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Speaker is not producing sound. Connector looks good. Other speaker works in either connection point.

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SOURCE: speaker sound is very low

Open the master volume control window by clicking the sound icon on the right hand side of your taskbar(near your clock).and check the balance is set to low for your speaker or not.try to set it at centre.

or try to update your sound driver.

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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SOURCE: no sound from cable via V665 receiver

Can't pass HDMI thru this or any other receiver with version 1.1,1.2,1.2a,or 1.2b. HDMI is riddled with issues! it's not Yamaha, it's HDMI. The current version 1.3b is working "so far" If your receiver is still under warranty, Yamaha will update the software and hardware at N/C. If it's out of warranty, Run HDMI directly from source to TV and Audio to your receiver via optical or digital coaxial. For more info than you can process, google "HDMI forums" and there are over 73,000 posts/sites/etc. If you need further info, post a comment and I will be glad to help.

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

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SOURCE: no sound from speakers, intermittent problem.

.I openened the sound touch control.My logitech subwoofer doesn t work,but all other repros do

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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SOURCE: I have inbuilt sound card with asus mother board

you can download the driver here.

*Product Type: Motherboard
*Select Series: LGA 775
*Model: P5GC-MX/1333
*Operating System: Depends on your OS

and if still having the same issue after installing it check if the volume is not set to mute and if still have the same problem might be that the problem is the sound card of your motherboard since the speaker is working on a different pc

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SOURCE: When speakers are connected to the computer, they

Hi there,
these speakers are quite problematic aren't they!! From the information you have given there is either a problem with the mains trans former or the internal wiring. Neither of which are user serviceable.

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Sansui AU-D33 Lh speaker channel not working.

As the channels are identical you can use the good channel has a guide to the bad one. First thing is to look around see if anything does not look the same as the right channel.

If nothing obvious stands out, with the power on, using an insulated screwdriver touch the two channels one at a time. Keep away from the power supply and anything that is common to both channels. The channel will buzz once touched. Depending which points you touch them. The right channel will tell you if it should buzz at that point. Work backwards from the speaker outputs if you can. If you hear a buzz on the left channel then it is working at that point, if it produces the same sound on the right.
Using this method you should track down the part that has gone.

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No sound at all emitted through the speakers even though i see the spectral display of sound on the desktop player indicating that music is playing.

Do your speakers require power? If so are they powered? You can tell just by hearing static/noise when you disconnect the speakers connector and plug it back in.

If they are not powered, are you sure you are plugged into the correct port on the PC? It will have 2 half circles with an arrow pointing outward.

If none of the above work, try plugging the speakers into something else to see if they work, like a CD player, or cell phone (if you have a new one with RCA output). This will check and see if the speakers are actually working or not.

Oct 11, 2013 | IBM NetVista PC Desktop

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I have a Sony cd player CDP-CE500. I have no knowledge of electronics. I tried to connect 2 computer-speakers with a y connector and mini-plug and it did;t work. Do I need a receiver and if so, I need...

If the computer speakers are a good one, then there is no need for a receiver. But there is one thing is the computer speaker have built in Amplifer. If not, you will not get sound. Because the audio out of CDP is not powerfull to drive a speaker directly. If so You need an amplifier between CDP and speakers.
Normally all computer speakers have stereo pins as input connector. To use this stereo connector with your CDP you need a
"2 RCA Male to 3.5mm Stereo Female Audio Adapter Cable". That I hve added in the picture. By the use of such a cable you will be able to connect the computer speaker to the female stereo and the RCA pins to your CDP. There is no othere settings needed. If the computer speakers is good then it should produce music.
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Dec 29, 2011 | Sony RCD-W500C 5-Disc CD Recorder

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No sound produced, but power green light is on but dim.

make sure you have a good ground contact, bolt connection to body and make sure to sand off paint where you are screwing ground connector.also check that you have good 12volt(power) & remote wire connection. if that is good check for a good connection with your rca jacks. with that you should get sound.

Apr 13, 2011 | Car Audio & Video

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Multi room speakers stopped working. Settings correct and verified; professional installer verified speakers and wiring is good. The receiver is working fine otherwise. Any suggestions?

One of those things that were tested is not right. You'll need to do a process of elimination. First try connecting one local speaker and see if you actually are getting output. If not then you know the problem is with the receiver or connector.

