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System turns on but only hear feedback fomr speakser no sound

This reciever i have will turn on and everything works fine except there will be no sound comming from the speakers (which i know speakers r good i tested them) sometimes i will even hear feedback form the speakers and then nothing lol

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  • stew2222 May 22, 2009

    hmm, yes there is the click and atm i do have 4 speakers hooked to the a and b (l/f)sides but when playing with the a/b switch nothing comes out (for a minute there was very faint sound till i messed with the a/b switch and no there is not even feedback) and atm i will have to find my headphones plug converter *sigh*

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Do the headphones work?that means the pre amp is working.
the speaker protection is maybe activated from shorted wires on the back,there should be a click 5 to 7 seconds after turning it on.
that is the relay that connects the speakers.check the speaker a and b switch. people are not aware of this,but alot of amplifiers ADD the a and b speakers,to prevent too low an impedance from parallel wiring.unless there is 4 speakers,no sound.

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