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I have a jvc rx-8010v receiver that i can only get sound to output with line direct selected. this only happens when you turn the receiver off and then on again. i was able to switch between dsp and speaker modes to get it to work again but that doesn't seem to work anymore. also it won't detect any digital inputs. i am able to leave it on for months at a time and it works perfectly but my wife turned it off and i can't get it to work properly now. any help? thanks

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  • jas088ac Nov 18, 2009

    but it has happened before and playing with the settings i was able to get it to work again. this time my wife turned it off and i played with the settings some but i got aggravated and haven't really touched it. figured there would be a solution online

  • jas088ac Nov 20, 2009

    I have a jvc rx-8010v receiver that i can only get sound to output with line direct selected. this only happens when you turn the receiver off and then on again. i was able to switch between dsp and speaker modes to get it to work again but that doesn't seem to work anymore. also it won't detect any digital inputs. i am able to leave it on for months at a time and it works perfectly but my wife turned it off and i can't get it to work properly now. any help? thanks

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Since it would be working only if plugged for months,

there might me a little problem on your low voltage power supply.

this could as simple as a cold solder joints or just the circuit is

partially failing.


these unit does also have a delay when switching inputs from analog

to digital.


try working on analog signal first , like using "Aux " input from external

sources.it could be best detected if you have at least a signal tracer.

include the voltage reading on the low voltage regulators such as

+ 5 V, +12 V and - 12V.

have someone to help you, trace and measure voltages on the

preamp circuits, main amplifier might be good.

here is also some guide

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    Rommel Cana Nov 20, 2009

    you need to test first direct , and analog then if there is no output or anything on your amp then there might also be a problem on your main amplifier circuits.

    it could be traced if the output voltages are OK.

    state whether you can hear anything on its output (speakers), so that we can analyze exactly what the problem you are having.


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Your DSP chipset has failed. This is not an inexpensive repair. Average cost to replace is between 350-500 depending on the svc center. It's a very labor intensive repair requiring human hair size solder points; roughly 100 points. The part itself is also difficult to acquire since most opt to replace the receiver. Sorry for the bad news!

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

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    Frank Fulton Nov 18, 2009

    What has happened is the result of either a faulty chip or a cold solder joint that over time has finally failed. Unfortunately, the only way to be 100% positive is to put it on the bench and scope it. You can send it to any authorized service center for an estimate. On average it will cost between 50-75 and if you decide to repair, they will apply it to your estimate. Nothing would make me and you happier than for me to say it's a setting and this is what you do to fix it. Regretably, this is not the case.

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