My RT-10d powers up but n sound. There is power going to display and I can make adjustments but no sound. I opened it up and found burned components but I can't identify them since no schematic.
The first image shows the whole board the second shows the burned components. 1 is a resistor the other appears to be a diode maybe? I cannot tell. Any help would be appreciated.
If you know what these components are or where could get a schematic that would be great.
It would be good if I could get the schematic because there is also a TH3 which I believe is a thermal fuse that is out also. But I'm not sure what the replacement value should be.
Someone here asked if it was possible to see the interior of the Forte III. A store selling on the net in France did this test:
MultiEQ is a low grade version, MultiEQ XT is better, and MultiEQ XT 32 is reputed to be the best. Even if you stick with MultiEQ, read this through; it's the best I've seen. "Audyssey FAQ Linked Here"
A lot of People of here seem to know a lot more then i do so i figured i would ask you guys for help. So I have a pair of klipsch rf 7 II's and was looking to get a pair of klipsch rf7 IIIs would it be ok if i used my rf7 II's as the rears and the RF7 III's as the fronts and kept the rc64II as the Center till i was able to save up for the rc64III. I Just read a couple threads on here how some speakers frequencies and stuff don't mesh well together so i was wondering if this set up would work well thanks in advance.
Had to do a factory reset on my phone as the battery was dying too quick. This on a Droid turbo 2 phone with a 3750 mAh battery. SOMETHING was draining it and those damn cookies all 2256 would NOT go away. Some were super cookies. Data reset, browser reset, every settings that one could dive into just would not erase those cookies. Tried multiple cleaning apps too.
Factory reset it is. Now my phone is running battery smooth. Yaay!