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No sound at all

Hi, A friend gave me a Yamaha DSP-A1000. I have hooked it up with guessing what goes where. I can get a buzz out of the speakers when I fiddle with the Coupler main. There were solid copper wire jumpers connecting main In and Out for both L and R. I took them out. The unit is not grounded, if it matters for getting anything out of it. I have hooked an ipod into the input jacks for CD using the bank of jacks on the left (looking at the back). I have no remote control. Like some TV's. I hope it's not required. Thanks! Mike

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Re: No sound at all

Hey those jumpers should be there always unless you would like to connect an equalizer. that buzz sound is normal, it's your main amp input amplifying. you remove that and you wont have any audio in all your sources.

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Re: No sound at all

The jumpers are there to connect the preamp section to the power amp section and are required for the receiver to opperate properly. Make sure the receiver is set to the proper input, in this case: CD. If there are A/B speaker connections, be sure the receiver is set to match the connectors you're using. If there is still no sound, profesional service will be required.

Posted on Oct 10, 2007

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