Question about Yamaha RX-V2090 Receiver
My surround sounds great.... but I am not able to get main speakers a or b to work. Seemingly, no combination of 5-speaker, 7-speaker, A on, B on, A&B on, "Effect Off", etc, etc will get any sound out of these speakers. The speakers themselves work because I swapped them to test, so its some sort of incorrect setting I think. Anyone help me?my yamaha rx-v2090 has no sound from front main speakers pushing a-b switch in the front panel makes no difference, the jumpers are installed in the back, switching the main level switch in the back makes no difference,
Please preform Test Tone check and adjust front speaker level that seems very low.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
Two possibilities for the no sound on the main speakers:
1) May be caused by the lack of the pre out main in jumper on the back of you reciever.
2) Check to make sure the -10db selector is not stuck between positions.
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