Question about Pioneer VSX-D510 Receiver
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sub woofer
The subwoofer is totally independent from your Pioneer VSX-D412. You can check if it works like you did with a finger on the hot point of the RCA cable (not very good test, as you will hear noise and can't say if that means it works OK) or better connect a known receiver to the speaker connections in the sub and test to see if it’s working properly.
Regarding the receiver, you may not have enabled the VSX to output to the sub. Read the manual on how to check for that. Only Dolby Digital 5.1 signals will allow the sub out, in a receiver of this level. It normally will not let you use the sub in stereo mode. Some more complex units will allow you that, but I believe not this model.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
SOURCE: power sub woofer is not
Hissing? How loud? A sub isn't even capable of making high frequency sounds at normal volumes.
The Pioneer manual would tell you how to enable and test the subwoofer output.
Page 17 and the MACCV procedures on Page 33 (auto) or 43 (manual)
Posted on Jun 13, 2011
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