I had followed instructions to connect my JVC NX PS1 to the PC wth a USB cable, and successfully installed the drivers and confirmed hardware recognition on PC. But when playing a source through Power DVD, Winamp, Media Player, there is no sound output from the speakers at all, please help.
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That subwoofer is included in the MHC-GX450 system. I have the amp/CD/radio unit. but not the subwoofer. The control cable connects the LED on the Sub to the main unit. When the main unit detects this connection to the LED it switches on its internal subwoofer amp to drive the subwoofer.
Does the JVC receiver use a "control" circuit through its external subwoofer unit to signal that it is connected to the subwoofer? If not, you do not need to use the control jack on the SS-WG450 to connect to the JVC receiver. Connecting the Sony subwoofer to a subwoofer output on the JVC unit may be enough. Do check the impedance required by your JVC receiver. Sony lists the SS-WG450 as having a Nominal impedance of 6 Ohms. Is this high enough for the JVC unit?
Hi, Yes you can. Although you may require your phone's code in order to connect. Some of this USB radios do require it some order to access your phone.Note that,not all phone types are supported.After connection,select mass storage device on your phone as the connection type and on your radio,select on usb.If connection fails,use a card reader and connect using your phone's memory card.
Anything that has a headphone output can be adapted to feed an RCA cable pair for standard stereo to any audio device with a standard RCA input (except PHONO). Get a cable like the one described here: http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10218&cs_id=1021804&p_id=665&seq=1&format=2
and connect it into any available analog input EXCEPT "Phono". Turn the PC's volume control up for the headphone. Of course, if you have a sound card with the usual green front speaker outputs that would work, too.
Had the same problem, unit came on with "Power Error" for a few seconds then shut down. Checked the JVC power supply and had the correct 23.5 VDC at the pin jack. Re-inserted the power jack and quickly kept randomly pushing the front play, stop, FF, Vol + - and rewind buttons on the unit. It came on and is working fine. Guessing it's an internal software or component issue sensitive to our constantly fluctuating and failing commercial AC service
if you have old speakers laying around the house try to see what happens, if you connected the good speaker and still has no sound then the internal amp maybe is bad. Make sure it is not muted also.LOL
if your sistem got auxiliar option,you can connect your pc through the earphones output of the pc to the auxiliary inputs on the shelf sistem they are a cable named 3.5mm to rca outputs to fit that connection gfood luck