Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I own a pioneer vsx-5300 that I bought brand new twenty some years ago..1987? It has been absolutely wonderful to me. I love it and can't believe how even today fits in with modern technology. Never had a problem..ever and now, I get no sound from the unit. Tried, a speakers/b speakers, rear speakers, muting button, plug and unplugg, switching the speakers and nothing. Any advice/assistance?
Thank you in advance for your assistance.
James J. O'Neill Newtown, Pa
If you have just one pair of speakers hooked up and have both A & B speakers selected you won't get ANY sound out of unit, so check that?
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
Sounds like an internal problem.
By chance were you running speakers on the "a" and "b" front channels at the same time? If so...over time this load can be too great and eventually wear out or overload the channels inside of the receiver. If not, could be something else internal, or possibly worn out of the age of the receiver.
Hope this helps.
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