Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have tried to use the AUDYSSEY three times and still have problems. The Audyssey sound comes out of all my speakers when running. The recievers speakers all work except the Center Channel Speaker. Actually, I only have 3 speakers hooked up to it, 2 main and a ctr speaker. I noticed that the display on the receiver shows LF and RF but not CTR. No sound from my CTR Speaker! Also how do you Manualy set the receiver??? The manual sucks and the remote is worthless at best! HELP!!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: center speaker no sound
had the same problem and SOLVED it.. the problem is caused by bad solderjoints on the pcb with the pre-out connectors on it. the solution is to take this pcb out and inspect it visually for signs of loose/oxidized solderpoints - indicated by a faint gray 'ring' near the soldered wire. just resolder and there you go! an amp as fresh as on its day of birth.. enjoy
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
Audyssey is the licensed feature this receiver uses for room and dynamic equalization. It sounds like the Audyssey process is activated. The manual says the Audyssey indicator "flashes during automatic speaker setup".
Has this unit ever worked or are you still setting it up?
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
SOURCE: This may not be an
If it sounds normal, then yes leave them as they are.
But there may need to be an exception made.
The distances are set the way they are for the proper advance or delay in milliseconds of the sound arrival at the listening position.
The system calibrated your speaker settings based on how each channel's frequency responses measured at the listening position. Room acoustics and channel positioning greatly affects this. The settings it made in the system can be a best case scenario compromise that MAY not be good for your surround speakers as it can be delivering signal to them that they were not designed to handle; in which case it is best to increase the crossover value of those speakers.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
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