I've had a KS3102 home theater system for about a year now. All of a sudden, the thing stopped making any noise. It turns on, reads cds/dvds, and can switch btw tuner stations, but the no sound is made at all. I tried plugging speakers I knew worked into the receiver, and it still made no noise. I've also tried to reset the AV inputs as sugg. by another q earlier, but I do not have a digital option, only analog, coax, and optical.
Can anyone please help!?!?
I had the same problem. For about 4 months I could hear it going bad...it would take more and more time to "warm up" and eventually no matter what sequence of switch clicks I made it would no longer have audio. I lucked out and bought two of these when they were on sale so I had a good way to swap around parts. I switched power boards and found that to be the problem. I found that the 5Volt pin did not have a good 5volts, but instead had about 3 or so volts. the first thing behid the +5V pin is a diode, I noticed that I had 5V on the other side of the diode, so I bypassed it (shorted it) and now the system works fine. Although eventually i will determine what value that diode was and replace it properly. If anyone knows the value of that diode let me know..thx
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Hi,i suggests there is a loose or broken connection on your video connections between the Koss KS3102 System dvd player
and tv. Having sound suggests the optical pickup is fine. If you did
not have sound then the Koss KS3102 System dvd player could have been broken. If checking
the connections doesn't work, try a cleaning disk.
Hi, It all depends on the system you are using. Most sound systems sub woofers comes with in built Amplifier, So if the system your using does not have amplifier to amplify and make the sound system sound better,That means, you will have to get a receiver for your system for great performance.
I have the same problem. This works for some people, it didnt work for me. 1. Remove any discs 2. turn the unit off and unplug 3. wait about 20 secs and replug the power cord. 4. turn unit back on .Press dvd button on the remote to take unit to the dvd mode. 5.Using remote enter 76419. The display should say GOODBYE and go off. Press the power botton again to turn on and good luck
Hey I have the same home theater and experience the same audio problem from time to time. What you have to do is use the menu button on the remote and select all the speakers again. For some reason this home theater just turns off the speakers randomly from time to time.
Now I'm experiencing problems with video not displaying on different inputs. I'm getting a new home theater, I think this one has had it.