Question about Teac AG-V8600
Powers up but no sound out of a or b speakers? Any ideas where to go from here? Thanks firstname.lastname@example.org
(Perhaps a solution): The AG-V8050 has a computer inside that controls speaker output: the computer will 'trip' shutting down speaker output: this can happen if you have only A and/or B speakers connected without having the middle and rear speakers connected. And, you could also blow the amp components as well.
I ran my V8050, once, with less than the full compliment (5 speakers) and the computer 'tripped' shutting-down output to the two speakers (A's) that were attached.
Teac told me about the computer and how it worked then told me to "turn on the Receiver and then unplug it for 30 seconds." They said also that as long as the internal computer did its job on time, ('tripped and cut power to the speakers") that unplugging the receiver as described would reset the computer; BUT "Do Not Run the AG-V8050 With Any Less Than 5 Speakers Attached.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
I had the same problem. there is a small reset button in the back on the left side. press it in and have everything connected before turning it on.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
Try using an antenna.
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
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