Question about Sony MHC-GX8800 CD Shelf System
Hooking speakers back up after a move and later realized that i lost all speaker output at rear of unit... can still use headphones to listen...what happened? did I blow a circuit or fuse that can be repaired?
Johnac is right the same amplifier that produces sound on the head phones drives the speaker outputs. If you plug in the headphones you will have no sound form the speakers.
If there was a problem with either a fuse or a sound output device you would have the set not switching on as Sony has buildt a very comprehensive protection system into the GX880.
My suggestion is to also check your spekaer wiring. Or the speakers them selves might be faulty.
Also make sure you have set the soundfield setting to Dolby Pro-logic too enable all the speakers to have sound on playback. Thereby chacking too see if it is not only your front speakers that is faulty.
Best of luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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