Blueseyes- I also reside in the LA area (Whittier) I also have a SoundSpace5 system less the external power supply (powerblock) My background is in electronics & repair. If U R willing, I can look @ your power supply to see if it is something I can repair for "free" if the parts are not too costly. I can then measure the voltages & determine what I need for my system. I would only need Ur powerblock because I have my own system. I have tried for months to get a schematic diagram, w/no luck. The Customer Service @ Nakamichi is of no help what-so-ever... Thank You Very Much; rexfreddy
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Nop, don't do that, the subwoofer power in the Nakamichi Soundspace 8 is 20 Watts and the subwoofer for Nakamichi Soundspace 9 is 70 Watts. If you put the 20 Watts Subwoofer on a 70 Watts input the subwoofer will receive severe damage. http://www.nakamichi.com/pdf/SS8_brochure.pdf http://www.nakamichi.com/pdf/SS%209%20Brochure.pdf
dont laugh but theres a cable for a cambrook toaster that shares the same specification and voltage. mine blew in a lightning storm. its only available from cambrook service dept and it took some pursuasion for them to sell me one. send an email to [email protected]
Hi, I have a soundspace system also and have made many problems with it. I send it to a guy in England who appears to be the only Nakimichi repair person available. He accepts systems for repairs from all over the world............
His website is on google and is under nakamichi repairs TBT is the website. Hope this helps.
Could you give more info than this? Did you check batteries? did it get dropped? did water get in it? or did it just stop working one day with no reason? If you could get more information we could possibly help.
check your power cord, check your 9 prong relay cord from power amp to deck unit, check your fuse that is in a little slot in the plug itself, most importantly check the 9 prong plug to the control unit itself, if you are mounted on the wall it could easily come out enough to not make connection. these units will take alot of bad voltage errors, if the only thing not working is your cd player you should still be able to eject it, if not it is power related, if it will eject but not play then your drive band is broke and unless you are very very mech minded take it to a repair shop who is nach. refered just look online for service try my ideas 1st you might get lucky, I hope I am right!!