From: "T. Pardy"
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Subject: Re: Can Someone Please Help?
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Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 03:37:11 GMT
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Thanks for the response, but the stereo has one of those push button digital
type volume controls it is not a potentiometer I don't think. By the way,
when using that method how would you control the signal(that is the signal u
want to hear tv, radio, aux)?
"Passer-by" wrote in message
> Dear Travis,
> You are not injecting the input signal into a right point. You should use
> "volume control" ends for this purpose. Each volume potentiometer has 3
> you should ignore the middle one.
> Remember to use shielded cables everywhere !
> Good luck.
> "T. Pardy" wrote:
> > A friend and I decided on a little project. He has a cheaper stereo
> > you know the type without auxillary inputs. Well we decided we would
> > a set up RCA terminals to the tape 1 deck lead wires so he could use it
> > hook up his VCR. Well we soldered a cable to the PCB at the same spot
> > the TAPE 1 deck HEAD wires was soldered thinking we could use it for a
> > auxillary, unplugged the tape head connector from the other side of the
> > hopefully you are following me. Well we connected the RCA cables from
> > VCR/CABLE BOX to the receptacles we installed on the back of the stereo,
> > selected the tape function on the front of the stereo and pressed the
> > button on the tape1 deck and it worked! Only problem is there is a LOT
> > noise in the output on the speakers??? Have no idea what is causing the
> > noise? I am wondering if anyone here would have any idea on how to cut
> > noise out if possible, or is there a better way of getting an AUX input
> > stereo which doesn't have one? Or hook it up to the CD inputs? I know
> > is cheap, but this guy is getting married and he doesn't have a whole
> > money.
> > PS: Email me if possible
> > Thanks to anyone who can help,
> > Travis