Question about Pioneer Audio Players & Recorders
Hello, I have a Pioneer Elite VSX-35TX Receiver that is producing static being heard through the speakers. It used to just occur when playing the stereo after it has been playing awhile, but, recently starting happening when playing CD's. The static starts out gradually, but, eventually overtakes the signal and all you hear is static. I thought it might be caused by a multi-room amp connected to the receiver or the subwoofer, but, have disconnected them and it still produces the problem. Thanks for your help!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you tried a 2nd source like the CD input or AUX input?
Have you tried the headphones..same static?
If nothing works then the output amp is broken. There could be internal fuses but only open a stereo when the power is DISCONNECTED. Then check for fuses
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
This might be painfully obvious but to be on the safe side check to see if the jumper pins are in the 'Main Out / Pre-In' jacks. If there is no jumper pins you found your problem. Second option, after turning on unit in a QUIET environment with the volume at the lowest setting do you hear a click coming from the inside? If yes, this is good. If no, you have problems.
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Posted on Jun 19, 2008
That type of subwoofer is not used with this receiver. This receiver actually outputs no power for a subwoofer, therefore only needs a plain ol' rca signal wire. This is due to the fact that you need a powered sub... one that you plug in to the wall and it has its own built in amp. you simply run an rca from yyour 505s to that sub.
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
As per the user manual , the receiver has only one sub-woofer connector. The other alternative is to use the digital audio output for the speakers . That would mean either you have to change the speakers or get a conversion box that would connect your analog speakers to the digital output.
The other thing that can be done is to replace the sub-woofer connector. The same can be done by a radio repair guy or you can take it an authorised pioneer repair centre.
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
Several things could cause this, to make sure the sub woofer is working at all disconnect the cable from the back of the receiver. You should hear some sort of output from the subwoofer when you handle the plug. IF so replace the plud and go into your settings menu (press the A and B button at the same time) and go through the speaker set up. It may be that the receiver has not retained the memory that there is a sub woofer connected.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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