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I have no sound output from my Pioneer SX-1700. Any thoughts?

I blew a fuse and after replacement the sound output is gone.

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You probably blew the outputs as well.

Posted on Dec 14, 2014

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I have a pioneer receiver and my fuses had blown they say 125 v 6.3 A I went to radio shack to get them replaced and they sold me some that said 125 v 7 A and I put them in and they blew


The new fuses that you got have a higher rating than before - and they also blew. Tells you that you have a nasty short somewhere. I would check the power supply and/or output circuits.

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Many subwoofers accept both line level (RCA jacks) and amplified inputs (+ and - speaker terminals). The Pioneer SX-316 does not offer line level output, only amplified outputs via the PURPLE + and - speaker terminals. This means that in order to use any subwoofer with an SX-316, the sub woofer will need to accept a + and - speaker wire connections for input Your manual speaker connections are on page 11 of the manual which can be found here: http://www.manualslib.com/manual/260358/Pioneer-Sx-316-S.html#manual

Starting at the rear of the SX-316; run a speaker wire from the PURPLE + and - terminal (SUBWOOFER) to the + and - speaker input terminals on the subwoofer. See your subwoofer manual or experiment (at your own risk) with connecting the speaker wire from the SX-316 to the subwoofer's + and - LEFT only, RIGHT only or BOTH left and right speaker inputs. Do not connect wires from the SX-316 to the speaker OUTPUT terminals of your subwoofer.

Finally, adjust any variable low pass filter knob or setting on the subwoofer to the lowest frequency that your main speakers are capable of producing. If you're not sure what that value is, try setting the subwoofer to 100Hz and judge how it blends with the main speakers. If it seems a little too bass heavy and thick then reduce the setting to 80Hz. On the other hand, if the sound seems to be slightly thin and lacking weight, try increasing the setting to 120Hz. By careful listening and a bit of patience you will be able to get the sound to seem balanced and well blended.

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1976 pioneer sx 1250 receiverhas no sound from receiver to speakers

check the integrity of speaker systems,

check the receiver internal components, pay close attention to the

capacitors, possibly have dried up or swollen (age)


Check for continuity to the speaker outputs.


These may take some time, but I hope you will make it.

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Is the unidentified TV a sound source from the SX-315's perspective? Is it's audio output enabled whene the TV volume is down? Would the Cable Box be a BETTER source?

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DVD audio straight in from its highest quality audio output. Use the stereo audio output to run straight to the TV for casual watching through TV speakers without the Pioneer involved.

A TV is just a glorified night-light, not a sound source - get its related audio from the Cable Box, ditto the highest quality

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Does the output relay click about 5 sec. after powering on? If it does check if the tape2/tape monitor is on. Check speakers and wiring. Try headphones.

There aren't any fuses for the output.

If no relay then it probably needs output transistors and a few resistors.

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This is likely to be th output relay having corroded contacts. The headphone output is taken directly from the sepaker output but fed through resistors. The output relay has failed.

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