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See if you can manually set the volume for each speaker channel. Sometimes you have to play with the volumes of each speaker depending on where the listening position is, and how the room is setup Doat.
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How do i play with the volume of each speaker? its an old aiwa receiver, i think the connection is loose or they are just dying.
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i guess the last, but sometimes you can edit it with the remote... otherwise search the webzzz...
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some times if you open the case there is a screw (normally says do not turn) and i would say for starters give it like 2 1/2 turns to the right that will be about 10% o/c you should be safe there for now. make sure you have 110 volt house current other wise if may cause a brown out on the street you live on and the power company won't be pleased with you.
    
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some times if you open the case there is a screw (normally says do not turn) and i would say for starters give it like 2 1/2 turns to the right that will be about 10% o/c you should be safe there for now. make sure you have 110 volt house current other wise if may cause a brown out on the street you live on and the power company won't be pleased with you.
sweet i will do that when i get home, i will take pics of the inside so i know which screw.
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wow, this is going to be amazing, DONT FORGET THE PICS!!! and make sure to run some validations!!
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post #9287 of 19729
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can you post any other photos of the case? preferably with no board; i'm interested in plasti-dipping my future 690...

nah, IMO the optional window looks pretty terrible. Making your own is very easy, here's the famous video that started it all pretty much:
YouTube- Case Mod Basics: Case Window Install, click this link www.mnpctech.com














hopefully no one minds all these pics
plasti dip is great, but it really comes off too easily
i wonder if you could powder coat plasti dip
post #9288 of 19729
i wounder if there is a powered coat that would work better then plasti dip? wouldn't be to much more the a few rattle cans if you go to a good place.

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sweet i will do that when i get home, i will take pics of the inside so i know which screw.
any luck?
    
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hopefully no one minds all these pics
plasti dip is great, but it really comes off too easily
i wonder if you could powder coat plasti dip
Plasti dip put a nice finish.. rubbery stuff .. to bad it also easily peels off as you said ..

well if you want to get it powdered .. you will have to strip it again bare metal ..
they will dip it in some kinda' solution and the plasti dip will react to it messing up the finish ..
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i wounder if there is a powered coat that would work better then plasti dip? wouldn't be to much more the a few rattle cans if you go to a good place.


any luck?
uhh my receiver was on the second shelf of the tv stand and now it is sitting in my backyard in pieces. It somehow exploded and shot through the window..maybe i overclocked it too much.
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