Question about Yamaha MusicCAST In-Wall Amplifier Amplifier
Hi, I was listening to music (now 3 years old) system when it suddenly stopped working. Looking at the client it shows a break in the connection. The main server still allows me to listen to music - as does one free standing system - but the clients which are wired in - four different rooms in total are not connecting with the main server.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well, first of all, the method you are using is the lowest quality. You should upgrade to a toslink(digital optical cable) or a digital RCA cable. The toslink is the best all around. But it is normal for some devices to have higher sound output than others.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
Since you're buying a $5400 receiver, You should head down to an audio shop and sample some speakers for yourself.
Speakers that sound wonderful to one person, may sound bad to another. Your ears are unique. Go to a local audio shop and take a CD with some of your favorite music and start listening to them. Energy speakers go well with Yamaha receivers, so I'd recommend you check those out. (The Energy RC Series is a little higher end than their Connoisseur series, but also cost a bit more.)
Again, When you're paying $5400 for a Receiver, you'll want to do some research on your own, and sample some speakers that YOUR ears like.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
chances are youve got a short at the rear of the receiver. look for frayed speaker wires touching the chassis of the stereo. use a flashlight. it only takes one tiny hair of a wire to short it out
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
Try turning up the volume with just the FM selected (and tuned to a station). If you can adjust the volume to an appreciably higher level when simply tuning in a radio station, then your CD/DVD player may be outputting a signal with a DC offset, which is getting amplified when you turn up the volume, and past a certain point the protection circuitry is sensing too much DC being sent to the speakers and shuts the unit down. If the unit is getting hot, there is likely an internal problem, or you have a shorted speaker wire, or even a bad speaker. Replace the speaker wires as a test, and you can also run the unit with only one speaker connected at a time to see if any are the source of your problem.
Yes, it's possible that there's nothing wrong with the wires or the speakers, and the unit simply needs a trip to the shop, but it's your job to rule out the easy stuff before you pack it up and take it in.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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You can listen to your favorite music without having to carry your laptop everywhere by sharing your music library on a wireless network. Here is a tutorial to show how to stream music from one laptop to another. Using
this method digital media such as videos and pictures can also be
accessed from anywhere easily. By the following method you can listen
music or view your photos or movies stored in your computer from
different places in the network.
First we'll connect the server laptop to a wireless
home network. This laptop has Windows 7 with Media player 12 and it has
all the music, videos and media that you want to share. Right-click on
the Internet notification area and select 'Open network and sharing
center'. Now, click on 'Connect to a network' and from the list of
networks, choose the preferred one and connect. Enter the secure
network key when prompted.
Let's create a 'HomeGroup'. From 'Network and
Sharing Center', click 'HomeGroup' and then 'What is a network
location?'. You'll see a window with three options. Select the first
one that says 'Home Network'. In the following window, select what you
want to share and click 'Next'. Follow the onscreen instructions and
In 'Network and Sharing Center', click 'Change
Advanced Sharing Settings' and make the changes. Then go to 'Media
Streaming Options' and allow people you want access to your files. Open
Windows Media Player, go to 'Stream' and click 'Automatically allow
devices to play my media'. The content you chose to share is now on
To access this content on a client PC or laptop,
first connect the machine to the same wireless network as the server
laptop, using the previous procedure. Vista users can right click and
directly select 'Connect to network'. Assuming that both laptops are in
the same network, open Windows Media Player and see of you can find the
shared server laptop in the left pane.
To find shared media on the network and to share
media from the client PC, in WMP, right-click on Library and click
'Media Sharing'. Here, you can allow or deny access to other PCs and
find the media you're looking for. Click 'OK' when you're done. Now,
the server PC will appear in WMP and other functionalities will remain
same. You're now ready to play the music which is stored on the server
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