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Need instructions on hooking up speakers to HTR-5540 reciever

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    Shahid Electronics May 11, 2010

    Speaker hookup procedure is described in instruction manual.
    If you need any specific info about speaker hookup, let me know.

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You can find the manual on Retrevo.com. Just register and download it.

Posted on Mar 13, 2010

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yamaha.ca/av/PDFs/Manuals/HTR5540_e.pdf

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After plugging in my speakers and identifying the input and hooking it all up sound is still not coming out of the speakers. I continuously check how I set it up but its still not working.


Modern equipment has speaker select switches usually marked a and b , you could try the headphone o/p to see if they work.
First check all your connections to make sure all is ok.

Make sure you have an input selected that you have tested to ensure it is working then use that input to try the phones and then if that works try the speakers.

Always try out non working equipment at LOW level this will protect your equipment AND your hearing.



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Model number of the Lux? The only unknown to me regarding the answer is if the Lux speakers are designed for non-Lux attachment. If there are molded connectors on their leads I would be cautious as that is usually the manufacturer's subltlke clue that you really don't want toi mix them with other makers. If they're bare wire I think you're ok.

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I only found this on the manual
"...
if the power is cut for more
than one week, the parameter value you edited will
return to the factory setting."

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