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    Amp/Receiver/Speakers/Connections/CablesFinally re-capped my 1990 STR-D2020Johnnycanso42014-04-18 18:32
    First 650 characters of this postAfter been put on the back shelf from time to time, i finally dug into my old faithful STR-D2020!!! Had to change the old 24 yr old caps as they had come to bulge syndrome!!!I've got about 20hrs on it now & what a difference!!! Sounds so clear & punchy no matter the volume compared to before...don't know why i waited so long to upgrade the caps but you know how it goes!! ;-)
    Television TroubleshootingKDL-46XBR4 Redflipflopfloridian72014-04-14 19:19
    First 650 characters of this postWorking on a Sony Bravia KDL-46XBR4...The color is affected in that the right 1/2 of the screen is mostly red,,meaning the flesh tones are bright red..people have a major sunburn lol..Tried adjusting all picture adjustments from menu and nothing seemed to make any difference in the color anomalies .. I also tried cleaning and resetting the ribbon cables from T-con to panel..On the left side of the screen the color seems to be normal,,but as you progress to the right the color gets red and darker overall..Any ideas ?
    Amp/Receiver/Speakers/Connections/CablesBest use of a TA-FA3ES and 2 x TA-N55EStheboyrob42014-04-12 16:15
    First 650 characters of this postI've been using my TAF-A3Es and TA-N55es for sometime now and I'm very happy with the setup.I feed the 55ES from the preouts on the A3ES, the 55ES is used in stereo and bi wired to my Tannoy V4i speakers.I've managed to get another TA-N55es and i'm wondering what the best setup would be to utlise all three.I've been wondering If i can use them in mono mode and use one power amp to power each speaker but i'm struggling to work this out in my head!if anyone could help with the best setup and possibly a wiring diagram that would be much appreciated!
    Amp/Receiver/Speakers/Connections/CablesTA-N77ES restorationjehill122014-04-12 14:28
    First 650 characters of this postOn 2014-04-11 03:13, Helicopter wrote:I found smoked components: D312 - R316 - Q308 - Q312 - Q401 - Q405 - Q410. Furthermore I noticed that on one channel original output transistors 2S3856 were replaced by 2SC3263 (may be fakes ?). I just downloaded the service manual and took a look at it to determine where the components listed are located in the circuitry.  I see that Q405 and Q410 are co
    Amp/Receiver/Speakers/Connections/CablesThe AC Plug Thread / The Benefits of Upgrading to Hospital Grade AC Plugs!Maxxwire7062014-04-12 00:00
    First 650 characters of this post     After spending several weeks researching the availability of a well built yet fairly priced OCC Silver Conductor Digital coax cable I finally made my decision to get the Audio Sensibility Statement Silver Digital Coax Cable. Audio Sensibility of Toronto, Canada is charging $US199 for a 1.5 meter length of this a true 75 Ohm solid
    Amp/Receiver/Speakers/Connections/CablesSTR-DE545 Random Popping Sound and Distortion Centre Channeljwakefield42014-04-08 01:48
    First 650 characters of this postHi All,First time poster to this forum - looks like a place where lot's of smart people hang out!I have an old Sony STR-DE545 which I bought new probably 15 years ago and has until recently been a nice, reliable unit. It did have dry joints on the relays a few years back that caused various output channels to drop in and out but that was an easy fix for an electrical engineer with a soldering iron.Lately though, I've been getting some different problems. The unit causes random 'popping' in the speakers, someones one side only, sometimes another, sometimes se
    Off-topicThe death of PC TV tuner cards!jehill132014-04-04 12:46
    First 650 characters of this postI have been using a TV card in my PC with a QAM tuner to watch clear QAM (un-encrypted) Comcast cable channels for several years.  A few of days ago the tuner stopped working.  I then discovered a note on my February bill advising that effective 3/26/14, all Limited Basic channels will be encrypted.  That explains why my TV card no longer works and is in now useless!I had been following the release of the free Xfinity X1 DVR to X1 CLOUD upgrade, so I called in to get it.While I was on the phone, my wife brought me the newspaper (4/1/14). &nb
    Blu-Ray/HD DVDComparison between Sony BDP-S5100 Blu-ray player ans BDP S550maverick1135932014-04-04 02:53
    First 650 characters of this post Hi guys , Had a couple of interesting days rostered off from work which gave me time to watch and compare my two blu-ray players. My interest was tweaked when I discovered my new little BDPs5100 is DSD (SACD) compatible .  My test parameters are simple,same HDMI cable connections and same power connections ,both have identical setup parameters internally and connected to my Integra dhc80.3 processor .Note  the BDPs550 has a “ATT” on audio setup which was turned off for comparison.
    Amp/Receiver/Speakers/Connections/CablesHelp Needed Fixing Sony STRDB-930.Maxxwire182014-03-26 01:51
    First 650 characters of this postOn 2014-03-25 19:51, squonk wrote:I've ordered some of the recommended Furutech FP-3TS20 OCC cable, really looking forward to hear how the cable improves the sound squonk- I am also looking forward to hearing about how the Furutech OCC Single Crystal Copper power cable will effect the sound quality of your DB930QS which uses 230 volt AC power. I will also be interested to hear about how much the upgrade to an OCC Copper power cable alone will effect the sound quality of your Receiver in th
    Amp/Receiver/Speakers/Connections/CablesSTR-GX10ESjehill6142014-03-22 21:34
    First 650 characters of this postIn thinking about the cause of the -2.25V offset a bit more, I have concluded that the most likely cause is that the characteristics of the 512-KSA940TU that was substituted in place of the original Q563 do not match those of the present Q562.  Q562 and Q563 should be a matched pair.  I suspect that replacement of Q562 with the transistor that is normally used as the complement for a 512-KSA940TU would reduce the offset significantly.  According to the 512-KSA940TU datasheet, the complement is the 512-KSC2073U.I find it interesting that the 512-KSA940T
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