Question about JVC RX-618V Receiver
I have a JVC RX-618V that is working but I can't get the EQ to come through the receiver. Turning it on and off has no effect. I've hooked it up properly. On most receivers you can turn it on through the receiver (I. E. VCR2/ EQ) or some other method. Short of hooking up devices directly through the EQ itself; is there some way to make the equalized sound go through the receiver? There has to be a way to do this.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: JVC RX-884VBK RECEIVER
The JVC RX-884VBK is a great machine, I had it for over 5 years and had no problem at all. I came across the (NO SOUND at all) and I believe it is an easy fix. Check the Front left, there are 2 keys marked 1 and 2 for SPEAKERS output, sometimes you don't notice that you connected the speakers to 1 and the 2 key is pressed. You could have both keys pressed and you will get the sound. I hope that helps.
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
SOURCE: I have a JVC rx-6032v
yes, you must use the setup menu and assign the optical input to the input you are using. Some receivers have a "input mode" switch. If this one does, you only ned to press it until it says "optical". If you have a owners manual, it will decribe all the settings that need to be made to accomplish what you need.
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Posted on Jul 12, 2008
SOURCE: I have a jvc RX-550V
The display is back-illuminated by small incandescent bulbs. Burnt out bulbs equal no display, although the chances of several bulbs failing at once is not high so the power supply for the display/bulb assembly is a good place from which to start fault finding.
It needs a repair shop - as a user there's nothing you can simply dig into to fix.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
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