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2-second delay with Magic Sing
i bought et18k. just the same as yours.its 2 days old and has the same problem. the technical assistant says that its because of the digital setting that new tvs have. there are two ways to solve this though:
1. connect the video (yellow plug) to the tv. and the other two plugs (yellow and white) to the stereo. when i say stereo, its not the dvd home theater system that you have but a separate one. if you connect it to the home theater that you have, it'll just sound the same, you still have the delay.
2. connect the magic sing to the older tvs hangin out. and you'll get no problem at all.
**TVs such as sony, samsung, philips, sharp and all plasma tvs including other newly designed tvs will have the delay since they all share the HDMI thingy that causes sh*t.
Repair centers for ed2000
Before starting to search for a replacement board do the following steps:1-take out the batteries.2-wash your board with water and a little detergent using a tooth brush.3- use a hair dryer to dry your board .4- leave your board in a warm place(preferably in sunshine) for a few days to make sure that no moisture is left on the board.After you have done all this you may find your mic working normally .If your mic is still not working ,using a magnifying glass search for loose solder joints.hope this helps you.
Well the ac adapter still
HiElectronic equipments dont work with ac supplies. That the fact is they need d.c. and in your case a.c. power goes through rectification and regulation in which case by feeding over voltage into your system you have probably damaged rectifier diodes and the regulator and these items are very cheap.N.B. if you are going to do the repair yourself check for burnt and melted copper tracks.
Interference problem on my wireless magic sing, i
The magic sing has an omnidirectional antenna which is unnecessary since you will be standing directly in front of it while using it. I recommend you take an aluminum pie plate or other aluminum piece that is larger than the antenna and place it directly behind it, perhaps even held on by tape to the antenna. You can even bend it around the antenna in the form of a V with the opening towards you, where you'll be holding the mic. This will block the other signals from your neighbor while still allow you to use it. It may even block your signals from leaking onto your neighbor's unit.
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