Question about Pioneer VSX-D606S Receiver
When I hook my speakers up to the Right on both Channels A & B my speakers will not work. What could be Causing this? Is it ok to hook the speakers up to both Left outputs & turn both A & B channels on?
The right side output transisters are probally fried, End if you hook up both speakers to the left A&B channel you will do worse damage to it buy over loading it, Over it,s (OHM) Capacity, That mostly causes them to over heat end go up in smoke,
Posted on Dec 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are independent relays for the speaker A and B switching.Best place to start would be from the relay. When you select A do you hear a click, if not relay is not switching. The circuit involved is a small transistor , a low value resistor ( could be the culprit ) and a shunt diode.
Posted on Aug 16, 2011
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SOURCE: Left Channel not working
Not unless youve had solid state trouble shooting experience and experience soldering and unsoldering. If you havent, you should take the unit to a repair shop, as there are no user replaceable parts inside this unit. Your problem is probably the output IC or associated componet. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 26, 2006
Have you tryed yet to switch the right speaker where the left one is? If it works then you know the speaker is bad. If you move the left speaker over to the right channel and it works and sound now comes out of the left speaker, you know there is a fault in the amp somehwre. If your not a tech and have not had any solid state equipment repair experience, then your going to have to have the amp serviced by a trained tech.. Good Luck
Posted on Oct 30, 2006
1. make sure you are sending a 5.1 signal to the receiver (my DVD player was configured to only send stereo even if I picked the 5.1 soundtrack, i had to fix that). Read the manual to see the indicator lights that would light up if you are sending a DTS signal or Dolby Digital.
2. Use the 'surround modes' to at least get pseudo surround
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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