Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Just received my Yamaha av rx1900 done the auto calibration set-up there was sound testing for both speakers but after the set up no sound comes out of the speakers. i have selected auto for input and output. iam using just two speakers tannoy mercury 4 and i have connected them bothe to the front speaker terminals. the system is set to stereo
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Problem on Yamaha RX -V 800
check to see if there are any speaker wires that are touching each other near the connections. i had this happen on an onkyo receiver and found it was a purposeful feature intended to keep you from shorting out the receiver. if the + and - speaker wires touch (at the receiver posts or the speaker posts) this can happen.
Posted on Jul 27, 2007
You can connect the VX7 to the 5730 using an RCA Y cable like the one shown in the picture below. You get your one connection for the receiver and 2 for the VX7. These are available at any electronics store. Remember that the cable should be long enough to go from the receiver to where subwoofer will be placed.
Hope this helps. Let me know.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
SOURCE: Yamaha AV Receiver RX V-995
You may have a problem in the primary stage in your Power supply !! Unhook everything that is attached to it .... make sure the power plug is in good shape and you have the right amout of ac at the plug and good grounding ... then then try turning it on again ....
Does it stay on ??
if not .. there is something wrong probably in the primary stage of the Power Supply ... could be a bridge or something like that
hope this helps
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
(I have the RX-V659). Because the Yamaha remote has TWO SEPARATE buttons - power ON and power OFF (standby). This problem can't be fixed. There's a code to choose power ON and another code for power OFF. But one button can't be two buttons. Bad engineering\ design by Yamaha in my opinion
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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