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Audio Players &... | Answered on Nov 17, 2020


This Bluetooth speaker does not have a battery inside. You need to attach the included 5V power supply and keep it plugged in for the tower to operate correctly.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Nov 16, 2020


it is not a computer, ok/? posted to computers.
its keyboard, Music and SUPER OLD NOW.
Yamaha SY77 is a 16 voice multitimbral music workstation first produced by Yamaha Corporation in 1989.
if you removed ROM from keyboard, that kills the keyboard dead.

you question is not clear, at all.
you need to talk to Yamaha, it is their keyboard.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Nov 15, 2020


READING YOUR MANUAL IS USUALLY A GOOD PLACE TO START

Audio Players &... | Answered on Nov 08, 2020


Your H-K is in protect mode because of component failure.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Nov 08, 2020


Can you please mention the model of the speaker?
If you have lost the charger for your speaker, you can get a new one. You can ask the supplier if they can send you a new one or check Amazon or eBay for getting one.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Nov 05, 2020


The buzzing sound may be due to various reasons. The most common reason is the electrical ground loop. It may also be due to frequency interference or due to any software issue, such as driver corruption.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Nov 05, 2020


A common way to do it is to try this. On your phone turn on your bluetooth. On your earbuds press and hold the power button for between 3 to 5 seconds. This puts them into 'pairing' mode. The phone should then find the ear buds and connect to them. Sometime you might need to try this 2 or 3 times to get the timing sequence right.

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


Request the manual from the manufacturer/distributor.

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


What about them ........................

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


Here is a pdf of the manual >> http://www.lacrossetechnology.com/5220/manual.pdf

Audio Players &... | Answered on Oct 30, 2020


Mine had the same fault. The CD is being rejected as it could not load up - this is probably because of the CD loading mechanism.

You'll need to unplug and remove the case - 4 screws on the sides and 4 or 5 on the back. Once this is done plug back in (be careful not to touch any live parts inside), load a CD and watch. What you'll probably see is that when the drawer closes the mechanism under the drawer doesn't lift sufficiently. Give it small push when it tries and I bet it then will and the CD will play.

What you need to do to fix this is remove the front panel/PCB and also remove the plastic cover that is screwed above the CD drawer so that you can see more of the topside of the mechanism.

Remove the front panel/PCB by releasing the 2 screws on the bottom and then easing forward. Gentle - as there are pins connecting the front PCB to the side PCB. You should then be able to see a worm drive type arrangement that lifts the lower assembly. This will need regreasing (I used vaseline) with a small stick (I used a Q-tip with the bud cut off). You will probably see where the old grease has been pushed out. Once you've done this, reassemble and operate a good few times to work the grease in.

Done! Mine works fine now after sitting there performing the annoying trick you described for many months!

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


1. Defective batteries
2. Defective charger

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


1. Open internal fuse
2. Power supply failure

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


No, phones don't have an infra-red transmitter. That would only work if the HK was connected to wifi and HK made an app and the internal circuity and logic to accept it.

Contact HK direct and buy a new remote.

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


usually, crackling is due to 3 things:

1) the soundcard (or sound device you have them plugged into)
The best way to test this is to plug in another set of speakers or a headset directly to the sound
device, and listen. if you don;t hear the crackling, than consider that idea scrapped.

2.) speaker wiring/cables. Check the wiring for cracks/frayed spots. Do you get any crackling during/after you move the wires? if there is ANY change, for the better or the worse, than you have your culprit.

3.) the speakers themselves. when the first two options above are exhausted, there's only the insides of the speakers themselves to blame. you might not have seen any cone deterioration- but other things could happen, such as deteriorating wiring, etc.

for new speakers, they are relatively cheap- Here in Canada at least, I can get a new 2.1 set for anywhere from $25-60. Although, I'd strongly recommend any of the Logitech brand speakers- most models have subwoofers with unbelievable bass (for the price) through them. I myself have the more expensive Z-5500 series from them (5.1), and I've been more than impressed.


Audio Players &... | Answered on Oct 19, 2020


indeed chaffburner you are not the only one with this problem. over 93% of my searches result in the "monster cable" version of this product. even the RCA site did not have this manual (and the product is just over 5 years old). if anyone out there knows of the whereabouts of the elusive RCA HTS 2600 Home Theater System manual ---in any form--- please drop a line. i'll be happy to pass it along to chaffburner and the other sites that deal with user manual searches. thank you for your energy.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Oct 19, 2020


Record players are broadly divided into three groups with the vast majority being either belt drive or the classic drive of a rubber-tyred idler wheel running on the inside of the outer circumference of the platter.
A few are direct drive...

The belt of the belt drive type is the most troublesome due to age affecting the elastic quality of the belt material.
The classic drive is troublesome over the longer period as age hardens the rubber tyre and removes it's natural friction.

The few high quality direct drive types have a small degree of speed adjustment and the correct speed is checked by a stroboscope. In the case of problems with this type the help of a specialist will be needed.
Other drive types exist but are very few and far behind.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Oct 15, 2020


Try to clean it from dust or check something that cover outer body of the openinig if its not came rigth you will use some other methods but try frist this step

Audio Players &... | Answered on Oct 14, 2020


i think you cant convert audio to text using some softare because their quality was not good .Even i suggest you to try www.transcriptionsservice.com to transcribe your audio to text.Because am using their service and their result was good.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Oct 12, 2020

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