Question about Yamaha RX-V690 Receiver
Posted by Anonymous on
The channel that is weak will either have a faulty transistor or a bad capacitor on it. Most engineers would test it by injecting signals into the circuit at different points. Working backwards from the front end. When the signal goes weak, you have found the faulty stage.
Posted on Jul 04, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Run the speaker test mode :
While running the speaker test tone to balance your speakers, you cannot adjust the balance of the Main speakers independently. The speaker test allows you to balance the sound (dB) levels of the Center speaker, Rear Left, Rear Right speakers to match the level of the main speakers. So, the first thing you do is press the [TEST] button on the remote. Next, adjust the [MASTER VOLUME CONTROL] until you can adequately hear the level from the main left and right speakers. Then, as the tone travels clockwise to each speaker, listen carefully from your main seating position in the room to determine which speakers (if any) need to be adjusted in level (either up or down) in order to balanced the sound to the main speakers output. Then adjust the Center, Rear Left or Rear Right speakers accordingly until the proper balance of level is attained. If you would like to change the level between the mains, you can use the [BALANCE CONTROL] either located on the front panel of the receiver or in the Set-Menu. A common challenge people have is that they try to adjust the main speakers to match the center or rear levels. If your center speaker is louder than your mains, You cannot adjust the main level up, you need to adjust the center speaker level down. All speakers need to be adjusted to match the main level.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
SOURCE: we want to hook up
Without a huge mess, I would suggest one of the multi-speaker selectors that partsexpress.com sells or a similar item.
Just put "speaker slector" in their search engine.
If youre going to 8 other rooms..you might try a couple of wireless speaker systems too. They work in stereo and ....no wires
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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Posted on Aug 27, 2009
The volume knob issue alone sounds like it's hardware-related and therefore not easily fixed. Also, since the remote appears to be working (the LED's are lighting up), but the unit is not controlled anymore, the IR sensor is probably faulty as well. I would seriously consider sending this AV receiver in for repair. If it's still within warranty, you shouldn't need to pay anything for the repair.
Manual for your receiver: http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/manual/pdf/av/english/re/RX-V1000.pdf
It's not much but I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 21, 2011
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