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Re: The right Channel is not working
Hello if you are sure that you check everything, speaker,cables input signal.
if this pionner suddenly stops playing in one channel the most probable is in protection not burned so it needs service at repair shop.saludos
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I've tried using the balance for left and right speakers, and when the receiver is acting up with the right speaker having a low volume, I tried moving the balance all the way over to the right speaker. The right speaker volume will not increase in volume but the left speaker will decrease in volume.
Just to clarify, the center and the rear speakers are balanced. The issue only happens sometimes when I first power on the receiver I will have no center channel. If I leave everything alone for a few mins, the center channel will come on.
So it seems to me that something one the receiver is going. The question is, can anyone suggest a physical repair for the receiver for these symptoms?
I have a similar reoccuring problem with the left channel on my speakers. All of a sudden, while playing music or whatever, the left channel jusr dies. Turning the system off and then on again from the conrol unit does not remedy the situation. By chance, I discovered a workaround to get the left channel working again: Push the main power switch of the subwoofer until it almost switches off and then release it so that the power is never actually switched off. Now a click is heard in the system and the left channel comes alive again. This is quite annoying and seems to have something to do with switches in the subwoofer. Low quality components may have been used. I 've been thinking of getting another 2.1 system, but it's not easy to find one... Maybe I should open the subwoofer box and go through the switches and possibly hardwire some connections...
The exact same thing has happened to me,, the left channel just stopped working. I am in process of changing the audio amplifier chip for the left channel a TDA 7296. Its a fairly inexpensive gamble at less then 5 bucks for the chip. It is fairly complicated amplifier chip with a built in mute, standby and thermal shutdown protection features in the chip so it is possible any of that has gone haywire the chip would not output properly if so. Also found on the same channel a small choke a three turn coil that was dislodged when they added silicon to the board and it pulled the choke lead right off the board. I would presume this alone would not be the problem but could have lead to the amplifier going bad if it truly is.
Evertyhing else on the main board seems to test well and nothing is standing out as a problem. Rollin the dice. Waiting for a chip in the mail,,, time will tell.
Best thing to do is to put the unit in 5 channel or 7 channel mode. That will send left ch information to the front left and rear left speakers ( both will get the same information). Ditto with the right channel. The center channel will get centre channel information.
If all the speakers work, go out and rent TOP GUN. ( yes its old), BUT there are a few extreme scenes , one of which is the elevator scene, where the camera changes perspective and suddenly you hear the elevator doors close BEHIND you through only the surround speakers ( have the unit in surround mode....NOT 5 or 7 ch mode ). If this works ok, then you have no problems.
Remember, surround sound only produces information in the rear channels when the information is there. To check out the digital and DTS decoders, get an action flick. If you can, get a remote too, because that will unlock many features about the receiver that you cant get to with the front panel controls. Also go to yamaha and download the owners manual ( its free !!).....that should get you going.....
I recommend you swap your left and right input cables to make sure it's not a source issue.
So from your headunit, plug the left channel output into your amps right input and your right channel output into your amps left input.
If the same side is still not working then disconnect both (or single speaker if it bridged) the speakers from the not working side at the amp. Connect the front and then the rear speakers individually and retest to see if one of them works.
If one does work then check the cabling and speaker connections on the one that doesn't. If it's shorting out anywhere it will stop your amp from powering that channel.
Failing that, it could just be that your amp has partly failed.
I think you mean the left channel is out but when you use test tone, the sound comes from left and right channels through the right channel speaker. If this is case, the switching IC is malfuncting. Unit needs service