20 Most Recent Panasonic SC-AK320 Shelf System Questions & Answers


SEEMS LIKE YOU ARE TRYING TO PLUG INTO THE HEADPHONES JACK AT THE FRONT ! NO GOOD . YOU NEED TO HAVE STEREO ON. AND USE AUX. TO DO THIS pLUG IN YOUR MP3 PLAYER WITH 3.5 STEREO JACK OTHER END BACK OF STEREO INTO AUX. RED AND WHITE RCA PLUGS.
THIS LEAD COSTS LESS THAN $7.00 AND THE SOUND IS VERY LOUD THEN. !
I DID IT MYSELF AND AM HAPPY WITH IT .

Panasonic... | Answered on Jun 04, 2010


Start checking audio aoutput settings.

Panasonic... | Answered on Aug 27, 2008


CD Spindle motor maybe at fault.

Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 16, 2008


i suggest that you can connect a subwoofer through a Pionner's like power amp and adjust it only with lowpass filter... you need a battery and a charger. and that's it.

Panasonic... | Answered on Jul 10, 2007


Try re-formatting the card, check for software updates from the manufacturer or Google search using "Panasonic Strada CN-MW250D"

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on May 19, 2019


Hello Lemissa, if you try to change to playback mode, on the computer or with your remote control and you do not succeed, it could be that your Panasonic SA VKX60 has a problem in the circuit of functions
Usually this fault is generated by the keys that are under each key or button that you press on your computer
I suggest you, look for a specialized technical service
I hope you can solve the problem
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Lemissa, si intentas cambiar a modo reproduccion, en el equipo o con su control remoto y no lo logras, puede ser que tu Panasonic SA VKX60 tenga un problema en el circuito de funciones
Por lo general esta falla la generan las llaves que estan debajo de cada tecla o boton que presionas en tu equipo
Te sugiero, busques un servicio tecnico especializado
Espero que puedas resolver el problema
Saludos Franco Dosil
https://elektrotanya.com/panasonic_sa-vk90.pdf/download.html

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on May 16, 2019


Hi, what do you need from the Panasonic SA-VK90D?
indicates what you need
I wait your answer
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola, que necesitas del Panasonic SA-VK90D?
indica lo que estas necesitando
Espero tu respuesta
Saludos Franco Dosil

