Question about Denon AVR-1603 Receiver
No sound is coming through the Denon system speakers. When we push the button on the receiver to turn on the speakers it hums loudly. The Denon remote will not work when we push the system setup button...yes, we have brand new batteries in the remote!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It has a blown channel, unless you are good at repairing them I suggest an authorized Denon service center. This Denon not only needs the shorted output transistors replaced, but a few resistors, a couple of driver transistors and a capacitor on the preamp board as well. alot of parts to be replaced. I have repaired about a hundred of these over the last few years and my shop charges about $200 for this repair, other shops should be about the same.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
Well,i can tell you are not very focus,cause you posted Denon AVR-2807 with Bose AC 15 problem,but under your details,you put down AVR-5807!
First of all,it is so unfortunate that you are NOT able to gain and experience to true ability in sound for this wonderful receiver when you are using a dual tweeters speakers and expect to have good sound separation as a TWO WAY speakers(a tweeter and a midrange-for true high frequency and mid frequency sound separation.)
Secondly,you have defeated the audio configuration of the Denon AVR-2807,since all your speakers are control BY the Bose subwoofer.
Now,i could show you a way to hook this up,and it doesn't matter how you connect them, they are the "bicycle tires" installed with a "Porche"engine if you know what i mean.
If you want a good recommendation for your "beast",i will more than happy to show you the way!
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
You will need an adapter amp which converts the tiny tiny signal from a magnetic phono cartridge up to the line level that you need to feed into your AUX input jacks. They cost about $20 to $30 dollars and can be found at Radio Shack. Unless of course you have a phono input jack on the back of your Denon unit. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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