Question about Denon AVR-4800 Receiver
I have a Kenwood unit. I noticed that I had a static sound coming from the center channel. So I thought the center channel was blown. I bought a new center channel and rear speakers. When I hooked them up statuc noise started coming out of center and rear speakers. I tried switching receivers and the problem stopped. When I hooked back up the Kenwood the problem started again. Do you have any suggestions on what possible could be wrong with the Kenwood reciever??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am assuming you have tried new speakers on used unit on both A & B choices. Have you tried your new speakers with old 2802? If they work OK with old unit, you have problem with amplifier in used unit. Take the used 2802 to a reputable shop and have it thoroughly tested. Perhaps it is just a loose connection.
Posted on Apr 02, 2007
If you've done that already and still no response from your system, I would suggest to take back to the place where you bought it and ask them to check it for you. Tell them that you follow the user's manual to the "T" but still unable to make it work.
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
SOURCE: left channel not working
Thanks, yesterday i tried changing the speakers from right to left, the problem still remained on the speaker getting connected to the right channel. Later i pulled out the speaker wires from the reciver's end for the right channel, cut them and pulled out new strings from the insulation, twisted them and inserted, the speaker is working fine, though not 100% but close to left channel. I guess the problem was old strings in the wire which had got over twisted and were not parallel to each other.
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
SOURCE: center channel
Back to basic to advance:
Be sure you have all speakers connected correctly behind the receiver.If you center channel don't have any sound,it could be 7 different issues,but you could try to just hook up your center channel to either the right or the left speaker output to be sure the center channel speaker does work.
Check your the speaker wiring tip(if there is any),i will use just the speaker wire go straight to the center speaker output,go to the receiver to change it to pro-logic or dolby digital and of course you should put in a dvd in the dvd player to have a good quality movie to play the dialogue through the center channel for you test.
If you have tried the above step and still have no sound,you might consider hiring a troubleshooting master to take care of your issue.
Let me know what you need!
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
SOURCE: center speaker static noise
Sorry sp106s, you have to take that to bose service center.
Its a complicated problem. Something is wrong in the amplifier
section inside your sub box. Only authorize servicemen can
open it, not any tech'n can.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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