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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You should check your 901 speakers for phase.
Heres how to do it........ Remove the 901 speaker grill so you are able to see all the drivers cones. Now connect the 901 speaker wires to a 9 volt battery. Now u can check if all the cones would move forward or backward at the same time. Make sure that they all move in the same direction, otherwise you have to reverse the polarity of the driver that dont move with the rest.
I have the same problem, One day I open the djm-600 for replace the jack whole (easy), then of this when i close the mixer my pioneer died, but when I push the power button I can listen a little sound like ¿voltage running? Please Help !!!
Now, you have to use the CUE button function on each channel to select what you want to hear when you cue things in the headphones. Last, you control the volume of the master cue in the headphones using the CUE volume of the headphone CUE section.
There is a master gain volume control on the rear of the mixer, where you connect everything. Make sure it's not down.
If it's fine, then maybe them being outside caused an issue. How cold is cold? If your talking freezing, then maybe there is some issues with the solder on the pc boards. You'll have to take it to a service center at this point.
I would say, try connecting a CD player to all the channels, and try from there. If it's still the same, then you need professional help.
Maybe the issue is not with your mixer. Maybe its with one of the units you connect to the mixer. Does this happen in all the channels?
If the service company could not duplicate the problem, then the problem might be somewhere else. Double check and replace your cables going to your amp, as well as the cables coming from your CD players and such.