I do not remember how to adjust the frequency to get the head set to work I have not used it since my husband died and I just plain forget, I need a refresher on this. I have been trying to get it to work and all I get is alot of static, and it is charged. Thank You Bonnie
There is an adjustment on the back middle. If it is connected to a audio source, the red light should light up on the front.
Then there is an adjusting dial next to the volume turn that until you get the sound you want.
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On the Remote Control
2 Use selection button to select "ON".
ON : Allow tone adjustment (bass, treble).
OFF : Playback without tone adjustment.
The tone cannot be adjusted in the direct
to select an item to be set, and use
to select a setting value.
Bass : Adjust low frequency range (bass).
• -6dB - +6dB (0dB)
Treble : Adjust high frequency range (treble).
• -6dB - +6dB (0dB)
"Bass" or "Treble" can be set when "Tone Control" is set to
Hi, First you need to make a test to adjust your headphones wireless system.. .pls follow the step below:
"Connect the RCAheadphone base" TO " headphones output of TV" with 3.5mm stereo headphone jack cable (than Tv should mute ) RCA pilot lamp should flicker in parallel to voice coming from TV
RCA headphone should have 2 different rotary adjustment on it..one "Volume" and the second "Frequency" adjustment
while TV talking , adjust slowly the "frequency rotary dial" to catch the headphone transmitter coming from RCA headphone base,when you catch it you will hear the voice of TV,(sometimes fine adjustment makes it better ) than adjust volume properly..
.After this pls do not touch Frequency dial any more..Just Turn it on ,and Volume adjustment ..Thats it..
After completion of this test ,I recommend you to switch / use "RCA Audio output plugs-white/Red cable " on the back of TV instead of TV's headphone output ,since it mutes the whole sound..RCA output plugs work independently from the TV's master volume control..
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Do you really have TV Audio OUT to a DVD (last sentence)?
Most DVR's have digital and analog audio outputs. Since every device they are intended to feed would have its own volume control a DVR output volume control might be redundant. Treat a DVR like any other audio device. Connect it to any available input on the receiver EXCEPT PHONO.
If you run the audio from the DVR (and EVERY video source) directly to the STA-795 you can bypass the TV and its questionable audio electronics (yuk). You can split the analog output of the DVR with y-cables and run it from the DVR to TO the TV for casual viewing and listening through the TV sound system (news, Oprah, etc).
First find out if your Dish HD box has an optical or coaxial digital audio out. Connect this digital out to to the Denon's optical or coaxial input. On the back of the receiver the digital inputs are labeled as DVD or CD/CBL . Remember to select the front input selector of the Receiver according to what ever input you have connected your HD box. On all TV channels your 5.1 speakers may not work. You can make them work by choosing some of the DSP functions on the Denon remote. Just press the surround button and select Dolby Pro Logic II movies / music. This will convert 2 channel audio to 5.1.
A crossover is a circuit that breaks down a whole spectrum of frequencies into groups. For example, your speaker has 3 individual speakers (drivers) in it. There is a woofer, mid and tweeter. A crossover will send the appropriate frequencies to each of the drivers. The woofer can not reproduce high frequencies so it doesn't make sense to send them there. The sam can be said for low frequencies and the tweeter. The crossover point defines the splitting point of the frequencies. Depending upon what sub-woofer you are using usually the crossover freqwuency is either 80 or 100. Most often it is 100.