stereo RCA Cables to connect your CD Player, Tuner, and Tape Player. The speakers connect to the receiver you choose using the speaker input terminals.
Here is the diagram (click on picture to enlarge):
Posted on Jun 22, 2011
SOURCE: Sony Amplifier, Sony CD Player,
The actual task of hooking up a home theater may take a little time, especially if you are doing a custom installation with lots of separate components, but following 3 links have the basic principle of input and output...pls visit all and than you can easiliy connect all properly..
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The Basics of Home Theater:
Sample Wiring Diagrams
Home A/V Wiring Diagram
How Do I Hook Up My Home Theater?http://hometheater.about.com/od/hometheaterbasicsfaq/f/htbasicfaq7.htm
Posted on Jun 22, 2011
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