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How do you set it up so it works without the tapedeck?

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SOURCE: No XM Audio, no fault indication

Buss cable is plugged into the wrong connector on the GEX-P920XM. The installation manual is not clearly written, the figure in the manual is correct.

Posted on Feb 25, 2007

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SOURCE: Pioneer GEX-FM903XM, system works great,

It may be possible that the FM frequency chosen during setup, is in use in your area by a strong signal from a local station. Change to another frequency and see if the situation improves.


The following is from the Operation's Manual:


FM Modulator Setting
You can adjust FM Modulator frequency and output level.
7 Frequency
If output from the FM Modulator is hard to hear due to interference from a strong broadcast
station transmission, you can switch to another frequency.
You can adjust frequency between 87.9 and 90.1MHz.
7 Level
If the output sound is too quiet, too loud or distorted, you can adjust FM Modulator output
level.
You can adjust level between “LEVEL–1” and “LEVEL–7”.
1. Press the POWER button for 2 seconds to enter the FM Modulator Setting
mode.


2. Select the desired frequency
with the left/right arrow buttons.


3. Increase or decrease the Level
with the up/down arrows (buttons).




4. To cancel the FM Modulator Setting mode, press the POWER button again
for 2 seconds.
Note:
• After entering the FM Modulator Setting mode, if you do not perform an operation within about 8 seconds, the FM Modulator Setting is automatically canceled.




Posted on Dec 13, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a pioneer GEX-XMP3 radio. No Sound

The same thing happened to my XMP3, I had to send it to Pioneer for a replacement XMP3........call Pioneer @ (800) 421-1404, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 7:00 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m. Pacific time.

Posted on Apr 04, 2010

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SOURCE: Pioneer GEX-INNO2BK XM Radio Receivers backight problem

Have you tried changing the backlight controls in the menu? Pull up your menu, go to settings, then preference, and change display. Choose backlight display. You can put it always off, always on, or on for however many seconds.

Posted on Jun 11, 2010

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Just one question. Why would you want to downgrade your sound by going from digital to analog tape complete with it's own hiss? I assume that you are using the dvd player to play your cd's.

anyways.............since one of your units is digital and one not, get 2 red and white composite audio cables. Use one red & white cable and go from the "output" of the audio of the dvd to the "in" of your tape deck. The other set of cables will go to the "out" of your tapedeck and will go to any tape or cd or aux in the back of your amp. Make sure the device selection button on the amp matches whatever slot you put the cables into on the back of the amp. Start a cd and put a casette in the tapedeck. Push record to see that the sound is coming through.

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I have an old technics su-z22 amp and a denton tape deck with an it seems an incompatable record out socket from the amp and two rca sockets on the tapedeck how can i marry the two up


Having looked at the back of the model referred to I see two sets of RCA sockets for the connection of two tape decks. So I don't know what you mean by incompatible record out socket? There is a 5 pin din but you can use the two RCA sockets to connect the tapedeck. If you have a good quality RCA lead it should record and playback. You can in fact connect two tape recorders to this unit using the RCA sockets.

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How do i get the cover of the added tapedeck off so i can get to the screw for the knee panel?


No need to touch the tape deck to reach the hidden screws of knee panel, just pry out the lower center console, where the lighter / ashtray is located, unless you had an aftermarket tapedeck installed in the lower center console, and in which case, only they would know how it was installed.

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I inherited this dual-deck amplifier from an uncle who has passed on. Unfortunately there is no manual with it anymore. The buttons on the tape decks don't depress except for the stop which immediately...


Hello
It's hard to provide advice without knowing make / model number. Many manufacturers have back issues of owners manuals on their websites - if not a Google search will often trawl one up
Lots of manufacturers used to put 'soft touch' buttons on cassette players - they don't actually push in (just wobble a bit) but work nonetheless. From your description it sounds like the drive belt has broken - alternatively it could be some worn cogs in the motor system, which might explain the clicking sound. Many years ago I had an AIWA tape deck that made a loud clicking when the tape counter got to 9999. Pressing the counter reset used to clear it.
You should be able to connect a CD or DVD player to it using the auxiliary sockets on the rear panel (assuming it has some). Any tape/ aux inputs should be the right impedance to work okay but a phono (record player) socket is unlikely to match. There will normally be a row of buttons (or perhaps a rotary dial) on the front to select input source.

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Just need a manual


http://www.hifiengine.com/manuals

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