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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How much is it worth?
While this isn't really a technical question I'll try my best.
This particular model is a good example of a dual 10" sub with enclosure. I have seen these marked down as clearance (not this particular model) for $100 usually at these electronics stores when they are marked down like that they are sitting at about 40% of it's retail value. Used good tend to carry a value of about 25-50% of their normal retail value depending on condition age and demand. Car audio - at least around here - is not in as much demand as say 5 years ago, so I'd roughly estimate in a private sale you could get about $75 for them. Realise of course that your market may be different.
Posted on May 02, 2008
Not sure, but I would be interested in parts if you have any extra. I need a double burner for mine. I have a burner for one side and a grill and steamer for the other. I do not use the steamer but would love additional burners.
Posted on May 04, 2008
SOURCE: JVC AV-27CM3
There is no specific "remote code" as such for a TV. A universal remote control will come with a set of codes for you to try, and the control manufacturer makes up these codes. If none of the listed codes work for a particular brand, the remote normally will have a code-search feature so you can hunt for the one you need. If the trouble is that you have a universal remote and no instruction sheet, you can try to find it online, or just buy a new control. They are inexpensive.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
SOURCE: Sub woofer its on for 3 sec..
your cooling fan is not engaging and coming on like its suppose to. One, the fan is probably burned out, which sucks because its low voltage and the only thing on the board that is low voltage. Two, there is a thermostat type component that tells the fan to start which HAS burned out and doesnt start the fan accordingly. If you look at the back fan and turn everything on you will see the fan either doesnt start or starts right as the relay trips turning the sound components off. If it starts at all your fans good.The thermostat component will need to be replace and I cant recommend a source. Just trying to explain the problem so you can look for the right repair. Hope it helps. I have one of these and have found this is the problem, but cant find the solution.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
Optical digital cables can't be magically wired to copper inputs. NO digital signal can be magically connected to an analog interface and work.
Even if you could do what you propose, how would you control volume?
Why don't you just connect the BluRay to the JVC system and let IT handle the audio to the sub and satellites?
Run an optical cable to the JVC TH-C60's Optical In port. Make sure there are no tight bends in the optical cable as that will degrade its ability to transmit a signal.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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