20 Most Recent RCA RT2350 System Questions & Answers


sadly, no :(

RCA RT2350... • Answered on Nov 26, 2013


Audio amplifier IC´s damaged need to replace it

RCA RT2350... • Answered on Nov 19, 2013


There has to be another code for this then. Remotes have a way of manually programming them by going through all available codes known and not just the listed code that is supposed to work. I would follow the instructions for that method to find the proper code.

RCA RT2350... • Answered on Nov 16, 2012


Thinkin maybe check to see if there is an HDMI or S-Video option?

RCA RT2350... • Answered on Feb 04, 2012


connect all the devices into the receiver inputs then there should be 1 set of outputs to the tv. This is to play everything using surround sound as all the video and audio is going through your recevier... if you want to do HD and have surround sound you will need a new receiver as this one has no hdmi inputs or outputs.

RCA RT2350... • Answered on Jan 02, 2009


The amp probably shorted out from bad cable or yop probabaly you drove the amp into clipping and it blew out

RCA RT2350... • Answered on Jun 07, 2008


make sure your input signal is DTS.

RCA RT2350... • Answered on Jan 14, 2008


sounds like a component is getting hot. It probably needs to be looked at.

RCA RT2350... • Answered on Jan 14, 2008


Yes they can be made more brighter.

RCA Audio... • Answered on Feb 17, 2021


The subwoofer is much more than just another bass unit and the purpose is to reproduce sub-audible content in order to add ambience to the listening experience and before it can reproduce the sound it must first be part of the recording or performance. Even if a recording is rich in sub-audible content, unless the amplifier is designed to process and filter sub-audible frequencies, the amount of content available at the output is likely to be minimal. A pair of good 3-way loudspeakers will, most of the time produce a purer and more realistic sound with plenty of power and render a subwoofer superfluous. The fact your amp doesn't have an output for a sub means, even if you successfully connect it there is unlikely to be much activity from it. The only sensible way to connect it would be as a ghost speaker as used by many hi-fi enthusiasts since the introduction of stereo. The purpose of a ghost speaker is to fill a gap between the channels and is driven by the difference in emf between the loudspeaker positive of each channel. Unfortunately the difference between the channels isn't great enough to drive a loudspeaker so another amplifier will be needed. As it is a surplus subwoofer you are trying to find a use for you should either obtain the signal from the bass unit of each speaker or use a crossover type filter in the output of the second amp.

RCA Audio... • Answered on Jan 27, 2021


Contact RCA directly to inquire.

RCA Audio... • Answered on Nov 29, 2020


Request the manual from RCA.

RCA Audio... • Answered on Nov 29, 2020

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