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This is because the buildings are so high that they mask the satellite signals. I have the same problem in the city of Toronto. The secret is to use Google maps on your phone because that uses cellphone signal which has better coverage. The satellite system has to have a clear view of at least three satellites. This keeps changing as you go through intersections and the Nav system can't recover quick enough..

M&K Sound Mp... | Answered 2 days ago

I realize this question was asked a long time ago, but I'll post a photo now anyway in case someone else has this same question. The drive in this machine and also in the RX-FT560 has two belts. The long one makes the capstans go around, and the short one makes the take up reals move. In the photo, you can see the short belt, and I have drawn a not too straight line where the long one goes. It goes under the big wheels that drive the capstan spindles and around the motor pulley. I hope this helps someone.

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Panasonic Audio... | Answered 2 days ago

It looks to me like a fault in the LED circuit controller. Unless there is some kind of level control located on the unit.
I would assume that loud feedback could damage the unit.

Yamaha Emx68s... | Answered 2 days ago

Like most receivers it will probably have settings for the sound output. Once you find this it will be just a matter of switching the system over to Dolby signals. If you find that it already set like that, try switching the DVD or blue ray player you are using or whatever source, using their sound settings on them. So that both devices are sending and detecting Dolby signals.
If both devices are set correctly then there probably will be a fault in the decoder of the JVC.

JVC Audio... | Answered 2 days ago

Most subwoofers with RCA type connections are powered subs. They are commonly sold in most hi-fi stores.
Unless your subwoofer has a separate mains lead it will be the wrong type I think.

Harman Kardon... | Answered 2 days ago

Sometimes it's down to the mains in the country you are in. Some decks change speed from 50HZ to 60HZ.

Audio Players &... | Answered 2 days ago

Often it is to do with the kind of sound that is being outputted by the DVD player. If the sound for example is set to produce dolby 5.1 and you don't have a suitable decoder it will be very low.
Check the sound settings of both your DVD player and sound system.

Koss KS2503... | Answered 2 days ago

Check any speaker cables, make certain they have not been damaged in the move, or are touching. Especially any individual cables at the connection points, on both speakers and amp. If any wire even cross connects it could damage the main power amp. If it has already done so you will never get it to come out of protect, till the power amp output device(s) are replaced.

Sony MHC-RG40 CD... | Answered 2 days ago

Could be several reasons. The program is only allowing space for certain tracks so puts them in a second folder.
Or the program is making a back up folder, which does not show up in windows (or less you specify show hidden folders).
It has settings that for example only allow a certain number of tracks on an album.

Audio Players &... | Answered 2 days ago

Try Googling (teac)(RW-D200)(manual) without parens.

Teac Audio... | Answered 2 days ago

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