Question about Sony STR-DE825 Receiver
I have a STR-DE825, recently I noticed that the right front speaker was very low when compared to the front left speaker, I have checked the same speaker in left speaker connection and it is a lot louder as it should be. Its on as there is sound coming out of the front right channel but its just lower than the left.
Any ideas on how to solve this?
Note. I have checked all the settings for the front speakers and all appear to be normal.
Very basically try swapping over the speaker cables, if this doesnt work i suspect you are in need of a new ouput i.c. these can go if the speaker wires are touched together, unless there is a protection circuit.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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