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Obviously you are going to use the Front pre-out's on the Sony to drive the Adcoms. its pretty straightforward, just do not use a speaker that is less than 8 ohms. and make sure that you always have the power switch off on the adcoms, let them sit off for 5 minutes, THEN hit the bridge switch on the back of the adcom's and follow their instructions for bridging. it's pretty easy and tough to go wrong. Good luck...Rob
Try just the power amp on ..nothing connected no Dakiom thingy either. It's a matter of elimination. Start at the output device and work back. Keep the Dakiom out of the loop. If there's hum with just the Adcom..then it's the ADCOM
If the remote is infrared (IR), you'd need the codes if the Verizon remote is not a 'learning' remote - in other words, facing the two to each other and transmitting/receiving between them. So, assuming the Verizon is not a learning remote, you'd need the IR codes. Some can be found in the back of users manuals but if not, contact the manufacturer and ask for the codes. They'll usually send them to you in a file.
The input jacks on a 555 are a standard gold plated, high quality jack. looking around the net, you should pay no more than 7-10 dollars each ( or just get originals from Adcom. ). What is your comfort level with electronics?. Can you solder properly?. I cant answer this without more info.....thanks...Good luck...Rob
If I understand your issue, you press play and the player does not recognize the disc, the optical pickup may be defective. I suggest you contact an Authorized Adcom Service Center. For further questions, contact Adcom directly.
Are you sure the fuses located on a PCB below the opened drawer are all OK? Otherwise you likely have a mechanical issues and I suggest you contact an Authorized Adcom Service Center. For further information visit www.adcom.com and contact Adcom. Affiliated Electronics in Hillsborough, NJ, may be your best bet as they have salvage Adcom parts.