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Losing sound in certain modes

Hi, I have a Pioneer VSX-C300 5.1 Channels Receiver which up to now has been working fine, but recently when it is in Standard mode the unit "clicks" then the sound is al but lost (very faint and muffled). If i switch to another preset mode i.e. Auto the sound is fine (but not the mode I like to listen in!) Sometimes it wil go for a couple of days without a problem and other times the fault occurs within about 10 mins of turning the unit on. Regards, Tym Harvey

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  • Alan A Feb 11, 2008

    I had the same problem with muffled sound when the centre speaker cut out. Changing to stereo mode sounded perfect. This was caused by several dry joints in the unit, possibly caused by the high temperature that it runs at.

    An audio engineer found and soldered these joints to cure the problem.

  • OlderMan Nov 29, 2008

    Was getting the clicks, after turning off the unit for little while the clicks would stop. Now it doesn't work at all...I get an overload display then auto turns itself off. Believe the center speaker is bad. I can measure 0 ohms across all speaker outputs except center spleaker..40K ohms.

  • OlderMan Nov 29, 2008


    Posted by OlderMan on Nov 29, 2008
    Correction...on the ohm output with receiver unplugged...

    Was getting the clicks, after turning off the unit for little while the clicks would stop. Now it doesn't work at all...I get an overload display then auto turns itself off. Believe the center speaker is bad. I can measure OL ohms across all speaker outputs except center spleaker..40K ohms.

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I get the same problem with my Nakamichi, but it never bothered me much, since i can't notice any quality drop, besides, its only radio. I remember it happens only on certain stations though, which leads me to believe it might have to do with the broadcast itself which oscillates and varies in amplification from station to station, and is affected by weather and geography. If it really botheres you, try getting extra juice amp for your tuner from some specialy electronic store. Good luck

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