Generally, an indication of "speaker error" means that something hashappened to an internal circuit of the unit. This can be caused byover-heat or over-current conditions which sometimes are due to runningthe volume high. If your problem occurred during a very loud passage ofaudio on the TV, this may be the cause of the problem. If so, it willnot matter which input you feed the TV sound into. In fact, the sameproblem might occur running the DVD player. The shut down condition inthe Yamaha is a protective circuit that keeps the unit from beingdamaged.
Now--it may well be that you were not running high volume at all andthe same problem could occur due to heat build up in the amplifier orto a circuit problem. If the system is in a warm area of your home,this may raise the internal temperature of the sub high enough totrigger the shut down. I do notthink that an external source is the reason for the problem--unless, ofcourse, the input signal level is too high and causes the volume to gohigh.
If you have the unit closed up in a shelf whith limited ventilation orthe sub is located where it has no cooling air, that could also be acause for the problem. You may want to try changing locations of theunit and see what happens. If you still have the problem, I recommendthat you go up on the Yamaha web site (www.yamaha.com) and click ontheir customer service area. Then ask about the problem and see whatthey recommend.
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Need to know which one is failing. Since they are only speaker, I'd run a known working speaker wire to each one. If they all work, you have a setting in your tuner/amplifier that is not set right for video sound playback. Looking at your users manual may help. Look at the speakers used for each speacker uses configuration.
there could be a problem with the audio inputs on your receiver but just in case try switchin the speacker wire if that dose not work then try switching the input cables from the aux in to the tape or cd input jax if that dont work then the problem is in your curciut board and is probly ruined what can cause this problem is there are to many speackers hooked up and the receiver got to hot or the positive wire and the negative wire brobly gat crossed some where and shorted out your receiver input jax try the solutions i recamended and hope for the best i hope it works for you good luck
The spade connectors are for wireing in (seires, 2 or more in 1Channell) or seperatly 1 speaker per channell,or output wires. you can hook them up straight to each output. 1 output = 2 wires. +,and a -. Make sure each one is hooked to the right one one the speaker. Possitive lead to possitive side of speaker.
selectbanker, As a test only try this. Remove green plug from rear of pc. Find old am/fm stereo transistor radio or even a portable cd player and connect the green plug to your "new" audio source. Can you hear anything coming out of the monitor's speakers? Also try a set of stereo headphones in the green audio "out" jack to see if sound is coming out of the pc. Narrow down where loss of signal occurs first. 12fixlouie
Hi i have speackers.... but i have no realtec and i have no sound at all i tryed to look for the
volume bar buti can not find thatas well, and i do not have ac97 audio configuration as well
to ut it all together i got nothing to hear music, i hope you can help me out on this problem
please thank you.
if you are going to place the speackers into the rear shelf than you can run your wires along the underside of the shelf,then towards the back of the rear seat, then run it down the length of the seat, when you reach the bottom you will need to try to pry the backrest portion seat foward just enought to get the wire thru to the front, then you will need to get either a phillip or slotted screwdriver, open the back door and at the bottom unscrew the trim from the bottom of the door way,run wire thru do the same with the front door, then run wire behind the trim around or near where the emergency release handle is at, run wire behind instrument panel towared your deck. when you go to wiring up the deck and speakers check on the deck to see if it has a wiring diagram on it if not: most decks come as follows ( white wires front right ,blue or purple rearl left, brown front left, grey rear right red is + black is - yellow is constant +( always on so your deck is able to stay programedwith your presets and audio settings and clock)one single blue or purple wire is the remote for your ampif the colors dont match the ones on your deck then hook up your deck to the power only when the deck comes on go ahead and set your speackers to only the rear right speacker and take your wires from your speacker and touch them to the wires on the back of the deck, once you hear the audio coming thru go ahead and mark this as right rear or rr then using the same speaker change the settings to rear left speacker and do the same as with the other one mark it rl and do same for front speackers
Does the Sub have a Low- Level input? This is a RCA type female connector, what you need to do is run a Male RCA cable from your home theatre where it says Sub-OUT and go into the Sub woofer Line in. Unless you only have speaker wire inputs on the back of the Sub then take the Left and Right front into the Sub speaker inputs and then out of the Sub speaker OUTS back to your speakers.