Question about Yamaha RX-Z9 Receiver
Hello, Just hooked up my new reciever and had the sub working perfectly. I turned off the reciever and left the sub on (new JBL L8400p) during the night I heard a low frequency hum coming from the sub. I unplugged it and the next day when I turned on the receiver I had no sound from the sub. I have checked the sub with another reciever and it works perfect. I set everything up in the gui as explained in the manual and still get no signal. I have also changed the cable with a known good one. Please help! I've been at this for 6 hours
The part where you plug in the sub has blown or warn out over night dude get it repaired i think u need to change the fuse inside the reciever
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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