20 Most Recent RCA Lyra X3000 MP3 Player Questions & Answers


The clicking noise is a symptom of a damaged hard drive.

This mean that the only solution is to replace the hard drive.

Your best option is to buy a partially working X3000 media player and use its hard drive to fix the one you have, or have somebody in finding the specific 1.8" 20GB hard drive your mp3 player has, but also such person will need the booting and firmware files to put them in the new hard drive, otherwise it won't work.

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RCA Lyra X3000... | Answered on Jul 22, 2009


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RCA Lyra X3000... | Answered on May 24, 2009


I suggest you order a new disk and try it before you try any other fixes. The manufacter's disk should have everything you need. Call their service system and have them send you another disk.

RCA Lyra X3000... | Answered on Jan 19, 2009


no puedo reproducir mp4

RCA Lyra X3000... | Answered on Oct 27, 2008


Usually available from the company's website, but if not:

Start --> Control Panel --> Printers and Other Hardware --> System --> Hardware --> Device Manager - right click on the unknown USB device, click update drivers

I am assumig that you are using Windows XP

RCA Lyra X3000... | Answered on Jun 12, 2008


Did you have more detail to the question? Seems to be missing something at the end. Please Edit the question or Add Information or Comment to flesh it out
What in specific are you hooking the microphone into?
Amplifier, preamp, mixer, receiver?
It will depend what your input is expecting
Have you put in new batteries in the mic?
Do you see that the receiver is receiving the mic signal?
Is there any sound at all when you plug the output of the receiver into the input of your { fill in the blank } ?
Setup guide
https://www.akg.com/on/demandware.static/-/Sites-masterCatalog_Harman/default/dw3aa903a6/pdfs/AKG_WMS40_Mini2_Quickstart_Guide.pdf

RCA Audio... | Answered on Nov 14, 2019


DVD players normally don't have amps built into them. If you need to connect the DVD to amp (AV) then it will need to be connected either via an RF lead connected via RCA sockets marked RF OUT on the DVD player and one on the AV marked RF IN. If the AV has an optical in, then you can connect the DVD to that for better quality sound. You might also need to change the sound output settings on the DVD player to the correct one you are using.
Missing speaking sounds are the result of a lack of a centre channel speaker. If your AV doesn't have one. Then you will have to use the stereo only setting.
If the DVD player is only currently connected via the standard RCA left and right jacks, you will only get stereo sound.

RCA Audio... | Answered on Oct 12, 2019


If you're trying to put an equaliser in between a source and an preamp or integrated amp, the amp needs to have tape OUT or dubbing OUT connections. This will go to the eq's IN. Then eq OUTs should be connected to the tape or dubbing IN on the amp. When playing any source you set the amp's source selector to tape or dubbing IN and now what you are hearing is coming through the equaliser.

RCA Audio... | Answered on Oct 05, 2019

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