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I have speakers on my pc screen and i have plug in speakers but none of them work can you help me

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Check you system BIOS and make sure that your on-board or add-on board is selected. Also make sure that your external speakers have power to them..accordianman

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Check the speaker wires for shorts or damage. If none, the amplifier has faulted and will likely require service to restore back to normal working condition.

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Speaker keep popping in & out on one channel

This could be for one of several reasons.. Try to work through the system to diagnose where the problem lies. Here are a few things to try.
  1. Do you get the same fault on headphones? If yes the problem is the receiver or sound source
  2. Swap speaker's over - does the problem stay on the same channel or does it move across? If it moves it is a problem with the speaker - check cables, plugs, quality of connection at both ends. Try wiggling cables along the length to see if cracked cores.
  3. Check plugs on inputs make sure they are not loose. With RCA (phono plugs) rotate them backwards and forwards a bit in the sockets to clean contacts
  4. Try using a different input source and input plug sockets (c.d. IPOD, turntable, TV), to make sure the problem is not with the source.
  5. If none of these solve the problem it may be dirty controls on your amplifier section. Rotate volume and tone control knobs vigorously in both directions several times to clean contacts. If this produces a crackling noise you have located the problem.
If none of this solves it then it is probably a faulty electrical component - take to competent repairer

Feb 25, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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There is a static noise coming from my ipods speakers and earphones

Thank you for your question.

It sounds like the jack on your iPod is a bit dirty inside causing static. Here are some things to try, assuming that your tracks are all stereo and none of them are mono tracks.

Try this:

  1. Power the unit off and the speakers off it they have a power switch.
  2. Get some rubbing alcohol and a paper towel.
  3. Pour a cap full of alcohol on the paper towel and grab the plug on your speakers.
  4. Twist the towel around tightly to clean the plug.
  5. Repeat this process on the earphone plug.
  6. Now take the speaker plug and push it in and out of the speaker jack about 20 times.
  7. Whatever you do, DO NOT pour any alcohol into the jack socket on the iPod itself.

If the problem continues, test your earphones and speakers with another product.

If they work fine, the jack in your iPod needs to be rewired.

If they don't work, then you may want to take your iPod, the speakers and earphones to your local Radio Shack store and show the Sales Associate what the problem is.

You may need to buy a stereo-to-mono audio adapter -OR- new headphones and new speakers.

If you still have problems after all of this, it may be time for a new iPod.

Feb 21, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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None of the speakers are working even though they're hooked up

Turn the volume to something medium. Select FM and tune a station.

Check for speakers turned OFF, MUTE ON, Tape selected by mistake, wrong source.

Does it work for speaker set-up? I don't have the manual. It will be in teh On Screen Display menus.

Feb 05, 2011 | Pioneer VSX-D457 Receiver

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I'm trying to connect a PS3 and a Projector to the receiver using HDMI cables and I've tried arranging the cables in different configurations but none has worked so any help that I can get the receiver to...

The PS3 should be connected to a HDMI IN connector (preferably the 1), the projector to the OUT one. Then you will have to select that exact HDMI connector as a source.
No, for the receiver to work you need at least 2 speakers, but you must configure the receiver to Stereo, you can do that from the menu.

Sep 18, 2010 | Onkyo Audio Players & Recorders

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Stopped working

Speakers wire conductors should not touch anything but the points on the amp and one speaker terminal each. Look again.

May 20, 2010 | Pioneer VSX-918V Receiver

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When i turn it on it says overload on the screen how do i fix that?

Check your speaker connections for a possible short circuit. Best way to do this is to remove all speaker connections (with the device turned off) and then try turning the device on. If you now don't get the overload message then it means one of the speaker connections or speakers is faulty.

From here add one speaker at a time (always with the device turned off when you plug each speaker in) until you find the offending connection.

If it not a speaker connection causing the overload you should check all other connected devices in a similar way.

If none of these things identifies a problem with a connection or connected device then there is an internal problem with the receiver.

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When i turn on my receiver, it starts up for a second and then it turns itself off. thoughts?

first of all , check all your speaker wiring make sure none are touching acrros(frayed) . if good disconnect 1 speaker at a time and turn on unit . if it stys on you found your problem- a shorted speaker.
If none of these things work, disconnected all speaker aand check with a volt ohm meter( you can get a cheapie at Radio Shack)- acroos each speaker you should have either 4ohms, 6 ohms or 8 ohms, depending on the rating on the back of the speaker. if any read lower, replace speaker.

If all else fails, go to and go to support, call service center for repair listed on site.
hope this helps ! Steve A.

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Yamaha HTR-5760 goes to standby 2 seconds after power on

Maybe your device got the audio amplifier IC damaged

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