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I'm confused. The message header shows a problem with a Yamaha RX-V995 receiver.
As for connecting a Nakamichi (or any surround system) to a TV - the only connection would be the Monitor output (video connection) to an appropriate video input of your TV.
If it is a Nakamichi, it is a little older and probly predates the invention of HDMI cables. My guess is you will either use the S video output or Composite video output to the TV's input with similar connections.
This allows you to route whatever video sources you have connected to the Nakamichi to the TV.
Check out the Comcast web-site for the long list of Q and As - if nothing helps there then click on the technical support 'contact us' icon.
Good luck but be sure to give them every detail even it seems silly.
It's hard to know without putting on a bench and doing diagnostics or, maybe a tech with experience on these decks knows of common weaknesses.
You might seek help from folks at audiokarma.org.
Whatever happened it probably isn't good. Smoke is usually sign of a fairly significant electronic failure of some sort. The Dragon is arguably the holy grail of tape decks, so it would be worth fixing back to good health.
We would be happy to help with that. Here is a list of someof the codes that we have for your Nakamichi Receiver: 671, 748, 750, and 649.
Press and hold the AUX mode button until all mode buttons at the top of theremote come on, then release. Enter the number 2 then one of the codes for your Nakamichi Receiver provided above. Press the pound (#) button, the mode light should flashthree times. Check that the code works by trying several different functions onthe remote to make sure it will properly operate your Nakamichi Receiver. Keep in mindthat some codes may not be compatible with your equipment. If this is the case,please try the other codes listed for that device until you find one that iscompatible with your equipment.
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The end holes are designed for plug-in speaker jacks, either single-ended or double ended to span the red black simultaneously (the spacing has to be right, though). Tighten the red/black parts first.
Otherwise you need to bare a little wire (not sure you either can or want to do that with Monster Cables); unscrew the black or red connectors sufficiently and wrap the bare wire around the base, being careful to avoid stray conductors reaching across to other terminals. If you look closely there might be a small hole drilled through the terminals, accessible from below. Ideally you would bare the wires, tin the ends with solder, stick them through those holes and tighten the plastic knobs.14-ga lamp cord would work fine, too, and it's cheap, cheap, cheap.
The 901's will absorb unlimited amounts of CLEAN audio power.
could be the speaker, try connecting another speaker and cable and see if it improves. If the problem is still there and you've checked all the settings insuring that its not turned down, then could be an internal problem with the receiver.
Hope this helps a little at least.