I have aPioneer SX-315 surround sound, and no matter what I do, I have no sound out of the 2 small speakers in the back of the room... They work when I test the tone on them, so I know they are hooked up properly.... I have been all the way through the owners manual and tried everything in it.... HELP!
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Re: no sound from my speakers
Check your Surround Settings (Make sure you are in Full surround and not 2 ch) as well as your Input Source Remember the Surround Speakers will not give you a Full Audio Output it will only give you "background noise"
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chances are the speakers are the problem. try disconnecting the speakers and turn up to the level where it cuts out,if it does not cut out chances are a defective speaker or speakers,usally midrange or tweeter
I just fixed mine. Plug in your head phone. wait couple of seconds. you will hear clicking noise which seems to reset the receiver. 10seconds later, sounds should come on and if not unplug the head phone and you should hear it then.
It is more likely to be an output stage problem. The unit will be shutting down as a result if a DC offset in a faulty channel. You will need to isolate the problem somewhat to diagnose what is going on. Do you have a multimeter and a decent knowledge of electronics? If so, then I can talk you throiugh some things to check. If you dont think you are up to it, I would take it to a HiFi repair guy for a look.
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if you are hearing noises from inside the amp,then something is burning up. Your sense of smell may be a guide here too. I suggest taking the amp to a tech to repair it unless you have had some experience with repairing amps