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on May 16, 2019


Hello Hendrix, I pass the list of reasons why your Panasonic SA-MAX5000 tells you F61, this information is taken from The Community ELECTRONICOS.com
F61 The DC DECT circuit of the "micro" detected an anomaly. * See: Note 1 Source: www.comunidadelectronicos.com
* Note 1: The error code F61 is one of the most frequent and its origin can be due to different causes. This occurs when the "micro" (IC system control) detects a variation in the reference voltage of the pin called DCDET. This voltage is 5 V. Through this pin (in some models are two: DCDET1 and DCDET2), the micro monitor the presence of DC voltage (direct current) in the speaker output, in addition to the voltages (+ and - ) power supply of the output stage and the other voltages provided by the source (5, 9, 15V, etc.) A short circuit or excessive consumption at any stage of the equipment, resulting in the absence or fall below the normal value, of any of the voltages of the source will cause the reference voltage of the DCDET pin to drop below 5V, causing the micro to turn off the equipment and present the F61 code on the display. The same happens if there is a direct voltage (DC) in any of the outputs to the loudspeakers, of the power stage. In most of the cases that the error code F61 is presented, it is usually due to problems in the power stage. For this reason, it is advisable, as a first step, to check this stage, completely disconnecting the integrated output circuit and testing the equipment again. If you turn on normally, without presenting the error code, it is necessary to replace the integrated one. If after disconnecting the power integrated, still continues to present the code F61, it is necessary to start the checks on the pin or DCDET pins of the "micro" and trace the cause from there. The same could be due to some defective component in the same DCDET circuit, or, because any of the supply voltages is absent or below normal. Not detailed here, specific data on identification of components or voltages of the circuits, because these vary depending on the model. But in all cases the reference voltage in DCDET is 5V The DCDET pins of the "Micro", vary according to the model, for example: in models SA-AK15, SA-AK18, SC-AK27 (and others) pin 32 in models SC-AK22 / 33/44/55 (and others) pins 33 and 34 If it is determined that error F61 is due to any of the voltages absent or below normal, obviously the cause in the corresponding circuits. In summary: A fault in the output stage or any of the power circuits, including voltage regulators, diodes, capacitors, etc., may cause the F61 error code to appear. A "locked" mechanism can cause the consumption of a motor to be excessive, reducing the corresponding voltage due to the overload and also producing the indicated code. As indicated above, the causes can be diverse, but starting the search, from the pin or DCDET pins of the micro with the help of the diagram, you can locate the source of the problem, in order to solve it.
Source: www.comunidadelectronicos.com
I hope it will help you find the solution
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Hendrix, te paso el listado de motivos por el cual tu Panasonic SA-MAX5000 te indica F61, esta informacion la tome de La Comunidad ELECTRONICOS.com
F61 El circuito DC DECT del "micro" a detectado una anomal?a. * Ver: Nota 1 Fuente: www.comunidadelectronicos.com
* Nota 1: El c?digo de error F61, es uno de los que suele presentarse con mayor frecuencia y su origen puede deberse a diferentes causas. Esto ocurre, cuando el "micro" (IC system control) detecta una variaci?n en el voltaje de referencia del pin denominado DCDET. Dicho voltaje es de 5 V. A trav?s de ese pin (en algunos modelos son dos: DCDET1 y DCDET2), el micro monitorea la presencia de tensi?n DC (corriente continua) en la salida de altavoces, adem?s de los voltajes (+ y -) de alimentaci?n de la etapa de salida y los dem?s voltajes proporcionados por la fuente (5, 9, 15V, etc.) Un cortocircuito o consumo excesivo en cualquier etapa del equipo, que produzca la ausencia o ca?da por debajo del valor normal, de alguno de los voltajes de la fuente, har? que el voltaje de referencia del pin DCDET baje por debajo de los 5V, haciendo que el micro apague el equipo y presente el c?digo F61 en el display. Lo mismo ocurre si existe tensi?n continua (DC) en alguna de las salidas a los altavoces, de la etapa de potencia. En la mayor?a de los casos que se presenta el c?digo de error F61, suele deberse a problemas en la etapa de potencia. Por ello, es recomendable, como primer paso comprobar esta etapa, desconectando totalmente el circuito integrado de salida y probando nuevamente el equipo. Si enciende normalmente, sin presentar el c?digo de error, es necesario reemplazar el integrado. Si despu?s de desconectar el integrado de potencia, aun continua presentando el c?digo F61, es necesario comenzar las comprobaciones en el pin o pines DCDET del "micro" y rastrear desde all? la causa. La misma podr?a deberse a alg?n componente defectuoso en el mismo circuito DCDET, o, a que alguno de los voltajes de alimentaci?n est? ausente o por debajo de lo normal. No se detallan aqu?, datos concretos sobre identificaci?n de componentes o voltajes de los circuitos, debido a que estos var?an dependiendo del modelo. Pero en todos los casos el voltaje de referencia en DCDET es 5V Los pines DCDET del "Micro", var?an seg?n el modelo, por ejemplo: en los modelos SA-AK15, SA-AK18, SC-AK27 (y otros) pin 32 en los modelos SC-AK22 / 33 / 44 / 55 (y otros) los pines 33 y 34 Si se determina que el error F61 se debe a alguno de los voltajes ausente o por debajo de lo normal, obviamente habr? que rastrear la causa en los circuitos correspondientes. Resumiendo: Una falla en la etapa de salida o cualquiera de los circuitos de alimentaci?n, incluyendo reguladores de voltaje, diodos, condensadores, etc., puede ocasionar que aparezca el c?digo de error F61. Un mecanismo "trancado" puede originar que el consumo de un motor sea excesivo, reduciendo el voltaje correspondiente debido a la sobrecarga y produciendo tambi?n el c?digo indicado. Como se indico anteriormente, las causas pueden ser diversas, pero comenzando la b?squeda, desde el pin o pines DCDET del micro con la ayuda del diagrama, se puede localizar el origen del problema, para as? solucionarlo.
Fuente: www.comunidadelectronicos.com
Espero te sirva para encontrar la solucion
Saludos Franco Dosil

https://www.comunidadelectronicos.com/

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Panasonic Audio... | Answered on May 16, 2019


Hello Wembor, the PANASONIC SB-WA340, has as integrated output circuit, RSN311W64B-P, this integrated circuit is a 6-channel amplifier
I send you links where you can find it
I hope my comment has served you
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Wembor, el PANASONIC SB-WA340, tiene como circuito integrado de salida el, RSN311W64B-P, este circuito integrado es un amplificador de 6 canales
Te envio links de donde puedes encontrarlo
Espero te haya servido mi comentario
Saludos Franco Dosil
https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00RL9I2BW/ref=dp_olp_new_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=new

https://picclick.com/RSN311W64B-Audio-Power-Module-RSN311W64-112798158374.html


https://picclick.com/RSN311W64-B-Audio-Power-Module-RSN311W64-Audio-112981681916.html

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on May 16, 2019


Go into the "Audio" settings to adjust.

