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I had 2 watch type batteries and a ballbearing fall out of the system to my Sony MHC-GX45. Are these parts suppose to be inside or are these just foreign objects?

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These are foreign parts as nothing like them used in this hi-fi system.

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Right speaker terminal not working - tested out both speakers and they work fine when independently tested on the left speaker terminal. Sony MHC GX45 Shelf System, 2 speakers and 1 sub.


If the sound is also dead on that channel on a pair of headphones. Then you have probably lost the main power amp for that channel. To be certain. With you headphones on, slide or turn the balance control so you can only hear the faulty channel. With some music playing turn up the volume. If you can hear "faintly" music playing then the pre-amp is OK and the power amp has gone.
The power amp will be located on a heat sink. It will consist of 4 transistors (2 for each channel) or one big device (or two) (an IC). If it is transistors you only need to replace the two for the right channel.

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I dropped my phone battery in the tape player. how do i open it up to get it out?


Try shaking the player upside down . You can also use a tweezer to pick this up. Or just open up carefully and take it out. Kindly rate my answer if you are satisfied or not. Thanks a lot . Good day to you . Deepak Richard

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Ok i just got the sub from a sony sswg450 i want to know is there some way to hook it up to my Pioneer home Receiver


Did you get a manual with it? According to the Sony site this speaker originates in Sony MHC-GX450.

"This product bundle includes the following models:
HCD-GX450 - STEREO MINI SYSTEM
RM-SC3 - REMOTE CONTROL for Shelf Mini Systems
SSRG444 - FRONT SPEAKER FOR MHCGX450
SS-WG450 - SUBWOOFER FOR MHCGX450"


Find the manual here and learn a bit about your seprated sub...

http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-documents.pl?mdl=MHCGX450

See page 7.

As can be seen, the subwoofer has two connections to the mothership, very unlike the standard speaker level (+/-) speaker wire or RCA-Line-Level subwoofer out that 'normal passive or active subwoofers use, respectively.

Not knowing which of those your unspecified Pioneer receiver supports, it is impossible to say. Does your Pioneer have that control jack?

Mini-systems are generally not designed to be pieced out and used with grown-up gear. The absence of standardized connections is the clue.


Apr 17, 2011 | Sony MHC-GX450 CD Shelf System

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I own a sony MHC-GX45. A while ago the left speaker started fading off after 10 or 15 minutes of playing. If the volume is at 5 or below, it will completely go off, if I raise the volume up above 6 and...


Sorry, I have a similar problem and came here looking for a solution. I believe the problem is with the speaker or the speaker wire. When I move the "good" speaker to the other set of lugs, it continues to function OK. I wish I could get the speaker box open without major surgery, but, alas, they are not made for repair. Don't know if I will cut into the box. My temp solution is to turn the unit off/on. This gets both speakers working. Bit of a drag, but I am finding it real difficult to find a new system w a tape player.

Jan 10, 2010 | Sony MHC-GX45 CD Shelf System

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Sony mhc-dx5 power protect


something inside the unit has become faulty electronically, otherwise if u have moved the unit with cds inside, they may be out of allignment and causing the unit to go into protect.

Jul 06, 2009 | Sony Audio Players & Recorders

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My right speaker is broken


http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/contact-land.pl
You can also take it to a radio or electronic repair place and price a replacment speaker from them.

Jan 07, 2009 | Sony MHC-GX45 CD Shelf System

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What voltage required to power a sony subwoofer


Hey,

I just got one of these units, the SONY SS-WG990.
The RCA cable is direct conection to the speaker.
It requires external AMP.
The other cable is just for the system switch and LED.
If you just have this unit, all you need is an AMP to
feed it.

Apr 12, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Power light only flashes


No that is the unit telling you I am shorted so I will not turn on as it could cause a fire. Most likely there is a short in the audio output amplifier. This unit will need to ba taken into a repair shop and diagnosed. Good Luck

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