The remote for my compact disc stero is broken and thrown away .i cant use the suround sound or adjust the speakers without it.dolby pro logic,adjusting speaker level balance. the awia web site isnt much help and they give a phone no to call ,but they want $19 to ask a question. ive tried parts store web sites,tritronicsinc web site with no luck. is there a different remote you can recomend to use? thanks for any help carol
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Re: AWIA MODEL NO.NSX-MT960
You can try a universal remote controller which supports your device. this is an important issue that the universal controller must have the exact remote code of your device (preprogrammed) because your remote controller is out of duty; therefore, a controller with learning capability won't solve the problem you have.
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That's the system's way of protecting itself from a burnout *(like a fuse). If you are not using the system's recommended speakers, this will continue to happen. So, I'd highly recommend that you do some research, look for the manual, and get the correct speaker ratings. You might have to custom build your boxes, but, it will sure stop that problem.
Hello; This model does have built in speakers just below the screen. If you don't have sound, make sure the sound is not muted and that SAP has not been selected in the audio mode on the remote control. Read/ download the owner's manual for best info. If still no audio, you have a failed circuit board. John
One or more of the output transistors has failed or you have a bad speaker. Try disconnecting both speakers and turning on the unit. If it still shuts down, then the transistors are likely to be defective. These can be replaced for about $15-$25 plus labor at any service shop that handles audio gear.
I thought that I had the same problem. I then discovered that when I put 3 CD's in it started up on it's own. If you push the demo button you can see how it's supposed to light up the number of tracks in a square on the right of the display. It wasn't doing that until I put in all 3. Then it started up and I was able to use the disc 1, 2 & 3 buttons to change from 1 CD to the next and I used the Up and Down buttons to change songs and the play button above the tape deck is multi-functional. Hope this helps.