Question about Yamaha HTR-5440 Receiver
I have a Yamaha HTR 5440 unit that I have had for several years. Recently it stopped powering up. I took the cover off it and did not notice anything burnt. The fuses were good and I had power at the power supply rectifier bridge. When I turn the unit on, there is a click and no display. None of the functions work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Let me make this clear to you that your Yamaha does not support Microphone but the trick is you can still do it. All you need is a stereo jack to a RCA connector cable.Check this out http://www.mediacollege.com/audio/connection/jack-stereo-rca-2.html It is easily available in the market. The stereo jack will fit into your microphone and the RCA to your Amplifier/Reciever. Plug the RCA into CD/Tape input but not in the Phono n do your thing. Let me know if this works,coz I'm really curious.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
When the unit functions correctly, you should hear 2 clicks. The first is the power relay that "starts" the unit. The second is the speaker protection relay that will kick in the speaker connection. If you do not hear the second click, the unit is in protect mode. This means that a problem was detected in the amp section and the unit is prevented from connecting the speakers. This is done to prevent further damage. Typically the output transistors fail and cause this. Expect a parts cost in the $25-$50 range for this repair.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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