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- Make good (such damage) by fixing or repairing it
- Fix or mend (a thing suffering from damage or a fault)
- Put right (a damaged relationship or unwelcome situation)
- restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken; "She repaired her TV set"; "Repair my shoes please"
- the act of putting something in working order again
- a formal way of referring to the condition of something; "the building was in good repair"
- dbx is a popular Unix-based source-level debugger found primarily on Solaris, AIX, IRIX, and BSD Unix systems. It provides symbolic debugging for programs written in C, C++, Pascal, and Fortran. Useful features include stepping through programs one source line or machine instruction at a time.
- Form of noise reduction patented by the dbx corporation of the United States. Works by compressing the sound during recording, and expanding it during playback.
- Electronic circuitry designed to increase the dynamic range of reproduced sound and reduce noise in the system
- dbx is a family of noise reduction systems developed by the company of the same name. The most common implementations are dbx Type I and dbx Type II for analog tape recording and, less commonly, vinyl LPs.
dbx repair - Sony KV32S66
Sony KV32S66 32" Trinitron TV (gray)
Sony's KV-32S66 32-inch TV features the Trinitron picture tube, a digital comb filter, and the Dynamic Picture processor for enhanced picture quality with high resolution and minimum dot-crawl distortion. The CRT amplifier provides better high-frequency response in black levels for darker, more definitive lines at the higher end of the video spectrum.
The 181-channel tuner incorporates picture-in-picture technology with freeze memo, Program Palette presets (vivid, standard, and movie) for customized viewing, and a trilingual onscreen menu (English, Spanish, and French) for easy setup and programming.
The TV is prepped with two sets of audio-video jacks, an S-Video input, and two composite-video inputs, enabling you to connect a number of home entertainment source components. S-Link control means you can connect the TV to other Sony home entertainment equipment for seamless operation. Matrix Surround sound creates a cinematic experience using the pair of front-firing speakers. The Sony KV-32S66 also utilizes MTS decoding with dbx noise reduction for stereo reception.
V-chip parental control lets you monitor what your children watch. Extended Data Service (XDS) displays the time, station call letters, and program information, where available. Other convenient features include SnapShot screen freeze, a programmable sleep timer, high-speed scanning, a favorite-channel file, and automatic volume leveling, which keeps sound levels consistent during commercial breaks or when you are changing channels. A universal illuminated remote control is included.
Sony offers a warranty of one year for parts (two years for the picture tube) and 90 days for labor for the KV-32S66.
Retired four computers, one undergoing repair will be placed on top shelf. Hardware rearranged for better ergonomics.
My Kyosho DBX 1:10
After repair..... Cost apis about RM 200 huhuhu
It's amazing. One little button. It has so much effect. The Type III® Noise Reduction is an entirely new concept... virtually instantaneous encode/decode within the circuitry of the box. We started out to build the finest EQ's possible, boxes with the heritage and performance to rival our famous 30 Series EQ's. And to no one's surprise they came out awfully darn good. (Ask to see the Audio Precision plots compared to the competition.) But then, Roger (our chief engineer, a nice guy, as far as engineers go) got the crazy idea of putting this new noise reduction stuff in the box. We listened to it and were amazed. The EQ's sounded great without it but with it the performance was nothing short of incredible. Check it out yourself and see. But hey, Roger wasn't about to stop there. PeakPlus™ Limiter. Who knows more about limiting than the folks at dbx®; nobody... that's who. So when the guys were developing this new series of EQ's they wanted something that would be unique to these EQ's. That's when Roger got another one of his bright ideas and said "I bet they'll work a lot better if there's a cool limiter built in." Next thing you know, all the guys are in the studio amazed at the new limiter Roger had designed specially for the 20 Series. Once again, hearing is believing... With a threshold range of 0 to +20dbu, the PeakPlus limiter is designed to tame your program material from the subtlest nuances to the rowdiest hits. Also, the four stage LED ladder gives you a great visual indication as to what the limiter is doing.