Question about Pioneer VSX-D411 Receiver
Verify the main speakers are not blown or cables damaged or disconnected. If you have an ohmmeter, set it to ohms and measure across the speakers with no cables connected. You should see 3-9 ohms. Anything higher will indicate problems in the speaker(S). Get them reconed or replace defective speakers.
If the speakers test ok, remove the cables from the amp and speakers. Test your speaker cables by shorting both wires together on one end of the first cable. Connect the ohmmeter, set to ohms, to each wire on the opposite end. You should see near 0 or maybe 1 ohm. If not, the cable is open. Do the same with the other cable.
If these tests all pass, you have a more serious problem in the amp. You will have to take it to a reputable shop. Good luck!
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