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Connecting a passive subwoofer to a denon 2113


you need another reciever/amp to power that sub, because that denon reciever is designed for a powered sub,. if you have another old reciever/amp laying around, you can connect the sub out from the denon into an auxillary input of any old reciever/amp, (switched to that input) with speaker wires from old reciever/amp to the passive sub

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I have an onkyo reciever HT-S580,that I want to connect up to my TV & my Bell reciever to get my surround sound system working.Where do I get a visual


You can download the owner's manual for your Onkyo a this link:

http://www.intl.onkyo.com/downloads/manuals/pdf/ht-s580_manual_e.pdf

It has drawings on how to connect just about what ever you want.

Good Luck

Feb 14, 2012 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Evet time i hook my 1200 watt power acoustik and turn it up it cuts off


Usally When something like this occurs its because the amp cant handle the reciever. Meaning the reciever is pushing out more than what the amp can handle. As a safty feature to save you from blowing your amp or speakers the amp will shut it self down to minimum as you described. This also occurs when the amp over heats or doesnt have enough ventalation and once again as a safty feature to save your amp it shuts down. My first suggestion is to turn the "Loud ON" mode off on your reciever. As this feature can blow your speakers and can also cause this problem. Also do not use any factory settings on your reciever. It is almost always the bass in any given system that causes this so turn the bass down some on your reciever or on your amp turn it down and then adjust up and down from the reciever. Im sure you probably like the bump bump bump, I do to but your going to have to eiather buy an amp that can handle what your reciever is pushing, or turn it down a bit. You should also check the fuses for not only your amp but for the system under the hood near the battery. My own personal experience I have blown fuses when the system shuts down. Hope this helps

Oct 24, 2011 | Car Audio & Video

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14 speakers hooked up to home theater reciever,shuts off .5 vol


Hi,

Try less speakers.
The impedance will be to low for this amp.

Regards,
Gerard

May 10, 2010 | Yamaha P2500S Amplifier

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Connected denon avr 1800 reciever to new hd tv. i cant find my reciever manual. how do i set the reciever to play the tv sound?


If you connect your tv's audio output to the reciever's audio input in the (TVor video section) using audio cables only---red & black or red & white) then select TV or Video on the front of the reciever depending on which connection on the back that you use it should work fine!!

Nov 06, 2009 | Denon AVR-1800

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No sound


What brand of reciever are you using. Most pioneers have a floating signal ground and the shield of the input at the amp needs to be connected to chassi ground. Also if you had a previous amp failure and the power ground in your old amp opened the current to power the amp will flow through the signal ground of the reciever and burn the copper trace on the circuit board in the reciever. test this by connecting signal cable shield to car reciever chassi.

Aug 29, 2009 | Kenwood KAC-8401 Car Audio Amplifier

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No Sub Woofer Pre out output


I've got the same model and the pre out transistor needs to be replaced,
sometimes you can get it to work by unplugging the reciever and the pre out
then plug in the reciever and plug the pre out in a couple of times or so untill it comes on
or unplug the amp from the wall then plug in the pre out , turn on the reciever wait for sounds to come on then plug in the amp.
if that don't do it the pre out transistor needs to be replaced

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Onkyo 605 Reciever no sound from zone 2 RCAs


did the AS amp ever work properly from the RCA's?

Dec 05, 2007 | Onkyo TX-NR801 Receiver

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No audio


Most of the time its the amps that are bad and need changing. This will be transistors on heatsink in the reciever. Part number should be on the amp.

Sep 19, 2007 | Onkyo TX-DS494 Receiver

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