Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have vsx-d812 that has an AMP ERR in error menu. the troubleshooting was found to be Q696 and Q697 in the DC prot. area on "C" board, up near front toward diplay in center of c board. You can get access to error codes on VSX pioneer unit by pressing "enter" and "adv. surr." simultaneously for 2 sec. The display should show what error code you are experiencing. I believe there are three diff. error codes. 1) AMP ERR 2) OVERLOAD 3) BOAD ERR (not mistyped) I hope this helps pinpoint error code for ya.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
I can't believe you haven't received an answer before now.
The red flashing light normally indicates that the protection circuit has been tripped. It can be caused by something as simple as a short in a speaker wire. Even if there is one strand of loose wire that makes contact with the back of the receiver, another wire, etc. it can cause a short. To protect itself the receiver will simply shut down.
1st. I would suggest disconnecting all the speaker wires from the back of the receiver. Then turn on the receiver (obviously you won't hear any sound) and see if the receiver does the same thing. If it does you should try disconnecting all of the source components (DVD player, Cable box etc.) and try again. If it still does it the receiver is bad and needs to be serviced or exchanged if you still can.
2nd. If the receiver stays on after you disconnect, then turn off the receiver and connect one speaker at a time, then power on the receiver at test it after connecting each speaker. This way if it suddenly shuts down after connecting a speaker you know which speaker or wire to check.
Let me know how it works out for you, I hope this helps if you haven't figured it out already.
Matt @ OneCall
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
WHEN I PUSH THE STAND BY BUTTON THE UNIT GETS ON AND IMMEDEYETLY GETS OFF(YAMAHA RXV-995 IF IUSE 500VA STABULISER THAT PROBLEM NOT COMING PLEASE SOLVE IT
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
This is a logic problem with the internal microprocessor. A quick experiment: Turn the unit on for about 2 minutes and shut it down. Doe sit power uip in this case? If so, I'd suspect that the heat generated during normal operation is creating an internal problem thaty is preventing the micro from recognizing the "off" condition. The power data line is hung and is not being recognizwed by the micro so any attempt to turn the unit on will fail. The unplug/re-plug essentially clears or resets the unit.
If the unit is new, return it for warranty repair. It will be important to describe when the unit fails however. Try to see how long it must remain on for the problem to occur.
Update this with your results if the unit is not under warranty and we'll try to narrow it down.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
You can pull the Left and Right stereo program from either MD/Tape or Video 2 Audio OUTputs. Run a pair of RCA cables to the Active EQ's Line IN; then the EQ's Line OUT to the Cavalier's Line IN.
If the Tape output you're borrowing the program from is already connected to something, use RCA-cable splitters.
Remember to NEVER activate the monitor for that Tape function during playback of any digital audio source - it disables the digital input; or if the 901's are being used - it will remove the signal to the Cavalier.
Now if you wanted to use the 901's in your movie listening this will work with two limitations
Your receiver doesn't have preamp outputs for Front Left and Right out so you'd be extracting only the mixed-down 2-channel version of whatever the Sony is processing.
You'll have to manually control the Cavalier's volume because the pre-out you're using is BEFORE the Sony's volume control.
It might still be an improvement over what you have now.
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
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