Question about Yamaha RX-V661 Receiver
Try holding the 'straight' and 'audio select' buttons and press power. What does it say on the front panel? Should say some kind of protect: I, DC, PS. This will help narrow down where your problem is.
Posted on Oct 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Yamaha RX-V661 polarity problem
There is no "fix" the mic is picking up a lack of bass based on room acoustics and is trying to help. There is nothing wrong. If you are using bi-pole or dipole speakers it will always show out of phase.
Posted on May 09, 2008
SOURCE: Will not power up
Many receivers are built with relay protection on all speaker outputs. Very handy if there happens to be a questionable speaker or maybe a short circuit in the speaker wiring. What happens is the receiver checks each load on the speaker outputs and if it senses a problems it won't activate the relay to switch audio to the outputs.
Pull you system to pieces, speakerwise, and check if there is a broken or shorted connection. Repair the cable and switch the receiver back on to see if you've solved the problem. If it hasn't then a trip to your friendly repairman may be in order. An interal problem can cause similar clicking noises. But I wouldn't recommend poking around the innards if you are unsure of your abilities.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
The receiver is in forced standby because an internal error has been detected. The condition occurs when there is an internal failure, a wiring related problem (e.g. bad cable), or a wrong voltage from power source is detected (e.g. power surge).
At user level troubleshooting consists in disconnecting power cord, waiting ten or twenty minutes and connecting back (power reset), or in checking cables connected to the unit, replacing cables and restarting the receiver with no cable connected.
If that does not help, then there is an internal failure.
In that case contact Yamaha at the number listed in the owners manual.
Posted on Mar 08, 2011
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