I do not know what type of outlet the RX-5020VBK has on the end of the receiver.
It is a adaptor with two circular prongs, half on each is covered with a metal material, and the bottom half on each, is a white-colored material.
Please let me know the outlet type for the RX-5020VBK.
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With a bit of effort: This receiver has a variety of auxiliary or "line" level audio inputs (CD, VCR, etc.) but none designed for a phono cartridge input. You would need an external phono preamplifier in between the turntable output and one of the JVC inputs to have sufficient audio level. (Some newer turntables come equipped with such a preamp, but most do not.) They cost from $20 to $50 from a variety of suppliers (MCM, Parts-Express, etc.)
Good evening, I have solved the need for extra/spare/replacement remotes several time using ebay, simply by looking up remotes. The process is easier if you know the product/model number of the remote itself rather than the equipment model number. The user guides sometimes list the remote details, or have a photo of the remote, which may show the remote type/number/details. Asking the larger ebay sellers an ebay question can sometimes turn a result, as they may not be currently advertising all their stock. Emailing the JVC consumer aftersale helpline may also provide helpful clues, if only on a next step basis. Good luck.
Connection from receiver subwoofer output jack RCA plug male go into your powered subwoofer low level input with other end of cable, then you need to select Subwoofer YES/NO on the JVC receiver speaker setup menu option, select YES if this is a powered subwoofer you are using, should power up the subwoofer, may have to adjust a test tone balance for multi speaker output also, try trimming up on the subwoofer channel to initiate the signal on if the sub has an auto-on feature.
Also...If your BluRay player only has a optical output for audio you will need to swap the inputs on the JVC rx-5020v. Press the "settings" button repeatedly until "digital in" appears on the display. Now use the "adjust" up and down buttons until DVD is selected as option 2. It will look like something like:
Note: this may bugger any other previous setup you have.
i've got a problem on my denon receiver/amplifier. what devices are 1) KIA 7915PI 321,
2) SK B1560 44 P
3) SK D2390 43 Y
can you please send me some details about these devices (semiconductor, diode, integrated circuit, terminal voltage regulator, capacitor, etc.)
thanks in advance!