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I have a Haymer amplifier HAV 5400 but i does not work well its sound is not balanced i do not know how to balance its sound, cause i do not have its manual

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SOURCE: balance switch for sansui au-g30x integrated amplifier

Finding a replacement control will probably be expensive (over $20 including shipping) so here's a cheap + dirty fix. Most people never use the balance control so losing it won't usually matter.

The control is probably labeled something like 10kohms. Take a digital multimeter and measure the value from each of the outside terminals to the center one then replace the control with two resistors with the values you just measured.

If you still want to replace it, ask over at and somebody should be able to suggest a parts source.

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SOURCE: Bass/Treble balance on Bose Lifestyle 5

You need to go into your menu and set the "MOVIE EQ" to your liking. That is where your bass/treble balance is on a Lifestyle system.

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SOURCE: Wiring Alesis multimix 6fx and Amplifier RA-150

There's a free manual available at that explains all of this.

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SOURCE: Technics SU-G95 Amplifier and no sound on left speakers

Usually this is a defect in the output amp IC. If you have no experience with repairs of these types of units, have it checked by a service shop. If the output AMP IChas failed, it will cost about $75 for a replacement. This unit uses an RSN3306P IC .


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SOURCE: I have a Yamaha AX-900 Integrated Amp that I

The tone control circuit has "issues". Could be a bad interconnect or a failed pre-amp chip.
If you dont mind putting about $100 into it, get it looked at

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Usually is because the signal exceed the input limit of the ampli.
I don't know which ampli do you use, but it should be a pro ampli with balanced inputs correctly able to manage +4 dB professional signals.
Try not to exceed 0dB in the master section of your mixer and let me know.


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Assuming that your camera is not broken, you may have the color balance set incorrectly. Go into your menus and find the color balance settings. Assuming that you are using the camera outdoors midday, your white balance should be set to approximately 5400 to 5600k.

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One of my laptop speakers on my Dell Inspiron 1420 just stopped working so the sound isn't as loud as it should be. Where do I go to fix it?

I would plug a set of headphones into the sound output socket. That will prove if there is a problem on the board of if the speaker is faulty. If you have only one earphone working, then you have a problem with either a balance control or the amplifier.
Check the dersktop audio controller settings. If all looks balanced then there is a good possibility that the amplifier is faulty, if one side is down, adjust the balance control.

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Hi... When I adjust my radios balance to full right or full left, it gives far stronger bass then it would if the balance were dead center.... When it is centered, there is very little bass......and music...

speakers are "out of phase", meaning that one side is wired correctly and the other side is not. the easiest way to fix this is to just switch the wires on one side, by "switching" the wires i mean the positive and negative wires on the speakers/box? hope this helps, dave

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I have a Yamaha AX-900 Integrated Amp that I puchased back in the late 80's. It still works great, with one exception. The left channel is not as loud as the right channel and I have to put the balance...

The tone control circuit has "issues". Could be a bad interconnect or a failed pre-amp chip.
If you dont mind putting about $100 into it, get it looked at

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My d300 has a blueish contrast in all non flash shots Can't get normal color

Here are the possible causes and the solutions for each:

Cause 1: The most common cause of the tint in the images is White Balance. It is possible that you have set the wrong White Balance. Since you are getting a blue tint, you might have set the white balance to 'Incandescent' (Tungsten) or 'Flash'. Changing the white balance to Auto. Most White Balance problems get eliminated by this. For this, press WB on the mode dial and use the command dial to change the values.

Cause 2: The unwanted casts could also be due to the in-camera processing. To check this, Select 'Set Picture Controls' from the Shooting menu. From the four options, select one that gives the minimum processing-- that is, either Neutral (which gives minimal processing) or Standard (It gives slight enhancements, but the tones will be balanced).

Cause 3: It is also possible that the White Balance of your camera has been tweaked. So if the above steps do not solve the issue, try tweaking the white balance to your liking. For this, press WB and use the sub command dial (the dial in front of the camera near the Shutter Release button). Check the result each time you change the value until you are satisfied with the result. As a guide, the ideal values of different settings are: Daylight (direct sunlight): 5200; Incandescent: 3000; Flash: 5400; Cloudy: 6000; Shade: 8000 etc...

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Hi, i wanna know how i can get correct and good withe balance in many different place under sun and beside wit filters change ?thx advence

i think youre trying to ask how to create a good balance, but im not sure what you mean. theres a balance of bass to treble, and theres a balance of sound so yu dont feel too far from any speakers.

balance between bass and treble can be done with tuning the stereo and the amplifier gain.

balance so you dont feel too far from a speaker, most people get more speakers, or run a 4 channel amp to their speakers to make them louder.

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I have misplaced the manual for my receiver. I need to know how to balance my speakers. I can only do it at the receiver itself.

You haven't told me what make nor model of receiver you have. That would help A LOT. Anyway, most systems have a power amplifier and a pre-amplifier. Receivers have both, but they are in the same box and to the average user are in-distinguishable. The amplifier it's self (for all practical purposes) has no "balance" control. Any gain adjustments including balance, are done at the pre-amplifier level, and in the case of a receiver, that's probably the only place you will have to do any balancing. Beyond that, you may have an L-PAD or some kind of volume adjustment at the back of your speaker cabinets. If that is the case, you could do some additional balancing there, but if you're looking for symetry in your sound, there should be no need for balance adjustment. If you find that one of the channels is noticably quieter than the other, and yet your balance adjustment is set to the middle, then we need to investigate to find out why, but I don't think that is the problem that you are describing. If you already know how to set the balance at the receiver, then you probably know just about all there is to know about setting the balance on that system. Again, I am not familiar with the system, as you have not given me the make nor model.

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Bass/Treble balance on Bose Lifestyle 5

You need to go into your menu and set the "MOVIE EQ" to your liking. That is where your bass/treble balance is on a Lifestyle system.

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