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The images show very substantial cooling slots on top. Do you have these covered? This unit should be on a hard base with nothing on top. Remove the case, look for cooling fans or dusty heatsinks. Clean all those slots. Have a 2" gap all around.


Technical Pro... | 33 views | 0 helpful votes

Contact Pyle directly to inquire.

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It could be a defective switching element but more likely something has failed in the right channel amplifier chain such as a a component or amplifier stage.

Crown CE2000... | 21 views | 1 helpful votes

First, contact Bell and inquire whether their remote control contains the appropriate code.

JVC Audio... | 18 views | 0 helpful votes

If battery replacement does not solve the problem, the next step is to to replace the remote control. However, the fault could be with the receiver.

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No, I don't think there is a motor that is supposed to turn the volume - I think the volume is a push button type with one button to increase and another for down that is pushed by a clever rotary mechanism or if it isn't exactly like that the principle is probably a similar use of pure electronics.

It is clear the link between the infrared receiver and decoder and the volume electronics is broken and it will probably need a service engineer to discover where and effect a repair.

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My experience of laptops so far is the sensitivity of the mic input is very low so unless something like a crystal microphone is used that naturally has a high output (typically 1 volt - plus), additional amplification would be needed for most other types.

Your mic is a high quality type and that usually means a low output. The specs state the receiver gain in decibels, something I have never managed to get my head around, unfortunately it doesn't provide a typical output so the conclusion is there is either something wrong with the mic receiver, something wrong with the laptop or more amplification is needed to match your mic to the laptop...

Behringer Xenyx... | 16 views | 1 helpful votes

Does it turn off?

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Audio output circuit failure

Pioneer Audio... | 25 views | 0 helpful votes

1. Display failure
2. Defective display driver circuit

Kenwood Allsome... | 19 views | 1 helpful votes

This will show you

Technics Audio... | 21 views | 0 helpful votes

You probably will get the best result if you use a digital to analog audio converter. Amazon has a number of models: . You will need to provide the optical audio cable. You connect the TV's optical audio out to the converter's input. Then use the converter's RCA output to the home theater system's audio input.

The TVs HDMI port is only an HDMI input (possibly with Audio Return Channel). This isn't usually resolved by an HDMI-RCA Converter. This converter might have worked to split off the audio signal from a Blu-ray player with an HDMI cable to the converter and then another HDMI cable to the TV and the RCA audio going to the Home Theater system.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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Turning a wired speaker into a wireless speaker would be difficult and disproportionately expensive.
Each amplifier channel will need a transmitter and each speaker a receiver, a preamplifier and power amplifier and a power source capable of supplying the whole for a reasonable time before recharging.

If you choose wireless (radio) to transmit to each speaker the frequencies will have to be adjusted so they don't conflict. If the speakers are to be used within sight of the base then infrared transmitters and receivers could be the answer, similar to that used with some of the early wireless headphones.

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I am unfamiliar with the model even though I always wanted one...

Playing stereo needs two working channels, any mono/stereo switch moved to stereo, any channel balance/volume controls appropriately adjusted and most importantly the source material must be stereo - in the case of taped material it must have been recorded in stereo in order to replay in stereo...

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