Question about Panasonic SA-XR15 Receiver
I have static im my audio and I think it has to do with the settings and programming of the audio functions on the receiver. I tried hooking up new speakers wires and alos new speakers and the static remains in all audio when using the TV, DVD and Tuner. I did spend some time fidling around with the settings on the receiver under the TV input such as (speaker dB, filter, d r compression, distance etc. and there is alwats a range from 70 to 0. but since i dont have a manual, im not sure what that means regarding the audio settings. I did manage to get rid of teh static a few times,m but as soon as i turn off the Tv and turn it back on the static comes back. But its definitely a matter regarding the receiver functions when it comes to the audio components regarding the dB range between 0 and 70. thank you
SOURCE: no video
Is the video cable composite or s-video? the output from the receiver to the sets line input (1,2,3,s-video) must be the same on most receivers. If the game console uses composite (yellow rca connector) to the receiver, the same cable must be the same from receiver to TV. Some receivers do "up convert" to s-video or to Progressive scan (red,green,blue rca connectors) and do not follow this rule. Yor set needs to be switched to the correct input as well. None of the receivers I have services thus far hve the 75ohm cable lug for RF. Check all the cableing and repost if you find something new or different.
Posted on Jun 09, 2007
SOURCE: loses audio in tv mode
I had the same problem (CD mode) but today all audio is gone. I opened it up and found no visual problems. There are 3 main boards inside, one where all audio inputs go to. I think that board is bad. Not much help I know. Good luck finding the answer. I'm doing a search on know problems now, If I find anything, I'll post back.
Posted on Jun 28, 2007
If it's only the DVD input, and you had tested it systematically, like you'd stated, then the input connector could be loose or defective.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
SOURCE: i have a panasonic SA
you need a basic meter to ohm out the wires. most speakers ohm out around 8 ohms. some speakers have wires that can hook up to more speakers. others use an external power source to boost the output of the speaker. I would ohm out the wires and find the closest thing to 8 ohms. then with a small 1.5 volt flash light (AA) or (AAA) battery you go across the wires that you think are the load (speaker) if you hear a poping or crackle sound then you have found the wires that are the speaker wires. this would be the wires to hook up to the amp.
Posted on May 01, 2011
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