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Re: Connect a CD Player to the Peavey XR600 Amp
Go to radio shack and get1-3-ft. radioshack gold series RCA A/V CABLE NUMBER(15-3030) OR(15-3031) IT DEPENDS TO DISTANCE BETWEEN PLAYER AND AMP.(ANY AUDIO CABLES WILL SOLVE THIS PROBLEM BUT GOOD QUALITY MEANS BETTER RESULT.
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You can connect the CD player to the amplifier using a standard set of RCA cables (left and right channel / red & white connectors). Connect the CD output to an input on the amplifier (usually one designated for CD or possibly "Aux") Then select this input source in order on the Amplifier.
There would be no reason to connect the CD player to a Tuner. Not even sure a tuner whould have any inputs in order to connect a CD player.
You didn't say whether the player is connected by 2 RCA cables (analog) or by digital cable. If by RCA, does the player have a headphone jack? I had a player once with a piece of a headphone that broke off inside the jack, muting the analog outputs.
With a music CD playing, and the volume on the SA-404 set to a lower (but audible) level, try the following steps while closely listening for music from the speaker that is not functioning (some crackling or screeching sounds may be heard when removing and reconnecting the cables).
Remove & reconnect the traditional RCA type audio cables that originate from the CD player at the connection point at the rear of the SA-404 several times. If the cables can be removed from the CD player, do it to that end too if no music is heard. If the audio cable is a single coaxial dolby digital type carefully do the same thing to it - at both ends if needed, too. The optical cables usually don't fail the way you describe so if they're being used it may be a problem with the CD player.
You might also try moving the RCA type cables to a different input (try TAPE or another available input) if the previous steps don't solve the problem. If the problem is present on the new input (TAPE or another available input), the issue lies with the cables or the CD player. Try connecting with NEW cables to the CD input. If still failing - try TAPE input again. If still not working, I would feel comfortable saying the CD player has some sort of problem.
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your on track . better than i could have accomplished. no updates on this receiver. strange how it worked for 9 months,though.I am inclined towards the v-box as well. but i have not been able to get any info about this box.
There are a fews ways of accomplishing this.
It sounds like you may reversed your cable connections. Lets try these steps.
On the back of your cable box and your Go video VCR/DVD there are two coxial connections an (OUT) and an (IN):
Step 1. Connect the coxial cable from Comcast to the (IN) connection on the back of the cable box.
Step 2. Connect one end of a spare coxial cable to the (OUT) connection on the back of the cable box.
Step 3. Connect the other end to the (IN) connection on the back of your GO Video box..
Step 4. Connect one end of another spare coxial cable to the (OUT) connection on the back of your Go Video Box.
Step 5. Connect the other end of the Coxial cable to the back of your TV.
assume its a bose system 12 (non digital or digital ?)
if you clarify the model of both tv and bose system i will tell you precisely how to connect tv to bose system,
but i must assume first that your cable box is connected to your tv via a scart cable , you must remove sound function from the cable and plug directly into cd5 unit on either auxillary or video input , then turn cd5 unit to that channel to play sound and use bose reomte to control volume (ok)
i would doubt thatthe TV has a audio output, many dont.... also it may be necessary to buy a scart to RCA cable at your local electronics shop or supermarket to completet he task at hand.
if however you are digital.....
make sure you are connectiong bose digital input to a digital (dolby 5.1 compatible) sound source.
sorry if you think i have over simplified the problem !