Question about Philips LX3000D System
About 3 weeks ago I notice I was not getting any sound from my player. After trying to troubleshoot it by making sure all the wires were connected tightly and properly (and they were) I gave up on the idea of the volume coming from amplifier. About 10 minutes later there was a loud cracklin sound that scared my son and poof I had sound. I also noticed that when I pressed the standby button to power everything on, my subwoofer was not coming on. I had to unplug the woofer then plug it back in before the lcd light would change from red to green. But still I did not get immediate sound from the sub woofer or any of the other speakers. As before about 10 minutes would pass and then that loud cracklin sound would come back and I had sound. I was sure that something had to be connected wrong but nothing was. After about a week of this my sound went away permanantly. I see two other consumers have had the exact problem, but I wasn't as lucky as one of them. Can anybody offer me a remedy as to how to fix this problem.
SOURCE: philips dvd player not working
Im sorry to tell ya that you did all the things I would have suggested, so it sounds like a system control problem or a power supply problem, and if its a good machine then maybe its worth you having a service person look at it?? Most dvd units are not worth it these days, unless there combos or recorders.. Sorry couldnt be of more help.
Posted on Jun 05, 2006
As long as the colored connections are in the correct holes (red with red and so on) then you should have sound if not then the built in amplifier is shot, it is probably better if you get a new system or contact Magnavox for a exchange price on out of warranty units which they have
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
Try accessing the audio device under your 'My Computer' Devices settings on your laptop. Generally you can turn the system volume up and down for several devices, included outbound devices. While the main speaker volume on your PC speakers may be set to the max, there are other auxiliar outputs that your PC will recognize, and those may be turned down. Access your audio devices and make sure that all outputs are set to max levels, and this should solve your problem.
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
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