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Error (E7)during auto set up

I was able to setup the YSP1100 yamaha speakers and it played well for an hour. then there was a power failure (electricity incoming ) and then when I resumed, it was not working. Tried auto setp but shows E7 error (internal system error) as advised, I tried Factory preset and again autoset up but it shows E-7 . Is the software got corrupt? How to solve this?

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Re: Error (E7)during auto set up

An internal system error occurred.

Repeat the AUTO SETUP procedure

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I have a Klipsch Sub-10 It is NOT working. I am not sure what happened. It was just fine last week. It's powered up and everthing but not throwing any bass. It was also detected during the auto setup.

If you're saying the auto setup produced sound then the sub and its amp are fine.

So we need to examine the source electronics for actual playback settings. Give a hint of what that might be.

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I have a JM Labs Cobalt SW800 subwoofer connected to a Yamaha RX-V2300. Recently during intense moments, esp action movies, the SW occasionally emits a loud pop; most of the time only one, but sometimes...

What you may be hearing is the speaker's guts bottoming out as it attempts to keep up with the amplifier, which may be clipping - a potential fatal thing to do to any speaker.

Maybe you should turn the volume down or run through the volume setup again and make the subwoofer equal in loudness to the other speakers and avoid excessive bass boost.

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Check your "Setup" in the main menu of the receiver. Press "Menu" or "GUI" whichever you have on the remote and go to "Manual Setup" then toggle to "Audio" then "Speakers" then toggle to "Center Channel" and make sure it's on "Large" or "Small" instead of "None". If you still don't have audio, post a comment with the model # of your receiver, I'll pull the book and help you further. Hope this helps.

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Bought a used Martin Logan Dynamo subwoofer a couple days ago and have a very loud hum when the ac cord is plugged in, even if the speaker is not connected to an audio source. The "hum" can be heard in any...

Neither the amp or the sub have grounded power cords.

I have discovered the ML Dynamo takes about 30 minutes to switch to standby in auto mode.

With speaker level inputs connected to the Onkyo A807 amp, both units powered from the same wall outlet, Dynamo sub on Auto, the sub hums for about half an hour after the Onkyo is switched off, then the sub goes quiet. Not so good.

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In order to see the OSD (On Screen Display) setup menus provided by the YSP1000, it has to be connected to a display device!

This is very clear in the manual which I gather you haven't read.

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check all speakers wires andcheck test mode. every thing ok, may be input wiring problem ,check every thing after that internalcircuit may be problem..

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I have the same speaker and it sounds like its behaving properly.

if you look on the back of the amp, you will find a switch that allows the speaker to automatically switch the speaker on or off based on the level of the audio coming from the tuner that it is attached to. If the switch is set to the auto mode, then it will listen for audio on the line and if the signal level coming into the subwoofer is high enough, the amplifier in the subwoofer will turn on and play. If the signal is not strong or loud enough, then the subwoofer will not turn on. There are two solutions to getting the speaker to work.

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2. Alternatively, you can bypass the automatic circuit and set it to the "ON position all the time. In this position the subwoofer is always ready and waiting and should play any signal that is fed to it regardless of the loudness or volume of sound from the tuner. The switch is located on the back of the speaker cabinet just to the right of the red and black speaker wire connections. It is labeled "AUTO" and the switch positions are labeled ON and OFF.

Hope this helps!

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