You can also hook up something else to your multi-speaker wiring and see if it works through that wiring and speakers, ie a tv or anything that can use the same kind of connector you're using.

If you get sound out from something else then again you know it's with the reciever, either a problem with the settings or the unit itself.

Obviously you can also double check the settings too and make sure they are right.

It has to be one of those things, a connector, wiring, a setting or the unit itself.

Mar 14, 2011 | Harman Kardon AVR 525 Receiver

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I have a problem with the tweeter sound in one of my VR975 Boston speakers. The highs seem to come and go. It is definitely limited to one of the speakers because I can switch cable connections in the...

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A loose or intermittent cable contact on the OUTSIDE would affect ALL speaker output, not just the high frequencies, and it would probably produce speaker-threatening crackles.

That loose tweeter connection the other guys found isn't fixed. Go back and make them fix it right.

What are your present speaker connection ends if NOT bare wire?

Feb 19, 2011 | Boston Acoustics VR965 Speaker

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Speaker output doesnt work

Hi when using surround sound its important to understand that not all soundtracks have a "rear channel' meaning that the rear speakers will not always produce sound. In fact the rear channels may only produce sound about 10% of the time.

Your receiver has a "test tone" which sends a tone sound through the 5 speakers you should turn the speakers up or down so that all 5 speakers produce about the same volume.

The speakers of course will have a different sound to them depending on the brand and model but just try to balance it as much as possible.

Should also point out that you need to start out with at minimum a STEREO signal and that it needs to be connected with good quality cables. If possible use the optical inputs or HDMI which is a digital signal but not all receivers have that capability.

Lastly play around with the settings Dolby is of course the standard but many receivers have Neo or other proprietary surround formats which may produce the desired effect.

Hope that helps

Jan 02, 2010 | JVC RX-558V

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I connected my Behringer E1520 to my QSR4000 Amp They worked fine once. the second time I connected them the 15'' woofers stopped working on both. I have sound in the tweeters only. I do not have a...

Is your amp actually a QSC? Well, regardless the first thing that I would is check your both your speakers and crossover. There are a couple of things that could have gone wrong, but it's going to take a little work to trouble shoot it. It sounds like you have already checked and the amp is actually producing out so..

1. next you will need to remove the input connector plate of the speaker and do a visual inspection of the crossover itself. you should be looking for anything out of the ordinary such as burnt areas on the circuit plate.

2. Is there a fuse on the circuit board to protect the speakers themselves? if so, use your volt-ohm meter and check it for continuity.

3. check the woofers themselves, you can do this with a 9 volt battery and some raw speaker cable. When you connect the speaker leads to the battery you should hear a "scratching noise". When you connect the positive of the 9volt to the postive of the speaker the cone will move forward. The opposite will occur if you reverse the leads. If the speaker moves or makes any noise, the speaker should be called good. At this point, it's definitely a cross-over issue.

I tried to find some more product info to be sure that you weren't over powering the speakers but couldn't find anything on the amp. Regardless, the steps above will help you determine where the problems lies.

Sep 25, 2009 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Buzzing sound through the speakers effecting all input components


The buzzing sound that you have mentioned may be due to following reasons.
  • The power supply may be internally producing spark or power lines are damaged.
  • There may be some connector which is not connected properly. Check the connectors which connect the speakers to the audio system.
  • Any of the connector may be damaged. Again check the connectors.
  • Check your power supply.There may be some sparking or adapter not connected properly.
  • If these are not your solution then your connectors are damaged internally.
Hope this will solve your problem.

Thank you

Aug 15, 2009 | Sherwood Audio Players & Recorders

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Headphone jack must be moved around to get right speaker working

You will find that sound comes from the right side speaker only when it is bent at a certain point. By trial and error you can roughly locate the point. Then you can cut the wire at that point, cut 1 inch each from both ends, strip the cables, and connect the conductors. What has happened is, due to unusual bending, the conductors to the right-side speaker has damaged (broken). After roughly locating the place and removing 1 additional inch each, you will remove the wire section with the broken terminal. Now you can strip the wires and make the connections again. If you are not good at stripping and soldering wires, better to to take it to an electrician. (You need to take only the headphone pin and parts attached to it). This repair won't cost much. Good luck!

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