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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, Happened across this forum looking for some remote info. Had a similar problem with my 945...main speaker outputs started to click off & on, no rhyme or reason. Found that the solder joints on the speaker output relays were cold (poor soldering). Actually happend twice, two different relays. Took me a while to find it, reflowed the solder, that solved the problem, over two years ago now. Are you able to dig into the receiver? Do you have a (good) soldering iron and some solder? If not take it to elec. shop and tell them to look for cold joints on the relays.
Posted on May 11, 2007
Ok, have you tryed to unplug all of the wires from the sub, including the power wire from the wall. Install of the speaker wires to the sub, and plug back in the sub. Also what are the numbers on the speakers and the sub.
Posted on Jun 18, 2007
From the speaker output from your amp, connect left and right to the sub box. Turn on amp and try to play some music. If the sub is working, turn amp off and connect the satellite speakers and turn amp on. Make sure amp is on speaker "A" and the lines are coming from the same connectors on the rear of amp. Check your amp with another speaker to make sure it is working if you have no output. Does the Bose box have its own power cord (self-powered)? If it is self-powered, the internal amp might have tripped or is not working. If unit is not powered, the crossover or thermal protection could be damaged. Refer to Bose for parts.
Posted on Jun 22, 2007
SOURCE: center channel
Just to rule out the easy solutions, have you made sure no settings changed? Make sure that you didn't accidentally turn off any surround sound settings or turn off the center channel in the MCACC setup or the like (I have the VSX-D814, so your receiver should have MCACC as well). If you're sure no settings changed and the center channel should be working according to the receiver, then it would appear that the center channel amp went out in the receiver. You can either get a Pioneer service center to take a look at it, or if you're comfortable with electronics, I believe you can get the parts straight from Pioneer.
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
yes of corz,, u can use any of that but dont go pass the power of your power amp,, becoz,, it coss damage 2 your speakers,, and thats expensive... ps. . dont revers the polarity
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
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