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Hi i have a pioneer avic x1bt unit in my car and cannot get any volume on mike or speakers when i use my h/free mobile (samsung d900)im connected but nothing over the speakers

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It sounds like you have to reset the unit.

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Where can I obtain a free Owners Manual for a Pioneer VSX 505S Stereo Amplifier?


The support section of the Pioneer website would seem like a good place to begin and failing that I am sure you will find a specialist forum.

What you are proposing to do I think, is to connect two speakers to each of the two remaining working outputs.

Connecting two speakers in parallel will tend to make the amplifier think it is one speaker of a reduced impedance into which it will attempt to deliver more power for a given volume setting. If you like your music loud you could soon overload the output stages.

Connect two speakers if you like but if you don't want to stress your amp you should set the volume control to half of your usual setting, when you could discover your disatisfaction with the arrangement or if the amp is a well-designed tough unit you might just get away with it.

Alternatively, you could take it to the repair shop and get it fixed.

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How do I play music on my iPhone through my car unit it's a pioneer model AVlC-x1BT l have it connected to Bluetooth on my phone but they seem to be no way I can play Music. It does'n have a cassette.


You can purchase an adapter that goes into cassette player.
http://www.amazon.com/BESDATA-Universal-Cassette-Player-Adapter/dp/B00JAY397S/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1458762334&sr=8-2&keywords=cassette+adapter+for+iphone

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How to play music with iPhone?


Buy a cable like the one below. Plug in one end to your headphone jack of your phone and the other end into any analog audio (Red and White RCA's) input of the receiver. Power on the receiver and turn the input to match the label of the input that you plugged into on the back of the receiver. Adjust the volume up and you're good to go. Have fun!

3ft Premium 3 5mm Stereo Male to 2RCA Male 22AWG Cable Gold Plated Black

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How do I connect these two together so I hear it from my surround sound?


You'll need some type of amplifier to drive the speakers. The Samsung TVs mostly have a line out and a headphone out, but that wont drive speakers unless they are powered speakers like PC speakers or a powered sound bar. (Like the Pioneer SP-SB23W soundbar/subwoofer) If you have some of these get a mini 1/8" stereo plug to RCA plug adapter from BestBuy or similar. If you have PC type speakers, You'll need a 1/8" mini stereo patch cord to go from the line out to the speaker input. (Set the audio out on the TV to variable so you can control the volume with the TV volume.)

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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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Think I have it all connected correctly, but there is no sound


Hello Sir, Hi try to check the usual, like mute? or is the cable good? check the menu if the unit is on mute. or use another cable. you can check the unit by simply listening to the speakers soft HUM. this HUM should be present, the hum is most loudest at full volume (even if there's no music). A missing hum means two things, you have the speakers not connected or open (burnt). or you have problems with the unit. please check them both. let me know your progress.

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My Pioneer Receiver (SX-255R) won't play anything. I only have a CD player connected to it. The screen only says "Muting." I've tried unplugging it for 30 minutes and re-connecting. Still says...


Just to be sure we are talking the same unit I have included the link to the user manual for SX-255R
http://www.pioneernz.co.nz/Site/Pronto/Files/user_manuals/SX255R%20USER%20MANUAL.PDF

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1. have you tried to press the Muting button on the remote unit.
(item 11 remote unit diagram)? does it make any diffrence - what if the button is stuck?

2. Have you tried to play the Tuner radio - what happens then? do you still get Muting.

3. You mentioned something about speaker wire coming out.
I understand that Pioneer receivers shut off if any of the speakers is faulty, ie, correct impedance is not showing at the speaker input point.
Usually the newer units give an "overload" message. It is possible this could be happening and the SX-255R gives the "muting" message instead. Some people have reported very minute shorts where strands of the speaker wire touch the body and it causes "overload".

One way to check is to remove speakers wires one by one and see if the "muting" goes away. Then you can check the offending speaker if that is what is happening.

Good luck
Please do drop a comment to say how you progressed.

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VSX-D608 Overload and shutdown


Overload is displayed when the amp draw is excessive, and can be caused by different faults.
when Overload is detected, the protection circuit will shut down the unit to prevent further damage.

The first thing to try is hard reset. Shut down the unit for about one hour to drain power completely.
This can fix minor problems that can cause overload, for example electrostatic charge accumulation on internal capacitors.

If that does not fix the problem, then you must find the fault.

Overload can be caused by shorted speakers, wrong impedance speakers, or by a contact on speakers wiring.
Check speakers connection and test different speakers with 6, or better 8 Ohms impedance.

Another test can be done by unplugging all speakers, and reconnecting and testing them one at a time, at a very low volume.
No more than two 4 Ohms speakers can be connected to the unit, or you will get overload.

If the speakers are OK, then preamp, shorted input/output connectors, main power supply or faulty output transistors can draw too much amps causing overloading.

In that case it is recommendable contacting Pioneer at the number listed on the owners manual.

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Pioneer VSX 915


Disconnect the speaker leads and see if this stops happening. If it does, connect up the speakers till the problem pops up, and that speaker that makes the problem happen is most likely bad. If the problems still happens with no speakers attached, then there is a problem in the audio output amp, and is going to need service , Good Luck

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