I do not remember how to adjust the frequency to get the head set to work I have not used it since my husband died and I just plain forget, I need a refresher on this. I have been trying to get it to work and all I get is alot of static, and it is charged. Thank You Bonnie
There is an adjustment on the back middle. If it is connected to a audio source, the red light should light up on the front.
Then there is an adjusting dial next to the volume turn that until you get the sound you want.
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It may be a pin jumper setting or the drive may not be pushed onto the pins all the way, but remember hard drives do die from rough handling or just plain old normal use. did you go into setup and make sure it is recognized in there? if it aint there it just aint. good luck
Hi, First you need to make a test to adjust your headphones wireless system.. .pls follow the step below:
"Connect the RCAheadphone base" TO " headphones output of TV" with 3.5mm stereo headphone jack cable (than Tv should mute ) RCA pilot lamp should flicker in parallel to voice coming from TV
RCA headphone should have 2 different rotary adjustment on it..one "Volume" and the second "Frequency" adjustment
while TV talking , adjust slowly the "frequency rotary dial" to catch the headphone transmitter coming from RCA headphone base,when you catch it you will hear the voice of TV,(sometimes fine adjustment makes it better ) than adjust volume properly..
.After this pls do not touch Frequency dial any more..Just Turn it on ,and Volume adjustment ..Thats it..
After completion of this test ,I recommend you to switch / use "RCA Audio output plugs-white/Red cable " on the back of TV instead of TV's headphone output ,since it mutes the whole sound..RCA output plugs work independently from the TV's master volume control..
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Different speakers perform better under different frequencies. The sound you receive also depends on the box you use, and the type of car its in. In my opinion the best sound is what "I like" not what others set. There is two ways of finding your optimum settings. But my favorite way is to do the following. 1) Set every frequency on radio, preamp, cross over to amp and 0. 2) Turn the volume to about 50% - 75% using a song with different types of base. 3)Adjust your base gain, sonic, boost, punch or what ever settings until it sounds it's deepest. Don't over do the gain or base boost. 4)Adjust the other setting to fine tune clear sound. 5)Add the highs to see if they match up. 6)Now fine tune the amps but remember you should only need to bring the gain up or down because you had already found your deepest base. This should be the last amp adjustment unless u realize u want it lower or higher. 7)Adjusting the equalizer or EQ on the sterio will depend on the song your playing. Note: It's best to max out at about 80%-90% sterio volume. "I max out at 60%, but that's because I don't like twisting and twisting to get my sound up or down." One twist and im setting off car alarms.
It's probably best to allow the amp that is powering the subs to control the frequencies going to the sub(s). I would not use the lpf on both the head unit and the amp in any case. The control settings are not completely precise and you could end up with a lot of tweaking between the units to get the sound you want. I'd send full range to the amp and with it playing something with a lot of bass, set the 401s to "LP", the crossover slope to near maximum, and then adjust the frequency until it sounded best to me. Starting on page 11 of your manual are the Rockford-Fosgate recommended adjustment procedures, including setting the gains and the filter frequency.
Those numbers for the lpf on your head unit sounds like it allows you to decrease (-24dB), as well as increase (+6dB) the bass at the specific frequencies of 50, 63, 80 and 100Hz. You probably don't want to decrease the bass boost for subs. And the 401s will allow a boost up to 12dB and is variable from 50-250Hz.
It may be possible that the FM frequency chosen during setup, is in use in your area by a strong signal from a local station. Change to another frequency and see if the situation improves.
The following is from the Operation's Manual:
FM Modulator Setting
You can adjust FM Modulator frequency and output level.
If output from the FM Modulator is hard to hear due to interference from a strong broadcast
station transmission, you can switch to another frequency.
You can adjust frequency between 87.9 and 90.1MHz.
If the output sound is too quiet, too loud or distorted, you can adjust FM Modulator output
You can adjust level between “LEVEL–1” and “LEVEL–7”. 1. Press the POWER button for 2 seconds to enter the FM Modulator Setting mode.
2. Select the desired frequency with the left/right arrowbuttons.
3. Increase or decrease the Level with the up/down arrows (buttons).
4. To cancel the FM Modulator Setting mode, press the POWER button again for 2 seconds. Note:
• After entering the FM Modulator Setting mode, if you do not perform an operation within about 8 seconds, the FM Modulator Setting is automatically canceled.
check the horizontal frequency and the electrolytic filters used in it. damm sure there must be filter that make it look like a concave. also check it by decreasing the width from the service mannual of processor. there is a service switch for every processor. that is his internal control unit. may be it is from the processor adjustment. you can set it by increasing or decreasing the frequency or display width-height clock pulse from the processor. to know about that perticular switch you must concern to the company....
Firstly make sure the "squelch" is set as per the manual (link below) page 26.
If that fails I suggest initializing the scanner to factory defaults as below: