So awhile ago the unit came detached from our spa, and not knowing how it hooked back on, I somehow got it to continue working, but now, I can't get it to work at all. The entire unit came off, and now, even properly securing it into position, doesnt work. It doesnt get any kind of power.
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I can't tell you how to hook it up, but it certainly can be done from experience with that Spatial Enhancer and a Equalizer. If I remember correctly, I had to add a Pre-AMP so I could hook up my Equilizer to my BSR Spatial Enhancer to the Receiver using Tape A or B. Years ago, I had a Pioneer SX 750 Receiver, a Realistic 20 Band Equalizer, your BSR Spatial Enhancer AND the BSR Spectrum Analyzer (just the Analyzer) unit and not the combo 3000 Equalizer and Analyzer. I had 2 Pre-Ams feeding into 2 Realistic 6 channel In 2 out Mixing Boards, 3 tape decks and 2 turntables and somehow got all of it to work. I wish I had kept the wiring diagram schematic I made, but that was 20 years ago when I last saw it. I'm now facing the same dilemma of keeping my xbox and Alexis Dot hooked up to the receiver as I ad the equalizer and the spatial enhancer. I think, (If I remember correctly) the Pre-Amps with the Turntables were the "Key". Like I said, it can be done as instead of 3 tape decks and a cd player and 2 turntables, along with a Reel to Reel system, I managed to feed it all in and get the sounds I wanted.
Compact disc and DVD players use a laser pickup and the older analogue systems such as records used direct contact such as tape heads and phono cartridges/stylus which were essentially the pickup units for these items.The pickup unit for a CD player is simply the laser assembly that reads the digital information from the dics..I hope this was helpful.....Peace....
This means that the unit can tell that a disc is present, but can not read it. Try opening up the top and cleaning the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. Let us know if that resolves the problem.
There should be Two power wires connected one to constint power and One should be hooked to the power for ignition I also believe that there is a saftey that turns its off after so many seconds, There should be a way to disable that function in the owners manual, I sure Hope that helps you out Happy Holidays If not Lets fix it somehow just write back and let me know if that works..
Here is a link to the owner's manual:
(Note that the "DCP release button" is the upper-leftmost button on the unit.)
On page E-5, it says:
2.DETACHABLE CONTROL PANEL (D.C.P.)
Removing The Detachable Control Panel (D.C.P.).
1. Turn the power off
2. Press the D.C.P. release button
3. Remove the D.C.P.
Attaching the DCP
1. Attach the panel at the right side first, with
point B on the main unit touching point A on the
D.C.P. (As shown on the digram).
2. Then press the left side of D.C.P. onto the main
unit until a ?click? sound is heard.
DO NOT insert the D.C.P from the left side. Doing so may damage it.
The D.C.P can easily be damaged by shocks. After removing it, place it in a protective case and be careful not
to drop it or subject it to strong shocks.
When the release button is pressed and the D.C.P is unlocked, the car's vibrations may cause it to fall. To
prevent damage to the D.C.P, always store it in a protective case after detaching it.
The rear connector that connects the main unit and the D.C.P is an extremely important part. Be careful not to
damage it by pressing on it with fingernails, pens, screwdrivers, etc.
If the D.C.P is dirty, wipe off the dirt with soft,
dry cloth only. And use a cotton swab soaked
in isopropyl alcohol to clean the socket on the
Socket back of the D.C.P.