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Denon set up -

When I want to listen to am\fm stereo all I get is a very low audio when I crank the volume all the way up. What would cause this? I have been through the set up numerous times and even set everything back to factory with a reset...

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Re: Denon set up -

Check your tape monitor settings and make sure that you don't have "monitor" selected without having a processor of sorts connected to that respective monitor...accordianman

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My AG-V3050 pro-logic receiver seems to have a volume control issue. The test mode volume works fine but when I switch it to fm the sound is very weak, I have to crank it all the way up to get a little...

Two dump question and than recommendation..
  • First ;During listening FM ,Your " MUTE" switch is "ON" or "OFF" ? if not how about plain STEREO mode ? did you try it ?
  • about the other Modes , i.e ..CD ,DVD etc. ? same problem or it happens only in FM ? the possible solution;
sometimes FM stations do not properly triggers pro-logic circuit and cause such problem and you need to switch to STEREO or A.F.D mode to listen FM (AFM includes sub woofer)..
This is true for FM only and it should not happen in other modes as DVD ,CD,Phone etc..
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Purchased used.For trial purposes I only hooked up a few speakers. Only get a little sound when its cranked up on stereo FM. Does it have to have all speakers hooked up to work? I tried to get sound in a...

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NEVER USE MAXIMUM VOLUME FOR TROUBLESHOOTING. The errant switch or control that you eventually find and flip will suddenly release the amp's full power and you'll destroy your speakers. If a signal isn't audible at 1/2 volume it's probably not there.

Look for a misplaced Mute or Tape Monitor control or Multichannel Analog Input selected.

There is a good chance that a common control may have developed a high-resistance or 'dead' spot through idleness and is causing your symptom. Turn the POWER OFF and operate every control throughout its range a number of times, especially rarely-used ones like Tape Monitors and the Mute control.

Turn the volume to something reasonable and see if that helped.

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The control section seems to have a thermal problem, when its cold it works, then warms up(metals expand with heat) it loses a connection. Can be either a solder connection or a component, these are found with freeze spray by a qualified technician.

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The Denon does not play any source on the speakers, just on the headphone jack in the front. What could be the reason?

You might want to review the manual below:

1) Make sure MASTER VOLUME is not set too low 2) MUTE should be OFF 3) Make sure nothing is plugged into the PHONES jack 4)Make sure the source program has a signal present - the inputs may not be connected to the selected source on the front panel (or try FM or AM for a source instead) 5) Check for proper connection at each of the speakers AND at the rear of the stereo. 6) Perform a microprocessor reset: a.Power the unit off, b. Press and release the "POWER" _while_ keeping both "Speaker A" and "Speaker B" buttons pressed. Once the display begins flashing in 1 second intervals, release both speaker buttons.

Hopefully, one of those steps will solve the issue. Please rate this reply if it was helpful - good luck!

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Problems of this nature are often caused by electrolytic coupling capacitors. If you have access to an audio signal generator. Inject signal at volume control and compare left and right output levels. This will isolate fault to pre amp stage or power output stage. freezer can be very usefull in isolating this type of fault.

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