Question about Philips FWC870 Shelf System
SOURCE: Volume with Headphones
The unit probably has resistors or a limitor curcuit to limit the amount of audiop going out on the headphones. It could probably be modifyed but it would possiblt burn out the headphones as this is a 280watt peak power unit . Its there so you dont blow out your ears.you could use some wireless self powered headphones as that would solve your problem!! Good Luck
Posted on May 12, 2006
i'll try it when i return home. i'm at work right now. i did go online to manuals but nothing came up that i needed. thanks again. will let you know how it turns out.
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
SOURCE: TRAYS ARE JAMMED
hi, there must be a disk previously inserted which has stuck in the tray or something, open the cover and check if anything is preventing the tray from ejecting.. let me knoiw
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
SOURCE: I recently bought a Philips
low power is just another word for standby, when doing this press the power on button again, or press something on the unit to power it up. if it still does not work you might have a power issue on the power board. call your manufacturer or ceck your manual.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
first, look for a "speaker" swich that might have accedentaly got turned off, or a Mute button that might have got turned ON. most of the fuses and such are rigged nowadays internally, so that all but a qualified service tech can't get to them. make sure of those buttons, first, then, if your not sure, take it in for service.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
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