Pioneer sa1060 1985 rac home audio system help please!!!!!
I know this is old, but its like new and kicks...180watts,12in woof, 5in mid,3in tweet.
I'm paralized right side, amputated lower leg and tumors growing in spinal chord..... lot of pain This is good med for 95% housebound old rocker.It sooths my soul......
Question :does the twin tape deck go inline through the equlizer to the pre-amp, or does the equlizer go directly to the pre-amp in tape 2/auxilery????
I have only componets and wires no documentation at all. my old system was a harmon kardon, the set up is different and i can't remember..
Question: what the heck is a subcode out on the cd player???? looks like old computer mini-plug or like an s-video socket? I would appreciate any help if you know the old systems??????
I'm hurting like hell and just want to sooth my pain with some pre-mtv tunes it realy does help.
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There are two way to do this. 1. Connect all your devices individually to the Pioneer receiver. Doing this allows you so have different sound settings for each input. A reason you might want this is that your DVD will need a DTS or Dolby sound setting so that you get the best audio from your DVD, whereas your TV may only be outputting stereo audio. In this case you would set your Pioneer to a stereo setting. 2. Connect your devices to the Sharp display, then connect the audio output of the Sharp to a free audio input on the Pioneer. Your Sharp LED TV has two ways to do this:a. If you have a digital capable Pioneer sound system, connect using the "Digital Audio Output". You will need a Toslink (Optical) cable for this connection.b. If you only have analog capabilities in your Pioneer sound system, you must use the 3.5mm (1/8 Inch) analog audio output from the Sharp TV to stereo RCA (red and white plugs that are most commonly supplied with home theatre product).
Without knowing what model Toshiba you have I have to guess that it has an audio output on it. If it does then you connect the audio out on the Toshiba to the TV/VCR in on the Pioneer with a red and white audio RCA cable. Next you do the same for your cable box. Once again not knowing what model cable box I have to make assumptions. Connect your audio output on the cable box to where it says aux IN on the Pioneer with a red and white audio RCA cable.
On page 36 of the Pioneer users manual, it describes how to set your audio for HDMI interconnect. Follow the directions, and hopefully it will work. You can down load the manual from the Pioneer web site. Google "speaker system HTZ171 DVD". Click on the Pioneer site for your system and look for the download on the right side of page.
I hope this was helpful...
reset the device to factory settings, it is written in your manual how to do this. If that doesnot work, unplug the powersocket for about 30minutes, it will cause an internal reset which might solve it.