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Volume high but no sound only a very low static sound

All my Speakers are plugged in correctly but for some reason no sound. volumer is all the way up and all i hear is a very low static. i have checked everything and all forums but can't find anything that has helped i really hope someone can help i don't want to go buy a new one.

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Make sure the unit is not swiched to tape monitor. Check to see if all inputs and outputs are wired properly. Unplug unit and let it sit unpowered for a half hour to reset micro-processor which may have locked up. When you power it up again, listen for click of speaker relays. Make sure to turn volume down BEFORE you power up. If none of these work, take unit to pro tech for check up. It just might be a simple fix, cheaper than replacement. Good luck.

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The speakers do not produce high volume. I turn it up to 40 to hear at a decent level. I turn down to 10 and its like its at 0 (no volume at all).


What is 40? Full throttle? What equipment do you have besides the speakers?
Does the problem apply to both/all speakers?
It can be many reasons why the volume is low. First we need to know what drives the speakers, what the audio source is etc. In general the whole package of equipment, their settings, filters etc. in order to answer the question.

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Hi ! I have a Pioneer AV receiver VSX-D710S and i have a problem with sound ! At the maxim volume (0db) the sound it's verry low an when i make volume ajustments i heard in speakers some knoking !...


The first thing you need to do is to disconnect all the speakers.

Then connect them one at a time and see if you get the correct volume on any of them.

If you don't get the correct volume on some of the speakers then it's those speakers that are faulty.

If you don't get the correct volume on any of the speakers then the fault is with the internal amplifier and you'd need to take it to get it repaired.

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I am only recieving sound out put from 1 channel Please suggest remedy


Name the product(s) involved first if you want specific advice.

As always, check the owner's manuals for guidance.

If there are mulitple sources, speakers and/or cables that are swappable, swap them to isolate. If there is a built-in speaker test facility for setup, use it. If THAT works ok...

NEVER USE MAXIMUM VOLUME FOR TROUBLESHOOTING.

Turn the volume control to something medium.

The errant switch, control or condition may change and you will suddenly release the amp's full power and possibly destroying your speakers. If a signal isn't audible at 1/2 volume it's probably not there.

Carefully examine the front panel for clues like a misplaced Mute or Tape Monitor control or Multichannel Analog Input selected.

There is a good chance that a common control may have developed a high-resistance or 'dead' spot through defect or idleness and is causing your symptom. Turn the POWER OFF and operate every control throughout its range a number of times, especially rarely-used ones like Tape Monitors and the Mute control.

Turn the volume to something reasonable and see if that helped.

You can test the speaker for open or short by touching a small battery to the speaker wires. It should make static or click sounds. If not, it's dead. If it sparks and makes no sound it's shorted and dangerous to any amp.

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I inherited a technics SL-6 turntable system and a very old sears audio by fisher am/fm stereo receiver along with 1 pair of kenwood ks-401ht front speakers and cant get any sound. I have the technics...


Your connections seem to be right.

Let's distill this down to its simplest configuration... does the onboard FM produce sound? If not, nothing will.

NEVER USE MAXIMUM VOLUME FOR TROUBLESHOOTING.

Turn the volume control to something medium.

The errant switch, control or condition may change and you will suddenly release the amp's full power and possibly destroying your speakers. If a signal isn't audible at 1/2 volume it's probably not there.

Carefully examine the front panel for clues like a misplaced Mute or Tape Monitor control or Multichannel Analog Input selected.

There is a good chance that a common control may have developed a high-resistance or 'dead' spot through idleness and is causing your symptom. Turn the POWER OFF and operate every control throughout its range a number of times, especially rarely-used ones like Tape Monitors and the Mute control.

Turn the volume to something reasonable and see if that helped.

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At low volume the sound becomes variable and static ridden sometimes even turning off completely.


My first guess is dirt in the volume control potentiometers (analog-type rotary or slide volume control only).

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Shuts off at high volume


Amplifiers are designed that way to prevent overloading. One reason why it would abnormally shut off is if the speakers winding are shorted out. If you smell burnt enamel from one of the speakers, then maybe a shorted speaker is the abnormality. Extremely high volume shut off is normal though, like when you turn it up, and the sound starts breaking up(distortion).

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I am getting static out of all speakers in my Denon AVR-682 Home Theater system even at low volume. Connections and speakers are all good. Where do I start to look internally for a fix?


Static could mean a few things.

Magnets on or near (tube TV's) the system could disrupt the signal.

Try plugging the speakers in one at a time with music going to the AUX in. Run through all your settings to make sure that nothing is abnormal.

If it's plugged into a powerstrip, try plugging it into your wall outlet.

201-762-6500 is their main number.

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These units are designed to only run the fan when necessary. If the unit is overheating, there is a problem in the detection circuit. This is a relatively inexpensive repair. If you are getting overheating when running at a low volume, it suggests that the speakers are not matched to the amp. In other words, the amp is expecting an 8 ohm load and is being presented a lower ohm load. This makes the amp work harder and generates more heat. Check the speaker wires and make sure that they are not frayed or crossing in any manner. Also, verify that the rating of the speakers is correct.

Update this with what you find.

Thanks,
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I HAVE NO SOUND ON MY GATEWAY GT5660E. i HAVE TRIED EVERYTHING


Do you have the speakers plugged into the correct plugs in the sound card? Make sure speakers are not plugged into the mike jack. Do you hear any static as you remove and replug the jacks? Do the speakers have a power light?

Open Control Panel ->Sounds and click on Sounds tab. Do any sounds play? Click on the Audio tab and make sure Default device is your sound card. Click on Volume tab and then Advanced. Make sure nothing is muted.

Assuming you have Windows, check the sound card in Control Panel->System, Hardware, Device Manager. Check for correct drivers. If necessary, uninstall sound card and let Windows detect it again and install drivers.


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The rear signal is generated and separated internally, if either the processing is not correct or the rear channel amplifier has a problem, you can get this type of behavior. Does the static happen more often at higher volumes or is it purely random? Does changing the volume make the static louder or is it always the same level?
Dan

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