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Yamaha rx-v1500 no surround sound

To alot of setting changes made trying to get surround to work. need to reset reciver to factory setting and start over, how do i do this.

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  • mopar360hp Mar 07, 2009

    sorry but what you gave me did not work. I do have the manuel and can not find any settings that will let the surround sound work. I have run auto setup and all the test in the unit everything sounds good thu all speakers. I dont know what to do now, any info will help

    Thanks Rich

  • mopar360hp Mar 09, 2009

    I can get the auto setup to sound the beeps thu the speakers, but if i play a dvd or watch nascar there is no sound out of the rear speakers?

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Do you have the owners manual of this Receiver. If yes, then I can guide you the page numbers:
The memory backup circuits prevent the stored data from being lost even if the unit is set in the standby mode, the power cord is disconnected from the AC outlet, or the power supply is temporarily cut. However, if the power cut is more that one week , the parameter values will retun to the factory setting. If this happens, edit the parametets again.

Now you want to reset all parameters:
Use PARAM.INI ( see page 63)
First put the MEMORY GUARD to OFF position.

To go to the the above :
Make sure the OSD is displayed.
Set AMP/SOURCE/TV to AMP,
then press MENU to enter SET MENU
Reach Option mode/2
enter C) PARAM.INI
All the parameters where changes have been made from their original setting would be marked in Asterisk(*).
Make the changes required.

Hope this works for you.
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Posted on Mar 05, 2009

  • Sachin
    Sachin Mar 09, 2009

    In order to understand you correctly, could you reset the Receiver or not?



    If yes, then what is happening now?



    As you tell me in auto setup all the speakers are working now? What settings are you looking for in surround?



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