Question about Sony STR-DG510 Receiver
I've tried switching the speaker to eliminate a dead speaker and everything. I can't sem to get sound out of the front left surround channel. The wires are all fine, polarity is correct, I got nothin'. PLEASE help it's driving me nuts.
Can I assume the calibration procedure also didn't work for the Front left channel? (It's not a "surround" if it's in the front). Switch the receiver to Stereo mode to eliminate any DSP actions. Tune an FM station to eliminate any external device or cable issues. What do you hear from the two Front speakers?
OK? Select a DSP surround mode. Check all modes. What happens?
If the channel goes dead using some or all DSP modes there's probably something wrong with the processor. If they all work...
Isolate the source that exhibits the problem.
It was a bad left channel cable somewhere, wasn't it?
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