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Speakers work only on DVD
You might have connected your TV/Stereo Receiver up to the wrong audio outputs of the DVD player. Make sure you are coming out of the FRONT left/right audio outputs and not the CENTER?REAR left/right audio outputs.
3/14/2009 7:42:11 PM •
on Mar 14, 2009
My Panasonic RQ-2102 cassette player sounds wonky. The speed and pitch changes a lot. Sometimes the head don't spin at all. Any thoughts?
The symptoms you describe on your Panasonic RQ-2102 cassette player are indicative of a problem with the playback mechanism, most likely related to the motor or the belt that drives it. Here are some steps you can take to try to fix the issue:
- Check the belt: Open the cassette player and look for the belt that drives the playback mechanism. If the belt is loose, broken, or worn, it can cause the speed and pitch to fluctuate or the head not to spin at all. In that case, you may need to replace the belt.
- Clean the playback head: Use a cotton swab moistened with isopropyl alcohol to clean the playback head. Dirt and debris can accumulate on the head and cause playback issues.
- Check the motor: The motor that drives the playback mechanism may be faulty or damaged. If the motor is not spinning at the correct speed, it can cause the speed and pitch to fluctuate. In that case, you may need to replace the motor.
- Lubricate the mechanism: The playback mechanism may need lubrication. Use a small amount of silicone lubricant on the moving parts of the mechanism to reduce friction and improve performance.
If these steps don't fix the issue, it may be necessary to take your cassette player to a repair shop for further inspection and repair.
K1ha25ha0001 this one is panasonic surround system cable i want it to connect to tv
Where there any other cables? That does not look like a standard connector for TVs. Could that be the cable to connect the surround sound sections together, sound bar to the sub woofer and so on. Most TVs and sound bars will use Scart, Jack, HDMI or Optical leads to connect to each other. Most new systems will have either HDMi, Optical or both.
Need a reel to reel RS-790S manual
You can find a manual for the Panasonic RS-790S reel to reel on the Panasonic website. Alternatively, you may be able to find the manual and other helpful information on sites like ManualsOnline.com.
SC-HC35DB DAB RADIO HAS STOPPED WORKING , ALL OTHER PARTS FINE ,
You need to tunr the power off at the wall socket. Leave the unit off for at least 5mins. Then whilst holding the power on button on the unit down, turn the power back on at the socket, keep the power button depressed for at least 5secs. When you release it you should see -----------------, in the display. The unit has just been reset to factory mode. All features should now be present again. Hope this helps.
How to plug in my Panasonic surround system to my smart tv?
This will depend on how new your TV is and which connectors are on the back of the TV. What is the Make and model of your TV?
Your DVD player is fitted with the older style of connectors called 'Video In' or the 'Component' system. A lot of modern new TV's don't use this system anymore due to the poor quality of image and sound you get from them so they don't generally install those connectors anymore.
Almost all new tv's use HDMI cables. Comment below with the details of your Smart TV and I'll try to help you more.
How to connect Panasonic TC-P50C2 to Bose Wave?
Connecting the audio between the cable box and the TV is easy, if you are using one of the composite or component video inputs. Just plug in the associated R/L audio jacks in a line with the video input. If you are using the HDMI input, that carries sound on the HDMI cable. You don't need to connect the audio out of the cable box to the TC-P50C2. See the connections page of the TV manual here: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/246619/Panasonic-Viera-Tc-P50c2.html?page=12#manual
. Then set the TV to this input.
However, the Panasonic TC-P50C2 does not have an analog audio output. You could try connecting the cable box RCA audio out to the Bose Wave system. You will need a RCA M/M to 3.5 mm adapter cable. (Alternatively a RCA M/M to 3.5 mm F converter and an AUX (3.5mm M/M cable or a 3.5mm M to RCA F/F adapter with a standard RCA audio cable will work between the cable box and the Bose ) This may not have the audio sync correctly with the video.
The alternative is to use a digital to analog audio converter and one of the above RCA to 3.5 mm solutions. Get an converter that has an optical digital audio input and an optical audio cable (Toslink). (The cable isn't always sold with the converter.) (https://www.manualslib.com/manual/246619/Panasonic-Viera-Tc-P50c2.html?page=50#manual ) See some converters here: https://www.amazon.com/DA-Converters/b?ie=UTF8&node=3224445011
I hope this helps.
I have a Panasonic SA-AK 67
Can any one tell how to connect it to my phone using aux cable
Hello Zubair, to connect your phone to the SA-AK 67, you need a cable that has two RCA connectors (White and Red) to a 3.5mm stereo jack
The RCA connectors, you connect them in the AUX input that is on the rear panel of the SA-AK67 and the 3.5mm stereo jack, in the headphone output of your phone
You select Aux on the Panasonic, you play something on your cell phone and you're done
I hope you find the information useful
Greetings Franco Dosil
Hola Zubair, para conectar tu tel?fono al SA-AK 67, necesitas un cable que tenga dos conectores RCA (Blanco y Rojo) a una ficha 3,5mm est?reo
Los conectores RCA, los conectas en la entrada AUX que esta en el panel trasero del SA-AK67 y el conector 3,5mm est?reo, en la salida de auriculares de tu tel?fono
Seleccionas Aux en el Panasonic, reproduces algo en el celular y listo
Espero te sea util la informacion
Saludos Franco Dosil
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