KLH Audio Players & Recorders - Page 9 - Popular Questions, Answers, Tips & Manuals
Will I be able to hook up a turntable to this?
no/ turn tables dont have passive sound output unlike dvd players they need a connection that is 200% more powerfull than an dvd input the only and cheapest way to fix this problem is to buy a cheap audio mixer plug the turntable into the phono of the mixer and the mixer ouput into the video input and it will work great need more advice feel free to email me
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Blown subwoofer fuse..
Well, it should state in the manual what the replacement fuse is.
There might be a fuse holder near the pwr. plug. , Or near the controls for it. If not....
You might have to open up the sub unit ....and find the blown fuse, and remove it to see what you have. Be sure to unplug the unit before opening it up.
Take the fuse to Radio Shack, or your local electronics supplies stores. Replace with the same, or the correct fuse.
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I am looking for a replacement sub amplifier,
Or you could just write of the built-in amp, disconnect the sub from it and run the driver's leads outside the box, buy any decent amp, connect it to the LFE feed for inout and the bass driver for output and carry on.
That's what I did when a second copy of a powered sub died the same way the first one did.
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If it is overheating then it is being driven too hard. You need to either reduce the volume, decrease your crossover frequency or allow the amplifier more air; i.e.; if the amplifier is covered with something like a blanket then it needs to be removed.
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check if the speakers connected to the receiver is okay with use of an ohmmeter to read if it faulty.
Also check if an earphone is connected to the mic jack of the receiver because this may seize the output that will go into the speaker. if otherwise the audio transistor of the receiver is bad replace with the same type of value.
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How do I record a CD from an album on a turntable?
Assuming you have a functioning turntable either self-pre-amplified or through a component (such as a receiver or integrated amp) with an internal Phono preamplifier just connect the self-preamplified TT directly to the analog inputs on the CD Recorder; or connect the CD Recorder to the receiver / integrated amp as if it is an analog tape deck (which it functionally is in this case).
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KLH subwoofer Model BASSBite V. Has a bad 60Hz buzz
Before you go throwing money at this problem, try to eliminate any external influences like track lighting. I myself am trying to figure out why mine makes a buzz throughout my system when the lights are on. I already replaced the variable light control with no improvement.
Bad cable ground can let airborne electronic noise into the Sub's amp.
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18 volt supply too low. resistor R42 burned. Q20
I would fit the same type, unless the schematic shows a change, which clearly it doesn't. However I would be surprised if R42 burnt up alone! Look at the schematic, is R42 linked to any other transistor or part? If so check them if you can.
By the way is R42 a fuseable resistor, for example is the symbol on the schematic or on PC board different to most other resistors?
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Fuse keeps blowing out
Suspect an overload in either the power supply or main amp section. Chances are some kind of semi-conductor has gone gone short circuit. You might be able to spot it with either a crack or damage or signs of burning. If it is a transistor an Ohm Meter will show it up, as it will be just like you had touched the probes together, when touching two terminals with them.
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