Question about Sony STR-K750P A/V Receiver
Moved into a new home with surround sound connected to main tv and also speakers throughout house with individual column controls on wall of each room. Previously had cable installed before I moved in, I had direct tv installed. The surround sounds works great but when I switch the receiver to music, I still get music through the surround sound, but no matter which speaker button I push, I cannot get any sound from any of the room speakers, none of the cables connected from the receiver to the panel for the room speakers were disturbed. I am fairly talented at connecting electronics but am at a loss on this. Is there some type of fuse in this circuit? Is there a way for me to connect another sound source to each speaker connector to test to make sure that they are working or does it need to come through the receiver to have enough power to operate the speakers. Thanks so much for any help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had this problem last night.
To solve it, you can reset the amp by:
1) Put the receiver on stand-by
2) Hold down "MODE" button and press on button
3) "S.F. CLR" appears in the display and surround is back on.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
SOURCE: connecting pc audio to str-de898
You're close. PHONO is NEVER the place to send Line Level signals. It is for the small output produced by a phono cartridge only. Google RIAA equalization to see why it sounds so bad when connected that way.
That you get sound through Phono at least proves your PC is producing an output. Now we have to figure out why your RECEIVER doesn't sense the program where it should be connected.
If you have another analog audio source that works on the receiver, temporarily connect the PC audio there to see how it sounds. Then think about why it doesn't work in MD/TAPE, SA-CD/CD, TV/SAT, DVD, or either Video IN. Any of those should work.
Posted on May 17, 2009
Had a set of bose AM-10 that I had to take back cuz Sony said that their receivers needed a powered sub woofer. got AM-15's and hooked them up-AMAZING SOUND.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
This must be configuration problem on the BD player. In this case receiver just outputs the signal it receives digitally. If it displayes PCM 2ch, that means it receives only 2 channel audio from BD player.
You can try to configure the BD player not to decode audio and to output the RAW stream over coax cable to the receiver. Then the receiver should get raw Dolby Digital encoded data and be able to decode it into 5.1 channels. It should also display Dolby D instead of PCM in such case.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
SOURCE: Hi, having a problem with
RCA cable. It's called RCA when carrying Line Level audio; Coaxial when carrying digital data.
Does the sub work when you run speaker setup? It's in the manual.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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