I´ve got a major problem with my 1-bit sharp sd-nx10. I get sound only from one speaker. All the connections are as should be, still I have no audiosignal from the left speaker. I´ve tested the speaker and I´m sure now that is nothing wrong on it. I believe that something is wrong with the subwoofer`s connection system with the left speaker. Please help me I relly love this great 1-bit?
Try all of the spaekers on the channel you know works. If all are fine, swap the speaker lines to test them. Is the input a DVD player on RCA cables? A bad signal cable from a component can be a source for problem. Connect the speakers directly to the amp(if possible) bypassing the sub box. If all works without the box, suspect bad crossover or in the self-powered boxes a bad amp.
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"Is there away to check the subwoofer output signal , to confirm if the signal is correct." Yes.
(1)Input 1KHz sine wave downloaded from internet into subwoofer.
(2)open the subwoofer
(3)connect an oscilloscope to the speaker output.
(4)Probe to +ve terminal. -ve terminal to earth clip.
(5)Observe any discrepancy.
A hum in a speaker is usually a bad connection on an audio jack, this allows interference to enter the audio signal stream Check all the connections and cables. Swap cables if you have the ability. If that does not reveal the source of the problem, you may have a component on the power supply that filters line noise that is going bad.
Error 00 error message. Disconnect the lens and carefully
reconnect it when you see the "error 00" message with your Samsung
camera. The problem likely occurred because the lens wasn't connected
1. Verify the source of the signal - Look for any antennas that may have been hooked up, and verify connection has not been moved or removed. 2. Test with a different output by plugging in some headphones, and recheck the volume through the headphones. 3. Check that the A/B switch for the speakers has not been moved, and that they are switched to the correct speakers. 4. Try AM and FM for any signals both with speakers and then headphones.
make sure : 1- the the speakers are connected to the sub woofer correctly 2- the sound driver is installed on your computer ( you can check that from Device Manager ) 3- that you connected the sub woofer jack to the correct jack of your computer 4- the volume parameter is set to highest in your computer
if nothing works out then i suggest connecting the speakers to another device ( like ipod or mp3 player )
if either this won't work then the speakers are obviously corrupted :)
I have the same problem with my Sharp Lcd and Onkyo 804. I believe one problem is that the TV can not accept dolby digital or dts digital audio signals through HDMI. It will play sound if it receives a PCM signal through HDMI. You can try switching the type of signal on the cable box settings and on the dvd player. I switched to PCM and got sound through the TV and the receiver. The problem is that PCM is usually only a 2 channel signal and Dolby 5.1 will sound better through the surround sound theater system. I have not found an absolute solution to this yet, but I am willing to not get sound through the lousy TV speakers in order to get top notch sound through the Onkyo.