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Check for shorted speaker wires - if none found, disconnect speaker / select headphones and see if you hear music thru the headphones. If not - you may have burnt out power transistors, etc.

Marantz SR3001 | Answered on Apr 07, 2015


If you're using component cables I would suspect one is not connected or working. Isolate by swapping them around. OR bypass the whole receiver. What does it really do for external source video anyway besides offer opportunities for cable issues and degradation?

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I always run my video directly to my TV.

Marantz SR3001 | Answered on Sep 11, 2011


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Marantz SR3001 | Answered on Dec 07, 2010


If the sub is good, then check the cable to the sub, check the level in receiver settings and check your surround modes. sounds like your problem is in setup menu if the sub is ok. Hope this helps

Marantz SR3001 | Answered on Jun 07, 2009


Some Marantz unit have a max volume that can be set by the user. Look under the audio options of the unit and set a higher volume level.

Marantz Audio... | Answered on Oct 01, 2018


Fuses blow due to an overload, in amps it will be caused most likely by a short in the main power amp section. Probably one or more devices mounted on the main heat sink. The cause is often speaker cables that have shorted, or faulty speakers.
The cost can be estimated by taking of the top cover of the unit. This should show the devices on the heat sink. If you see any burnt or damaged they have to be replaced. Each device will have a number on it. If you put the number into a search engine it should find the price of the part. Then you only have to see want they want for labour costs.

Marantz Audio... | Answered on Oct 01, 2018


Some amps offer the entire signal out, to a processor, like a sub woofer. That system will shave the parts of the signal that it needs, ans passes the rest back to the amp for it to process. Your amp will not have to contend with the burden of processing the removed portion of the signal. Supposed to be more efficient and "truer".

Marantz Audio... | Answered on Aug 31, 2018

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