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He phase control will help the sound waves from your sub get synced up with those coming from your main speakers. If they arrive out of phase, there's the tiniest delay between **** Jagger's voice and Bill Wyman's bass, for instance. An easy, accurate way of setting the phase control is to reverse the connections on your main speakers (the black wire goes to the red terminal and the red wire to the black terminal). Now play a simple selection, like a jazz instrumental with a good walking bass line, on your system while you're sitting in your listening position. Have a friend dial the phase control on the sub until you hear the least amount of bass. Leave the setting there. Returning your speaker wires to their proper places will now allow you to hear the most bass from your sub.

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Vibration throughout car...change engine mounts, changed centre bearing, gearbox mount, changed both front and rear couplers still have bad vibrations


check for the drive joint phasing and angle setting of the center bearing
mostly with center bearing , the drive shaft has to be split and the flange removed for the bearing replacement
the flange can be put back on in any position and that will throw out the s joint phasing
Take it to a drive line specialist shop and ash them to check the phasing and angles to eliminate the vibration
The vibration could have been from a bad joint and the new joint was not properly installed which will also vibrate
If you are not familiar with the term phasing It is when the joints are in direct line with each other when placed on a flat surface and allows the differentiating speeds of the crosses as they pass through the 90 degrees to cancel each other out and stop the vibration
the drive line specialist will know and explain it better as he will have the drive shaft to show you on

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How do you troubleshoot phasing issues with the Sennheiser 135 G3 wireless microphone?


Phasing issues? Not sure what you mean by phasing. Phasing would be the phase of the audio pressure on the mic versus the electrical phase out of the receiver. DO NOT EXPECT the phase to be stable in any way as there is a communication and data conversion in the loop. The phase will be highly audio frequency dependent as well.

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A have printronix p5005 printer but printout not clear


Remove the black cover over the shuttle and look for a phase number hand written in blue marker on the right side of shuttle. Press the up and down arrows at the same time to unlock the control panel. Press left arrow to go to diagnostics. Down arrow and right arrow until phasing. Set phasing number same as what was written on shuttle assy.If it is making noise then the shuttle is bad.

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Sympton: Horizontal misalignment of characters (Dots or characters move left or right from dot row to dot row or line to line)

NOTE: to check the phasing value, power down the printer, remove
the shuttle cover, and read the phase value on the aluminum
shuttle casting in a black marker. Should start with PH... You will need this number below!

IMPORTANT The printer must be printing the Phase pattern of “H’s” when the Phasing Value is changed, or the New Phasing Value will not be written into NVRAM. If the value is changed when not printing, the printer will return to its default phasing value when powered off then back on.

1. Raise the printer cover.
2. Install the ribbon.
3. Load full width (136 column) paper and set the top of form.
4. Power on the printer.
5. If the printer is on-line, press the ON LINE key to place the printer off-line. “OFFLINE / CONFIG. CONTROL.” displays.
6. On the control panel, press the = + > keys to unlock the ENTER key.
“ENTER SWITCH UNLOCKED” briefly displays. (If “LOCKED” displays,
simply press = and > again. This is the default key combination. The lock/unlock key combination can be programmed by the user. If = + > does not unlock ENTER, get the combination from the user.)
7. Press the ; key. “OFFLINE / DIAGNOSTICS” displays.
8. Press >. “DIAGNOSTICS / Printer Tests” displays.
9. Press >. “Printer Tests / Shift Recycle” displays.
10. Press ; until “Printer Tests / Phase Printer” displays.
11. Press ENTER. The display shows “Printer Tests / Phase Printer” and the test begins. The current phasing value is printed on the left of the printed pattern of all H’s. As the pattern prints, compare the H’s to the figure below. If the phasing needs adjustment, go to step 12. If the phasing is OK, go to step 15.
12. Press >: The current phase index displays. Press > again: An asterisk (*) appears next to the phase value.
13. Press < to increase or ; to decrease the phasing index value, then press ENTER to activate the value as it prints. Continue to increase or decrease the phasing index until the pattern of H’s is acceptable.
14. Press = twice: “Printer Tests / Phase Printer” displays.
15. Press ENTER to stop the test.
16. Press CLEAR. “OFFLINE / CONFIG. CONTROL” displays.
17. Press = + > (or the key combination set by the user). *ENTER SWITCH LOCKED” briefly displays.
18. Close the printer cover.
19. Press the ON LINE key to place the printer on-line.
NOTE: If you changed the phasing value, power down the printer, remove
the shuttle cover, and write the new phase value on the aluminum
shuttle casting.

