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We could use some details regarding audio hookups and your TV if you consider it a sound source.

Analog or digital???


Page 14 shows wher analog audio could go. And/or you could bring in digital audio if the TV has an output for it (page 5) and select the appropriate Coaxial or Optical input.

RCA RT2660R... | Answered on Jan 25, 2011

I have the same unit and discovered there's 2 cooling fans inside.
one is not working at all and the other is turning very slow.
With that said I'd open the cover and see if it's the fans.

RCA RT2660R... | Answered on Nov 22, 2010

you can connect it true the earphones the cable name is 3.5 millimeter to a rca

RCA RT2660R... | Answered on May 01, 2010

Disconnect all speaker wires at the receiver, then turn it on and up. If it stays on, check your speaker wires one by one, then check your speakers one by one. If it still cuts out with nothing attatched, it needs serviced or replaced.

RCA RT2660R... | Answered on Aug 31, 2009

Did You Make Sure All Your external Speakers Were Connected properly?

RCA RT2660R... | Answered on Jul 18, 2009

From your cable box, send "optical" to the receiver. From the DVD send "coaxial digital" (looks like one rca cable" if your receiver has it, if not, optical is fine as well. There is no reason to send audio from the TV to the receiver unless you are using an "off-air antenna". If you want to have audio from the cable box to the TV for listening to TV speakers only, send an audio video cable (red/white/yellow) direct to TV. If you need more help just post a comment and I can help you some more.

RCA RT2660R... | Answered on Jul 18, 2009

yes there is, try One 4 All universal remote thriough which u can program some of t functions also. If all functions are not in the remote u can programe it by urself and not too complex also.

RCA RT2660R... | Answered on Jul 09, 2009

Disconnect all speaker wires at the receiver, tthen turn it back on. If the unit stays on, It is either a shorted wire (grounded) or a bad speaker. The easiest way to narrow the problem is to reconnect one speaker at a time, then turn the receiver back on, if it stays on, it's ok. Then move on to the next. If one causes a short, the receiver will shut down. Next, at the speaker causing the problem, disconnect the speaker wire at the speaker. Make sure wires are separated, then turn the unit back on. If it stays on, put another speaker in it's place and try again. If it stays on, it's a speaker problem. If you can disassemble the speaker, do so and look at any place there's a connection and look for the obvious, wires touching, or a black mark on the circuit board (if it has one). Beyond that, you can check the speaker with a meter and look for a dead short, which would be a burnt voice coil. If your not sure how to do this, take the speaker to Radio Shack and they will do it for you in about a minute. Hope this points you in the right direction. If you have any more questions, post a comment and I will help you some more.

RCA RT2660R... | Answered on Jul 09, 2009

I'm assuming you are wanting to send signals from two components into one input on your amp? If so you would want to split your signals with a "Y" adapter.

As to the previous poster, it is a HTIB.

RCA RT2660R... | Answered on May 03, 2009

Is this during a DVD? if so then your DVD may be scratched or your digital coax cable is a cheapo inferior quality cable.

RCA RT2660R... | Answered on Jun 07, 2008

Did you have more detail to the question? Seems to be missing something at the end. Please Edit the question or Add Information or Comment to flesh it out
What in specific are you hooking the microphone into?
Amplifier, preamp, mixer, receiver?
It will depend what your input is expecting
Have you put in new batteries in the mic?
Do you see that the receiver is receiving the mic signal?
Is there any sound at all when you plug the output of the receiver into the input of your { fill in the blank } ?
Setup guide

RCA Audio... | Answered on Nov 14, 2019

DVD players normally don't have amps built into them. If you need to connect the DVD to amp (AV) then it will need to be connected either via an RF lead connected via RCA sockets marked RF OUT on the DVD player and one on the AV marked RF IN. If the AV has an optical in, then you can connect the DVD to that for better quality sound. You might also need to change the sound output settings on the DVD player to the correct one you are using.
Missing speaking sounds are the result of a lack of a centre channel speaker. If your AV doesn't have one. Then you will have to use the stereo only setting.
If the DVD player is only currently connected via the standard RCA left and right jacks, you will only get stereo sound.

RCA Audio... | Answered on Oct 12, 2019

If you're trying to put an equaliser in between a source and an preamp or integrated amp, the amp needs to have tape OUT or dubbing OUT connections. This will go to the eq's IN. Then eq OUTs should be connected to the tape or dubbing IN on the amp. When playing any source you set the amp's source selector to tape or dubbing IN and now what you are hearing is coming through the equaliser.

RCA Audio... | Answered on Oct 05, 2019

There are lots of methods. You can resort to online music download website, chrome extension, or music download software. Follow below steps, to know the detailed information. Leawo Music Recorder is a super recording software to help you record various kinds of music from multiple sources like online music like YouTube, computer audio, and built-in input audio. The recorded music files will be saved into an output format of MP3 or WAV.
1. Run Music Recorder on your computer and enter the recording interface. Audio source should set firstly before music recording. In order to record the music from YouTube, we should choose the option "Record Computer Audio".

2. Click the red button "Start" to make Leawo Music Recorder begin to work. Then play the music on YouTube. You should note that the music recorder should work prior to playing YouTube music.
If you want to decide the start and duration time of the recorded music, just click the icon button "Task Scheduler" then you can finish this customized setting as per your requirement.

After the music has been recorded from YouTube, you can use Leawo iTransfer to move the recorded music from computer to your iPod
Leawo iTransfer is a professional transfer program for transferring files between iOS devices, iTunes and computer. Various kinds of files are supported by this software such as music, apps and photos, etc.
1. Run Leawo iTranfer after you have downloaded the music on your computer. Connect your iPod with your computer via USB cable. The library of your iPod will be detected automatically and shown in the left sidebar of the window.

2. Import files to the software from computer in the following four-way:
I. Drag and drop the music files into iTransfer directly.
II. Click the button "Add" on the upper part which is beside the left sidebar.
III. Click the button File > Add > Add File/Add Folder on the top right corner of the window.
IV. Right click on the library and select Add File or Add Folder.

3. A pop-up dialog will be shown once you finish adding files and press the "Transfer" button. The name and the quantity of the transferred files will be demonstrated to let you know the transferring percentage. Remember not to disconnect your Apple device to your computer until the transferring is completed.

music-recorder-recording-t-ptaos1411zhprwnu0jdtasew-5-0_0.jpg For more details, check: How to Download Music from YouTube to iPod

RCA Audio... | Answered on Sep 19, 2019

This could be anything but I would guess you probably have a short in the system.If you could give me more information I may be able to help you better.


RCA Audio... | Answered on Sep 11, 2019

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