Question about Yamaha YST-SW216 Subwoofer
I have connected my SW216 to my Yamaho YSP-800 and the SW216 does not put out sound. It respondes to tapping the opposite end of the cable but still no sound. I have run auto setup and manual set up to enable the subwoofer. Still no sound. Any ideas? Thank you, Paul
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This speaker has a feature that shuts it down automatically when there is no audio signal present for a period of time. Unfortunately, the threshold is set a bit too high so, if you're listening at low volume the speaker will turn off even if there is signal present.
I found this posting because I was looking for a circuit diagram so I could bypass the auto-off feature on my MSW10.
Posted on Nov 03, 2007
SOURCE: Yamaha YST-SW150 Subwoofer
hi, is it a humming noise ??? check if the connector is plugged in properly,check the earthing, if its a three pin mains plug, if its a two pin, then the CPU SMPShave a proper eathing. let me know
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
SOURCE: Power Subwoofer doesn't work
1. Your source material does not contain bass frequencies.
2. Your SUBWOOFER SET - BASS OUT is set to Front, rather than SWFR (subwoofer). See page 63 of the manual.
Let me know if that helps.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
The best way to get quality sound would be to go through the USB connection of the phone.
It will be hard and a bit costly to get a cable to link the Ipod and projector.
Easiet and economical way is to go to apple and purchase a cable for the jaudio jack at the top of the Ipod that will also have an audio jack connector for the projector
Posted on May 31, 2009
Here you can find the manual for your subwoofer. Looking at its back side, it has 2 RCA plug input for stereo. Receiver has just mono sub output, but as low frequencies are not easily locatable, mono is perfectly OK.
Just connect receiver SUB-OUTPUT with RCA cable to your subwoofer's RCA LEFT input. Then adjust volume to match rest of your speakers.
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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