Yamaha RX-V861 Low frequency "flutter" after turning on
I get a low freq. distorted, scratchy flutter, even with no input from TV, CD, phono etc. I have Bose Accoustimass 10 series IV speakers, plust two Bose shelf speakers. Checked all connections, set subwoofer to lowest "volume" setting, nothing resolves this.
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No. The RCA jacks are fine. Most likely, you are not using an amplifier with a PHONO input. A CD, DVD, AUX, etc.input if used, will give you a very low sound and poor frequency response(sounds tinny and low). You will need a PHONO preamp that can raise the output of the turntable to match that of the higher level, 300mv inputs mentioned above and have correction for the RIAA decoding to make the music sound correct. For more information, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. Thank you.
"NAD belleived at the time that practical PHONO stages and the preamp and power amplifier stages be rolled off at subsonic frequencies to prevent subsonic wow and flutter from Turntables and supersonic frequencies (EMI/RF/Radio) signals from getting into the system in the first place. Their notion was that if your ears cannot physically hear it, then why amplify it. For the PURIST, there were a set of LAB IN amplifier inputs with more extended response called "LAB IN" inputs"
you will need a 3.5mm TRS minijack to stereo RCA (red & white)lead.
Connect the headphone-out of the laptop to a line input on the reciever - one of the following inputs should work: CD, CD-R in, Tape in. Do not connect to the Phono input
set the output volume of your laptop about 50% to avoid distortion.
As for connecting the amp to the LCD, it really depends what inputs your screen has, but if you can- run HDMI.
Hi, Here you can find the manual for your subwoofer. Looking at its back side, it has 2 RCA plug input for stereo. Receiver has just mono sub output, but as low frequencies are not easily locatable, mono is perfectly OK. Just connect receiver SUB-OUTPUT with RCA cable to your subwoofer's RCA LEFT input. Then adjust volume to match rest of your speakers.
Does your TV support "Line In" or "Aux" or "External"? if so plug your "Low end" DVD directly into the back of the tv and verify that you Can get audio. Quite a few DVD players do have a mute feature. Be sure this is turned "off"...accordianman