Question about Yamaha RX-V530 Receiver
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem might be caused by two major circumstances. 1)Touching wires 2)Overheating. I suggest you unplug all wires connected to the amp then turn on the amp. If it gets turned on then we know that the problem is that you have touching wires. If there is a short circuit somewhere, get rid of it. The ventilation is another important issue that you have to pay attention. It simply causes overheating.
Posted on Jun 07, 2007
After further research, I learned that I need to plug the turntable into a preamp before plugging it into my newer receiver. As with cassettes, record players are fading away. I ordered a preamp, but won't be able to experience success until it arrives.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
What you will need is a phono pre-amp, then you can run into the receiver with a line level input to an empty audio input on the receiver, you can try Radio Shack to obtain one.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
SOURCE: hello, i have a prob.
If you really want the TV to have a high-res video feed from your receiver and the TV has the component video inputs, you'll could use that option for the video and it will look fine. On my HD TV I can't tell the difference between it and HDMI.
There are converters out there but they're electronic, not simply a modification of the cable to make it fit. I wouldn't bother with them...
I'm not a member of the run-all-video-into-the-receiver club, believing instead that the various signals would fare best if they went directly from their sources to the best electronics you have to handle them. Therefore, I run all video directly to my TV from the BluRay, DVD, Cable Box, VCR and all the best digital audio available from each of them directly to the receiver.
I see no benefit in running any signal unnecessarily through multiple devices (with possible cable and connection issues; and conversion anomalies) on its way to my eyes and ears.
My TV gets bare-bones composite video from the receiver just for the On Screen Display and basic analog audio from a DVD player and the cable box just in case I have Lo-Fi watching that doesn't need great sound. That way I don't even need to turn my receiver on for news, weather, documentary DVD's, etc.
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
double check input used on amp and make sure u use the auto format decoder fuction on your amp ok if it has none than turn it on optical digital ok that should work for you :)
Posted on Feb 10, 2011
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