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|29th September 2006, 10:33||#31|
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Su-47, I have a 2.4G cordless and 2 (one Netgear and one Linksys) 2.4G routers in the same room. No problem. In fact I also have a 900Mhz wireless transmistter and a 5.8G cordless (in the same room with the above equipment). No problems.
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Would you know if the per-channel data is sent in compressed or uncompressed format to these wireless speakers?
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I bought a sony home theatre sytem. No complaints about the sound quality though coz its what I liked. The grouse I have is to do with USB connectivity which it doesn't have. Now, can someone suggest the different external methods by which i can interface my home theatre system with USB to play my movies.
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Re: Sony home theatre
I have a Sony music system: MHC-RV5. This is from 2003
While pretty much everything works flawlessly, one thing doesn't: the CD player. It was working until some months back but here's the problem now:
- on pressing CD 1/2/3 buttons, the display shows that that particular is being read. In reality, the CD tray does not rotate to change which CD is being read
- on pressing the Eject button, "Opening" is displayed but nothing really happens
I opened it up today to check if anything was stuck but doesn't seem like it. A slight pull (while the whole thing was opened up) brought out the CD parcel but since, nothing has moved.
Nor are the CDs being read.
Question is: can this be repaired? Is it worth it? Any recommendations for a good shop in Gurgaon/NCR?
This music system has radio (seldom used), cassette player (don't have any cassettes) and two speakers (which are not connected to the tv for sound output).
So, essentially if the CD player doesn't work, it is junk.
A workaround I can think of is, buy a portable DVD player, connect it the TV and take sound output from the tv/music system.
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