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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 18, 2008
SOURCE: I HAVE JVC SURROUND SOUND
Here is a link to the system cable that I think that you are reffering to. The model number of the system you have is TH-M45
The model number you gave is for the sub-woofer only. This is the system cable that is required to connected between the sub-woofer and the main head unit with the DVD changer in it.
If you can not click on the above link, just copy the entire link and paste it into the address bar of your interent browser.
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Posted on Sep 13, 2008
The volume control pot can be replaced.
Any good quality audio shop or electronics repair shop should be able to fix this.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
If your speakers are making this noise on switch on please disconnect them and check out if they the speakers are damaged by a continuity test of the impedance. It must show the marked resistance without a short. Then you are lucky. Next open the amplifier and check out on the output side and the power side for failure of mains capacitors/ output drivers/faulty coupling capacitors. Connect a resistance loaded test- speakers whenyou do this test .Switch on and put the set on fopr voltage checks from the output to the preamp. By a signal test you will be able to analyse the gain factor of all teh corresponding stages.It might be possible that your amp is old and some electrolytics have dried up.If so put the amp on for some considerable time and confirm if there is response building up on the controls and panels slowly. If so check onthe board for the suspected passive components and replace all suspected capacitors. Also resolder the main pcb for bad connectivity. I am surre this must work but attampt only if your are familiar to doing this repair. Good day
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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