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Pmx2000 has lost some of the signal in the left output

The left side of the output has a lost full sound, it is like the top end and low end are lost. Right side sounds fine and bridge output is fine too.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Ooq Affiat
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SOURCE: The left side main output won't put out any sound.

connect your right speaker cable to the left output, if the sound comes out then the problem is on the left speaker ( the cable or the speaker itself ), but if still no sound, then the problem is on the power output of the unit, need to repair them

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Right speaker is distorted with low volume, left

There is something wrong with the right channel amplifier, you need to get this equipment serviced.

Posted on Mar 26, 2010

pctech1
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SOURCE: No problems for several years. Yesterday the right

  1. Check for resistance in your Right side speaker. If the speaker died, the Receiver may have shut down the right side outputs.
  2. Test the Right side with a different speaker if you can.
  3. If the tape monitor switch is turned on, turn it off.
  4. In your surround sound settings make sure the levels are set correctly and the distance from your listing point to the furthest.
  5. Check different modes such as Natural, Hall, Stadium, and see if the speakers are working.
  6. Try disconnecting the power, reseating all connections on the back of the Receiver, reconnect all speaker wires, reconnect the power.
  7. Make sure any DVD players, TVs, etc. are plugged in properly, and reseat the connections.
  8. If you are still experiencing trouble, the device will require internal repairs. Contact a stereo repair shop to get a quote for the repairs.

Posted on Feb 22, 2011

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This installation has one speaker hooked up on the right, and the power inputs hooked up on the left.
The inputs will be power on the left, 12 volts positive (V+); a signal wire for to power on the amp that's 12 volts positive too, (V+, It's usually a yellow wire that comes out of the car stereo called To Antenna, or To Amp. and the third connector on the left is a Ground, or 12 volts Negative (12-). Look for the labels V+ and V- to get the power connectors in the right places. (I can't tell from the picture which is which)
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