Apr 26, 2010 | Printronix Line Matrix P5005B Printer

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Phasing,The headphones sound as if they are phasing and only playing Hi end frequencies.


If they sound tinny or spaced out you could have a faulty earth connection on the wire or in the jack plug.
For a solution see my tip on replacing jacks and cables on headphones.

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I replaced the shuttle and need to do the phasing adjustment. Can you tell me how?


IMPORTANT The printer must be printing the Phase pattern of “H’s” when the Phasing Value is changed, or the New Phasing Value will not be written into NVRAM. If the value is changed when not printing, the printer will return to its default phasing
value when powered off then back on.
1. Install the ribbon.
2. Load full width (136 column) paper.
3. Power on the printer and set top of form.
4. Press Stop to put the printer into NOT READY mode.
5. Press Scroll + Scroll to unlock the Enter key.
6. Press Scroll + Scroll + Return + Enter to enter the CE Tests menu. (Press all four keys at the same time.)
7. The display will show “SERVICE / PRINTER MECHANISM TESTS”, the first menu item. Press Enter to enter the
mechanism tests menu.
8. Press Scrollor Scrolluntil
“PRINTER MECHANISM TESTS / HAMMER PHASING” is on the display.
9. Press Enter. The printer begins printing all H’s, each line preceded by the phasing index number.
10. Press Return. The display will show
“SERVICE / PRINTER MECHANISM TESTS”.
11. Press Scroll or Scroll until “SERVICE / HAMMER PHASE VALUE” is on the display.
12. Press Enter. The top line of the display will show
“HAMMER PHASE VALUE” and the bottom line will show the current phasing index number.
13. Press Enter. The phasing index (followed by an asterisk) will move up to the top line of the display.
14. Press Scroll or Scroll to increase or decrease the phasing index, then press Enter to activate the value as it prints.
Continue to increase or decrease the phasing index until the pattern of H’s appears.

15. When the print pattern is acceptable, press Stop. Printing stops, and the printer automatically enters the current phase
index value into NVRAM. The display shows “NOT READY”.
16. Press Scroll + Scroll to lock the Enter key.
17. Close the printer cover. Press Start to put the printer into READY mode.
NOTE: If you changed the phasing value, power down the printer, remove the shuttle cover, and write the new phase value on
the aluminum shuttle casting.

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My printronix printer making shadow while printing


Hammer Phasing Adjustment:
Important: The printer must be printing the Phase pattern of “H’s” when the
Phasing Value is changed, or the New Phasing Value will not be written
into NVRAM. If the value is changed when not printing, the printer will
return to its default phasing value when powered off then back on.
1. Raise the printer cover.
2. Install the ribbon.
3. Load full width (136 column) paper and set the top of form.
4. Power on the printer.
5. If the printer is on-line, press the ON LINE key to place the printer off-line.
“OFFLINE / CONFIG. CONTROL.” displays.
6. On the control panel, press the = + > keys to unlock the ENTER key.
“ENTER SWITCH UNLOCKED” briefly displays. (If “LOCKED” displays,
simply press = and > again. This is the default key combination. The lock/
unlock key combination can be programmed by the user. If = + > does
not unlock ENTER, get the combination from the user.)
7. Press the ; key. “OFFLINE / DIAGNOSTICS” displays.
8. Press >. “DIAGNOSTICS / Printer Tests” displays.
9. Press >. “Printer Tests / Shift Recycle” displays.
10. Press ; until “Printer Tests / Phase Printer” displays.
11. Press ENTER. The display shows “Printer Tests / Phase Printer” and the
test begins. The current phasing value is printed on the left of the printed
pattern of all H’s. As the pattern prints, compare the H’s to the figure
below. If the phasing needs adjustment, go to step 12. If the phasing is
OK, go to step 15.
12. Press >: The current phase index displays. Press > again: An asterisk (*)
appears next to the phase value.
13. Press < to increase or ; to decrease the phasing index value, then press
ENTER to activate the value as it prints. Continue to increase or decrease
the phasing index until the pattern of H’s is acceptable.
14. Press = twice: “Printer Tests / Phase Printer” displays.
15. Press ENTER to stop the test.
16. Press CLEAR. “OFFLINE / CONFIG. CONTROL” displays.
17. Press = + > (or the key combination set by the user). “ENTER SWITCH
LOCKED” briefly displays.
18. Close the printer cover.
19. Press the ON LINE key to place the printer on-line.
NOTE: If you changed the phasing value, power down the printer, remove
the shuttle cover, and write the new phase value on the aluminum
shuttle casting.

