Question about Sony STR-DE685 Receiver
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Posted on Nov 02, 2009
This can be caused by speaker or wiring trouble not
severe enough to cause an overload shutdown at normal volumes, but enough to affect the output.
Start by disconnecting all the speaker wiring. Connect a pair of known good speakers as a test and listen. If the right channel is still lower, there is a problem in the receiver. It might simply be a matter of poor solder connections. You should refer service to a shop where they have the necessary test equipment to go hunting the cause.
If the trouble disappears when you disconnect the wires, look at the wires and speakers on that channel. You know that's where the trouble is.
Hope this helps you. Good luck, and thanks for using Fixya!
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
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