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Old pioneer CX-J400 no sound coming from any source on separates system

Intermittent problem sound going from mono to stereo for then fine at louder volumes. Now there is no sound from any source of the separates system CD, turntable, radio, tape.

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SOURCE: Low volume from Akai turntable attached to Pioneer Surround Sound Receiver

If you receiver doesn't have phono inputs,you will need to buy an inline phono amplifier.Phono inputs have a built in amplifier,all others don't.Try Crutchfield.com.If they don't carry them,they will tell you who does.

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The problem is the fact that the new receiver has no phono input. The phono input has an extra stage of amplification built in. Your receiver is working fine. You need to purchase a phono pre-amp. These run around $20. Connect the turntable to the preamp and the presmp output to any line level input on your new receiver and everything will work as expected.

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No sound out of left channel pioneer vsx1123k


Make sure that you have analogue stereo sources (red & white phono/RCA) connected to any input that you want to have routed to Zone 2.

Check your speaker connections for Zone 2: Correct sockets, and make sure the wires are connected properly and there's no little strands bridging between the black and red terminals on the amp or at the speaker ends.

That's about it.

If there's no sound on one channel then it's most likely to be either a bad speaker/speaker cable connection, or a broken source cable. Try the FM/AM radio (hook up an aerial temporary). That'll be guaranteed to be either stereo or at least dual mono so both channels should work.

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I have a QSC RMX 2450 in which both channels are driven even though the amp is in stereo mode and I am only sending a signal into input channel one. It acts as if the amp is in parallel mode but I have...


My thoughts are that the amp has a poor channel separation but usually you can only hear a very quiet trace of the sound through the undriven channel. I agree with Taurus and make sure that the switch is making contact and moving all the pins to the proper points. This is a Home stereo amp, it comes with an extended 6 year warranty if you register it, I would check into getting a warranty repair before doing anything to it! Looks like a nice quality piece, those dip switches are a little bit confusing but the way it's built it is necessary to have them. It has a Dual Mono amp section so there is no way that any sound can be crossing over unless the swithches are directing it. The only way that can happen is in Parallel or in Mono. You could be in Stereo / Mono which would input both channels and output 3 settings a 1, 2 in Stereo & a Mono, Try hooking a speaker up to the Mono/ Bridge outputs and see if it's louder than just hooked up to 1 or 2. Parallel inputs will give you Mono 1 & 2 with Bridge off, and might give you Mono 1 & 2 with a bridged Mono if the bridge is on, like 3 channels all mono with one getting twice as much power as the 1 & 2 will put out. Although they have it labeled to not use it in those settings it's possible to do. I can see why you would be checking the switches.
It may actually be labeled incorrectly , as strange as it seems, many Chinese products have been made with labeling errors. Plus and minus have been wrong on Asian Made car amps so it's not that inconceivable that this may have some incorrect settings shown?

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I just order a hd flat led\lcd tv and would like to know if i could hook my pioneer stereo tuner control amplifier to it instead of buying a separate theater system for the tv....pioneer model cx-790.


I can't even find a picture of the CX-790 but the quick answer is a rhetorical question - why do you need to have them connect?

This is all food for your thought. Choose wisely going forward because you will either love or hate your system based on how well it serves your needs.

I'm sure your present TV-related programming comes into the house through a Cable / SAT box, so consider THAT as the audio source (discounting the TV) and route its best audio to the receiver. How do you do it now, I wonder? A new TV need not change the audio question. Your new TV, if it has speakers, could receive it's -box audio through low-end RCA cables in case you just want to watch talk shows or news without the audio system on.

If your TV actuall tunes it's programming via an antenna then it becomes an audio sourc of unknown capability at this point in the conversation. It could have analog and/or digital audio output or not. Treat it like a sound source as you would, say, a CD player.

Your Pioneer is just the sound end. If you want an immersive surround audio experience you do need to upgrade the sound end but not because you have a hi-def TV.

Pretend the TV is just a light show, because that's all it is. Some TV's are just monitors so the question of interaction wouldn't even come up.

The best end result for both watching and listening to high-end multichannel video is to run the absolute finest unaltered video from the source to the TV/monitor and the absolute best digital audio to a quality multichannel AVR with good speakers. The AVR will need a minimum composite video input on the TV so you can manage the AVR. Anything higher is a waste of expensive cable. Mimimizing 'hops' and interconnections lends a better signal path and fewer problems.

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depending on how many channels the amp is, you may not be able to hook everything up to it.

usually you have a separate amp for subs. 4 channel amp for the speakers in the car, and a mono amp for the subs.

To hook them all up to the same amp you would need an amp with 5 channels. It wouldn't work out right.

If you have a mono amp its only for subs.

If you have a 2 channel you can either hook it up to the rear speakers or bridge them to mono to run the subs.


you need a channel per speaker basically.

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You can't convert mono to stereo since the TV only has a single input, and not the separate right and left channel circuits needed for stereo. If you are connecting a stereo source like a DVD player, what you can do is combine the right and left channels into one and connect that to the mono input. You need an audio Y-adapter with two RCA jacks going into a single RCA plug. These are available from Radio Shack. If you are outside the US, there should be local sources such as a stereo shop where you can find the adapter. This won't give you stereo, obviously, but you will have all the sound.

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