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HOW TO HOOK UP Technical Hifi LZ-2000 amplifier
you need to say how you want to wire it up.is it to speakers that will be bi-wired or just a normal set of speakers,if its a cd player you want to play,how many sets of speaker terminals there are at the back of the amp.tell me exactly what the problem is in as much detail as you canand i can help you easily.
on Jan 08, 2013
I brought a AWN20624 (CSH
Try the following:
Unplug power cord.
Wait two minutes and plug power cord back.
Press on button and try repeatedly clicking the open try button while the unit is starting. If you succeed ejecting the tray before the lens attempt to read, sometimes you may unlock the tray.
If that does not work, the unit must be taken apart, removing the upper cover to access the drive mechanism and find the fault.
Since the player is new, the best thing to do in that case is contacting the seller or ringing the manufacturer at the number listed on manual to have the CD replaced.
on Nov 20, 2009
Not all iTunes video can be transferred to iPod, please make sure your video is compatible with iPod. If the video resolution or video bit rate beyond iPod limitation, even though they are mp4 video, you can't upload them to iPod. For example, some iTunes purchased movie are High definition movie, the resolution is too high to play on iPod, you can't sync it to your iPod. For more information about iPod compatible video, you can visit apple official website. Or you may take a look at this step by step direction, it's about how to convert and put video to iPod, it works pretty well for me.
Hope it helps. Contact me if you need further assistance.
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on Jan 20, 2021
McIntosh MC7106 Amplifier not powering up
It can be a variety of reasons but I feel that your amplifier is shutting off after powering on. There is nothing that can be done from the outside but If you are familiar with basic electronics and can attempt to take a look I can try. Open the set after you have pulled off the power, then look into the set and tighten all the connectors and cords. Power on and see where the click comes and goes off. If the relay is not holding on then your protect circuit is shutting it off. Armed with a multimeter turn on the power and check if the main +B power is coming to the output stages.If there is momentary swithch on , then disconnect power and test the continuity in the output stages. If hsort open the leads to the output section and then power on. If the relay stays we have found the fault. you can go on to change the failed outputs. If however the outputs were tested ok, then your fault could be the relay or the protect circuit, Hold a rely for a moment to see if the amplifier powers on, if so check the relay drive transistor , the biasing to the stage. Try this out and I hope my advice helps. Good day
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on Jan 19, 2021
I have a Pioneer XC-F10
I Have managed to solve my instant turning off fault. As its been mentioned before, this is a demo mode fault, heres what I did...
Leave the Unit in standby, and press and hold the "system menu" button you should see the words "demo mode" flash up on the display briefly, at this point press the "set" button to enter demo mode selection finally press the "+" or "-" button to turn the demo mode off.
You have to be quick with the remote buttons when getting into the demo mode, might take a few trys.
I'm not sure if this will fix everyones fault, but certainly helped with mine. Good Luck.
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on Jan 13, 2021
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