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Jun 04, 2009 | Printronix Line Matrix P5005B Printer

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Tech menu for hammer phasing


You can check the user's manual for the information. Here is the link for downloading:
http://www.printronix.com/products/productmanuals.aspx?id=4108

Apr 20, 2009 | Printronix Line Matrix P5210 Printer

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Print is clear and fuzzy


I'm sure you have fixed this by now... But solution is...
Check the hammer phasing. Adjust hammer phasing if
necessary.
6. On the control panel, press the = + > keys to unlock the ENTER key.
“ENTER SWITCH UNLOCKED” briefly displays. (If “LOCKED” displays,
simply press = and > again. This is the default key combination. The lock/
unlock key combination can be programmed by the user. If = + > does
not unlock ENTER, get the combination from the user.)
7. Press the ; key. “OFFLINE / DIAGNOSTICS” displays.
8. Press >. “DIAGNOSTICS / Printer Tests” displays.
9. Press >. “Printer Tests / Shift Recycle” displays.
10. Press ; until “Printer Tests / Phase Printer” displays.
11. Press ENTER. The display shows “Printer Tests / Phase Printer” and the
test begins. The current phasing value is printed on the left of the printed
pattern of all H’s. As the pattern prints, compare the H’s to the figure
below. If the phasing needs adjustment, go to step 12. If the phasing is
OK, go to step 15.
12. Press >: The current phase index displays. Press > again: An asterisk (*)
appears next to the phase value.
13. Press < to increase or ; to decrease the phasing index value, then press
ENTER to activate the value as it prints. Continue to increase or decrease
the phasing index until the pattern of H’s is acceptable.
14. Press = twice: “Printer Tests / Phase Printer” displays.
15. Press ENTER to stop the test.
16. Press CLEAR. “OFFLINE / CONFIG. CONTROL” displays.
17. Press = + > (or the key combination set by the user). “ENTER SWITCH
LOCKED” briefly displays.

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Jun 11, 2008 | Printronix Line Matrix P5215 Printer

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We recently installed an SDV7700K/17 antanna. We have dish t v also. Before, I had no trouble taping dish programs on the vcr, but now I cannot. Maybe I new an additional connector?


For those who are having problems with reception with these Philips antennas I suggest a possible fix for this. It may be an assembly problem with the phasing wires. I would still blame Philips for the very inadequate assembly instructions. The step in the instructions that tell you to connect the phasing wires from the rear boom (boom B) to the front boom (Boom A) should also state that the phasing wires should cross, but not touch. If you simply connected the phasing wire strait forward, sort of how the picture can be interpreted, you will get very poor performance of the antenna. I bent my phasing wires right at the point they leave the rear boom and then again at the point where the wire already has an S bend. The phasing wire coming from the right on the rear boom (Boom B) connects to the left on the front boom (Boom A). The phasing wire from the left on the rear boom (boom B) connects to the right on the front boom (Boom A). When done and looking from the top the phasing wires will make and X and then pass forward straight to the connections. I am sorry for the lengthy description, but without a picture it takes a lot to describe.

Jun 09, 2008 | Televison & Video

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