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on May 07, 2019


Hello Innocent, it would be good to describe your Panasonic HiFi model, also says that other equipment is connected to Panasonic, this way I can know better which teams are commenting and offer you some idea so you can solve your concern
I wait your answer
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Innocent, seria bueno que describas modelo de tu Panasonic HiFi, tambi?n comenta que otros equipos est?n conectados al Panasonic, de esta manera podre conocer mejor de que equipos estas comentando y poder ofrecerte alguna idea para que puedas solucionar tu inquietud
Espero tu respuesta
Saludos Franco Dosil

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on May 04, 2019


Hello Omari, for what you are saying, you can not listen to your Panasonics equipment, ask if you play a CD, the timer on the display, marks its operation?
It would be good to indicate in more detail the failure that occurs, put the radio and do not listen?
On the other hand, he comments on the model of your Panasonic Home Theater 5cd Changer, in order to find a possible solution
I wait your answer
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Omari, por lo que comentas, no puedes escuchar tu equipo Panasonics, pregunta, si reproduces un CD, el contador de tiempo en el display, marca su funcionamiento?
Seria bueno que indiques con mas detalle la falla que se produce, pones la radio y no se escucha?
Por otro lado comenta el modelo de tu Panasonic Home Theater 5cd Changer, a los efectos de poder encontrar una posible solucion
Espero tu respuesta
Saludos Franco Dosil

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on May 03, 2019


Only thing you can do is look to see if there are any fuses you can replace. One other thought is did you test the wires from unit to speakers? A little mouse could have nibbled through them!

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on Apr 28, 2019


Hi Laurie, please indicate the model of your Panasonic Receiver and what do you want to connect, in order to give you an accurate answer
I await the information of your Panasonic
Greetings Franco Dosil
Hola Laurie, por favor indique modelo de su Receiver Panasonic y que es lo que quiere conectar, para poder darle una respuesta certera
Espero la informacion de su Panasonic
Saludos Franco Dosil

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on Apr 26, 2019


Hello Holly, it could be that your Panasonic, has problems of welding or power supply,
If you have technical knowledge, you should observe the area of the power supply in case there are false contacts, the audio output stage, with the possibility of the same problem
I enclose the service manual, if not, take it to a specialized technical service
I hope you can solve the problem with your Panasonic
Greetings FrancoDosil

Hola Holly, puede ser que tu Panasonic, tenga problemas de soldaduras o de fuente de alimentacion,
Si tienes conocimientos tecnicos, deberias observar la zona de la fuente de alimentacion por si hay falso contactos, la etapa se salida de audio, con la posibilidad del mismo problema
te adjunto el manual de servicio, si no, llevalo a un servicio tecnico especializado
Espero que puedas resolver el inconveniente con tu Panasonic
Saludos FrancoDosil
https://elektrotanya.com/panasonic_rx-ds30_sm.pdf/download.html

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on Apr 25, 2019


Hello Wireko, you can connect any DVD player, which has output for SubWoofer, but you will only hear the bass, through the subwoofer, you would have to connect it to a 5.1 or 6.1 amplifier with their respective speakers, of the brand you want to be able to appreciate the other frequency ranges
hope you have served my suggestion
greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Wireko, puede conectar cualquier reproductor de DVD, que cuente con salida para SubWoofer, pero solamente va a escuchar los graves, a trav?s del subwoofer, tendr?a que conectarlo a un amplificador 5.1 o 6.1 con sus respectivos parlantes, de la marca que usted quiera para poder apreciar las dem?s gamas de frecuencias
Espero le haya servido mi sugerencia
saludos Franco Dosil

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on Apr 23, 2019


The wrong connection might have affected the sound system please check a good technician to fix the problem. Thanks

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on Apr 12, 2019


an f61 error occurs on a Panasonic home theater system when the speaker cable wire connections are wrong. This situation is likely to happen if you just purchased your unit or moved the system and try to reconnect the speakers again. Polarity is key in a successful setup. The positive and negative ends of the cable wires must match the input of the main unit. Retrace your speaker wire connections to clear error F61 I think it's for helpful for you.

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on Apr 04, 2019


This seems to stand for a power system failure. Possible faulty IC's in the power supply, or even a fan that doesn't work.

Panasonic Audio... | Answered on Mar 15, 2019

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