Question about Sony STR-DE675 Receiver
My sony amp str de 675 sometimes clicks and looses the center speaker sound. No ive also noticed that the headphone jack has stopped working. Plugging the phones in automatically mutes the speakers ( i hear a click ) but there is no headphone sound anymore. What could be failing?
I have had fuses blow before. Open up the unit after it has been unplugged overnight(this may loose your settings). There are six screws, 2 on each side and 2 in the back top. Check the fuses, I believe there are 3 of them. If the fuse is blown, you can order them online. Hope this helps
Posted on May 07, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try using another speaker for the center channel and the left speaker, also watch your ohm load, most of the want a 4 ohm load. try to narrow it down to see if it is the speaker or the amp.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
SOURCE: I have been using my
It sounds like the system still thinks the headphones are connected, that is if you are sure the regular speakers are connected correctly. Usually this can be easily reset. Just turn the system off, then unplug it from the power source for at least 5 minutes to ensure all power is drained from all capacitors in the system. Plug it back in and turn it on and attempt to play something.
If it still does not work it is possible the built in amplifier for the speakers has failed, or the headphone jack has faulted out and thinks it is permanently plugged in. You can try plugging back in the wireless speakers and seeing if they still function, then unplug them again to attempt to reset that headphone jack.
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Posted on Oct 30, 2010
SOURCE: i have a Sony STR-DE945
It's probably your fan.
The system runs hot, as it supplies a lot of power to push your speakers.
The system knows that without a fan, it will overheat. If the fan gets hot, the system will throw its self into safety mode, to keep it from burning its self up.
Have a tech check your fan.
Posted on Nov 19, 2010
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