Question about Aiwa Audio Players & Recorders
SOURCE: Aiwa NSX-TR77
Well Jamez sounds like you have eather blown the soeakers or the output IC's inside the unit. If you have a meter you can simply disconnect the speakers and test the resistance of the speakers with an ohm meter. If you dont have an ohm meter then you can connect them up to another stereo or have them and the unit tested at a repair center. Sorry not really any serviceable parts in these systems. Good Luck
Posted on May 12, 2006
Hello I have had a look on the internet and found this for you it should let you download the user manual for free, good luck you should find out your specs
www.devicemanuals.com/company/AIWA-manuals-page9.html - 49k -
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
Use VIDEO/AUX instead. MIC is for the smaller input signal that a microphone would typically produce.
Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com
Use your PC soundcard controls to adjust the output to something useable (max?).
Posted on Apr 30, 2011
I had a similar problem with my NSX-999. For CD, u need to clean the laser or buy a new cd-laser pickup KSS-210A.
For dim display, replace capacitor C107 and C108 in the mainboard if u know how or take to a repair shop and ask them to replace those two capacitors. It soled my problem
Posted on Jun 29, 2013
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1 Connect the front speakers.
Connect the right front speaker to the SPEAKERS R terminals and place it on the right side of the unit. Connect the left to the SPEAKERS L terminals and place it on the left side.The speaker cords with the white stripes go to the + terminals.
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