Question about Dual Audio Players & Recorders
Lund on earphone still active but not on main speaker
SOURCE: Ear phone speaker not working
I have the same problem. Seems like this is a common problem - my phone is quite new and is covered by warranty. I have given it to the service center - will post the solution of what they did to fix it.
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
SOURCE: itouch loudspeaker, earphones?
No just the models with that feature have the loudspeaker. my girlfriends sisters ipod touch doesnt have it either. I hope that helps you out.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
may be problem is that sound driver is not install in your laptop pc so plz install sound driver properly then your problem is solve.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
SOURCE: Mains Hum on Ferguson FRG-R121D
Do you have a home theater line conditioning surge protector connected to this unit? like Monster or Panamax? What's probably happened is either a voltage spike or brownout has blown a resistor or diode in the unit, Or, Another circuit in your home has a loose connection and is creating a ground loop. It could be as simple as a light bulb getting ready to blow. It can be caused by just about any device in the house that "seems" to be working fine, yet it affects your receiver. No kidding. If your receiver has a three prong AC plug, you can go to Lowes or Home depot and get a two prong adapter for about a dollar, plug that in, if the noise dissapears, you know it's a ground loop. Also, check all your interconnect cables between sources like CD/DVD/etc. If they are the cheap cables that came with the products, throw them away! they are worthless and you may as well be listening to AM radio!. Good interconnects are actually more important than expensive electronics!. If you have ever gone to Wendy's and had a Frosty, try and **** it thru a straw, it doesn't work and your equipment is starving, let alone the cheap cables are notorious for noise and have NO ground shield to speak of. If you have good cables, awesome! make sure the ends are tight, analog rca ends have a way of loosening over time as well from expansion and contraction. Pull each one off and lightly twist the gold ends tight. I hope I haven't put you on overload! I have a tendancy of doing that, I'm just a perfectionist at this stuff. If you try all this and still have noise, post a comment and there are a few other things we can try before "off to the service shop" Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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