Question about Yamaha RX-V490 Receiver
I've had this piece for about 7 years or so, and have never had a problem, although it is similar to a problem I had with a Marantz receiver I used to have. I hit the power button, it makes a pop and immediately turns off. Is this something I can fix or do I need to take it somewhere? Thanks
More than likely its going into protect mode to keep from blowing your speakers. That pop noise is DC getting to your speakers before it shuts off i would recommend checking for DC voltage at the outputs first. If your not electronically inclined take it to a shop. Let us know :-)
Posted on Sep 15, 2007
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