20 Most Recent RCA M200 (256 MB) MP3 Player Questions & Answers


Try updating the firmware.

RCA M200 (256... | Answered on Jul 20, 2009


I've had the same problem, an it started when I formatted the player's flash memory to NTFS, an then realised it needed to be back in FAT(Win95) format for the mp3 player to play the songs. But after doing that, sometimes it'll mess up an the song number changes to 826, an the player completely freezes. I have to then take the battery out to restart it.
If anyone has schematics, or knows where I can track them down, I would be appreciative, for the RCA lyra M200

RCA M200 (256... | Answered on Feb 19, 2008


Contact RCA directly to inquire.

RCA Audio... | Answered 13 hours ago


Request the manual from RCA.

RCA Audio... | Answered 13 hours ago


https://www.fixya.com/support/t13862396-set_clock_rca_model_rp_5606_b_disc_clock

RCA Audio... | Answered on Nov 21, 2020


I love the form of your question, as I wanted to wing the sucker myself, but got online before I actually pulled an Office Space on it. I found nothing, but I DID actually figure it out. Not super intuitive though. To set the time: Hold down the memory key in the middle until the number flashes. Use the arrow up/down on the right to set hour. Press Memory key again, repeat with arrow keys to set minutes. Hit memory key again. Alarm: Press/hold the Alarm button until the Alarm 1 or 2 flashes and press the side you want, 1 or 2, to set. Arrow time up/down, then do minutes, press alarm 1 again, select alarm or tuner, press alarm 1 again. Now I need to see if it will work in the morning. I know the flipping time is set though! Good luck. If you wing it, please post photos! :D

RCA Audio... | Answered on Nov 02, 2020


This could be a lot of things. IT could be a switch connection or a chip that has failed, could be a solder connection that is bad. Without proper equipment to send a signal into the unit and trace it, you may not be able to find the problem.

RCA Audio... | Answered on Aug 15, 2020


You did not list the model numbers of either item but I can tell you that the new televisions use HDMI to send and receive audio. With that in mind, there is no way to do what you want to do unless you buy a converter like this one: https://www.amazon.com/AGPtek-SPDIF-Extractor-Converter-output/dp/B00ECTHIKK

RCA Audio... | Answered on Apr 20, 2020


Slide the switch Lock/Wake/Clock on the top of the unit to clock position. Press REV or FWD to set the clock time. The time decrements or increments will follow by a faster rate when you press and hold the buttons. The ":" between hour and minute time flashes when you are setting the time.
https://voxxintl.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/225310027-Operating-the-RCA-RP5420-Dual-Alarm-Clock-Radio

RCA Audio... | Answered on Apr 16, 2020


I bought a new universal remote because my RCA Home Theater remote went bad,
took a few hours to figure out that I had to use the Audio remote code on the list.
I have RCA RCRN06GR Blu-Ray Home Theater. The audio codes that came
with my new remote are 41609, 41254, 41390, 41511, 42041. I believe it was 41254 but try them all if it doesnt work.

RCA Audio... | Answered on Apr 07, 2020


First the music files need to be converted to mp3 file format before copying to your MP3 player. Please click on this link for instruction on converting music files and copying to your player :-
http://www.fixya.com/support/r5798418-creating_transferring_mp3_music_files

RCA Audio... | Answered on Apr 03, 2020


PCM mode is a digital audio file that should be sent to the soundbar via an optical or coaxial digital audio cable. The coaxial digital audio cable uses an RCA plug but not the L/R stereo channels of analog audio. The aux input is usually the 3.5 MM cable from a computer, CD or MP3 player or a cell phone or tablet.

First, which type of RCA cable is connected between the sound bar and the TV? Second, are you sure that the TV connection is an audio out? (A number of recent TVs have only one audio output. This means there is only the optical audio out and not even a headphone jack.)

Once you double-check the input at the sound bar, choose the Line In input if you are using the stereo RCA cable. If you are using the Optical input, select that input. Use either the Mode button or the specific input button on the remote. Then double-check that the TV is set for the appropriate audio out.

I hope this helps. Please add a comment with the model of the TV and the sound bar for further information. I looked at the ONB18SB001 documentation for some of this. The manual for this Onn soundbar is available at Manuals Lib. See https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1498038/Onn-Onb18sb001.html?page=12#manual for the list of input modes and the input to which they correspond. Here is the image of the inputs on the back of the ONB18SB001: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1498038/Onn-Onb18sb001.html?page=7#manual .

Cindy Wells

RCA Audio... | Answered on Feb 26, 2020


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

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