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you need to set up the individual volume levels for each speaker.
do a sound test tone which will check for a signal from each speaker.
if you hear the speakers at different volumes you know you need to adjust the ones that are too weak. hope this helps
Your receiver has Zone-2 functionality. For Zone-2, it has both speaker (powered) output and pre-out line outputs. According to Yamaha FAQ, these pre-out outputs are independent on the main volume settings. So if your wireless headphones have their own volume settings, you can change the volume independent on speakers volume.
If you want same volume for speakers and headpohones, use the PRE-OUT FRONT outputs on the back. If you want different volumes (and listen to headphones even with speakers muted), use ZONE-2 OUT outputs on the back.
Use a 3.5 mm to 2Male RCA cable. Plug this into an AUX or CD input in the back. Adjust the volume on the iPod as well as the master volume to balance out the sound. The headphone on the receiver is output only.
Zone 2 will only work with an analog signal (RCA) If you use a stereo mini to rca adapter from the ipods headset jack and plug it into the VAux on the front of the receiver it will work. Downside to this is the audio is "dual controlled" Volume from the iPod and Volume from the Receiver. Set the volume no further than 70-75% on the iPod then adjust to taste with Zone 2. Hope this helps
The tuner is the best source for testing audio issues from a receiver since it uses an internal source for audio. This problem could be two separate issues. Check the tuning in the tuner to make sure it is on a station that you are receiving. The newer Denons will not play any audio is the station is not coming in. Be sure your antenna is connected and tune the station to one that comes in clear.
What source is hooked up to the V. Aux? If an iPod it is common that the volume on the ipod is down .