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This is normal, a spark from the compressor commutator opening when the compressor shuts off, causes a magnetic and radio wave and this wave can travel some distance and be picked up by other things. If you are able to move the wires farther away, that is the simple method to correct this. If not then you are looking at other methods of shielding the speakers and wires from picking it up

Audio Players &... | Answered on Aug 29, 2020

doyou have a youtube account ?

Open Windows Live Movie Maker or the video editing software of your choosing.

Add a picture to your film reel by clicking the "Add Photos and Video" option.

Browse for a picture on your computer that is relevant to the song you are uploading.

For instance, if uploading one of your band's songs, it would be a good idea to use a photo of your band performing.

Click on the "Add Music" tab on the task bar.

Browse for the song that you intend to upload and import it. Select the "Fit to Music" option to ensure that your video will run for the duration of the audio file that you chose.

Choose the bitrate that you feel is needed for the file, and export the video as a .wmv (Windows Media Video) file using your program's built-in encoder.

Keep in mind that the higher the quality of a file is, the longer it will take to upload to YouTube's servers.

Open your web browser and navigate to YouTube. From the home page, click on the "Upload Video" link. In the pop-up window, browse to the video that you have just created and upload it.

The uploading process will begin automatically.

Tag your songs by entering keywords in the blank field that appears after your upload completes.

Choose words that pertain to the song, such as the name of the artist and the title of the song. T

his will make it easier for others to find your music.

Share your music with your friends and family by clicking the "Share" button underneath your video.

You will be given a URL link to your video, which you can copy and paste into emails or Facebook profiles.

hope this helps

Audio Players &... | Answered on Aug 28, 2020

First check all of the ground connections both at the amp and bass. If the amp makes the buzzing with no input at all, the problem is most likely a bad cap in the front end of the amp. These are not the easiest to work on. I would suggest that you bring the amp to a servicer for repair. Anything that you can describe that indicates when the buzzing is more evident would be helpful in tracking down the problem.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Aug 27, 2020

Your Aiwa speakers are passive units and need considerable power to drive them to a reasonable volume level, comparative to the output of a PC.

The sound card of a PC produces a reasonable quality output but in the terms of power is a very modest output which is why the usual speakers used with a PC are active types - i.e. have a self contained power amplifier, usually driven by a remote power supply.
This type of active speaker is designed to connect via the headphone/speaker socket and still produce a good quality sound. This is possible as the speaker's internal amplifier is built with a particularly low impedance input that matches the low output impedance of the PC headphone output that would be unsuited to be connected to the average hifi amplifier.

Many PC sound cards have a Line Out socket that would be suitable for connection to many hifi amplifiers.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Aug 26, 2020

You may need to make sure the speed control arm that goes from the speed control adjustment screw to the spinning disk on the governor is adjusted and lubricated properly. These items are best adjusted with the motor board out of the machine.

Be careful, if you make the turntable spin too fast the weights on the governor will strike the motor frame and break the governor springs.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Aug 22, 2020

hi Michael,

no try to unplug all the connections and re plug .if doent help.you have to go for electronic repair.main problem is with power amplifier section.or power supply unit


Audio Players &... | Answered on Aug 21, 2020

It can be caused by a number of reasons.

If it has always done it, the wiring on screening is badly connected.

If is it recent it is normally the speaker wires routed to close to a mains wire.

Or it can be a bad suppressor in a fridge or air conditioning unit. Usually stops and starts depending when it cycles.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Aug 20, 2020

You have to sync it to the player. This is often done in some software. For example iTunes has the ability to do it, you don't need to buy music from iTunes to add music to the player. It can come from your own collection. To do it with iTunes you do have to download a version of the software from them, but it's free. Next you select the files you want to sync and then run the sync. You cannot disconnect the player when you do this. But when it's complete copies of the files will be on your player. You then disconnect safely the player, then you can listen to the music.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Aug 18, 2020

Is this one of the units that has a ribbon cable ( looks alot like an IDE hard drive cable) that connects all the components together? It also has a squre plastic fan that protrudes slightly from the rear (by about a 16th of an inch)? If so, it's the power module which consists of 2 boards (along the fan housing). You can probably find replacements for about $70, but I wouldn't bother. They quit making new replacements several years ago and any board you get now is just a pull from old stck units.... and they fail about 2 minutes after you put them in. Pioneer knows this but still sells the defective parts.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Aug 13, 2020

you need to get into the box, and sort all 100 of the cd's out yes all of them..
to this i mean make sure they are in there tray's properly,second make sure the tray's are not "racked",ie that they have not slid out of there small holder's..
now once u have the mean's open the juke box..
find the black switch, pull it out to engage service mode<,
now u go to work on the cd's, then you will hit "h" 0-0 "h"
this should clear your error 73 code ,as long as all the cd's are in there proper place's
press switch back in, you are then back to normal play
at the point of closing the door you might need to power cycle the juke box

Audio Players &... | Answered on Aug 11, 2020

Connect the AUDIO OUT ports on your DVD player to the audio in ports on your TV with the regular or standard audio cables (red and white jacks). Connect the AUDIO OUT ports on your TV to your speakers using a standard audio cable, or a digital audio Optical cable.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Aug 09, 2020

200 watts is the output, home use or commercial? not a good amp to run at its max as it has a low reserve headroom. for home use 100 watts rms is more than enough.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Aug 09, 2020

This is a very common issue. Unplug the mini power jack the thing with the cord. Look inside the chargers hole on the jam box and then take a knife to gently bend the tab back towards the middle or even lower. Be careful when you are re plugging into the power into the socket. The socket tab and the mini plug must meet .

Audio Players &... | Answered on Aug 03, 2020

The AUX connection is what the Line In connection used to be called and generally has a medium impedance and a sensitivity of upwards of 800 mv, often 1 to 1.5 volts, being the typical output of a tuner or tape deck.
Details of this is usually found in the user manual - good matching is repaid in better quality sound and reduced interference.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Aug 02, 2020

Press the buttons of your mystery appliance in the correct order.


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Audio Players &... | Answered on Aug 01, 2020

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