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Get the original Yamaha remote, go to Set menu, manual setup, speaker setup, and look for "extra speaker." it needs to be set to "zone 2." This is off the top of my head, so it should be pretty accurate. Get used to doing this, though, as this amplifier assignment to zone 2 is prone to resetting itself in those Yamahas.
Sounds like the Zone 2 amp was set to external, see below for instructions on
setting it back up. How do I setup Zone 2 on the RX-V661 Using the internal
Setting the RX-V661 remote control to operate Zone 2 1.
Using a ballpoint pen or similar object and press the Code set button.
The Transmit indicator on the remote should flash twice. 2. Using the
numerical key pad on the remote and key in 9992, the Transmit indicator
You will now need to assign the receivers internal amp for
1. Set the remote control selector to AMP. Selector is on side of remote. 2. Press the
Set Menu Button. 3. Arrow down to Manual Setup. 4. Press the Enter
button. 5. Arrow to the Sound Menu option and press Enter. 6. In the
Sound Menu arrow to Speaker Set and press Enter. 7. Arrow to the EXTRA SP
ASSIGN and select ZONE2. This may require using LEFT or RIGHT arrow. 8. Press the Return button to exit out and return
to the Manual Setup.
For the setup functions you have to use either the monitor out (a yellow jack on the top-right corner of the back) or you have to use component video out. HDMI will NOT work for setting up the system. This is one complaint to Yamaha from all of us.
hi can you try this it might work, take off all the connections to your receiver and the reset your receiver to the original factory settings then turn it off and disconnect it from the socket. connect all the the speakers and turn on and start auto set up. hope it works
There is no "fix" the mic is picking up a lack of bass based on room acoustics and is trying to help. There is nothing wrong. If you are using bi-pole or dipole speakers it will always show out of phase.