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No sound yeah, I get nothing at all out of the speaker outs. I know the pre amp circuits are fine because I went pre out to a seperate power amp and no problem...

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Then its definitely your power amp trouble in the output stage. have it checked first

Posted on May 31, 2008

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Have a Harmon/Kardon AVR 20. The right channel produces an extremely weak signal when playing music through any input. (Yet, once I hit the "test" button, the sound hits each speaker equally). Help!


It sound like it could be the pre-amp that is playing up. The picture you posted shows that the pre-amp can be listened to separately. All you need to do is pull the two black jumpers out. And connect a separate power amp to the "pre out" sockets. Leaving the other two not connected. If the weakness is present you will know it's in the pre-amp and not the power amp stage of your amp.

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Can i connect a seperate power amplifier to my onkyo tx sr608? I have a "pre-out" for my subwoofer hookup, can I use that to go into my amp? I want to power my front main speakers with the more...


Nope, you would need specific pre-outs for external amps for the front channels. That is what the sub pre-out is and a powered sub IS an external amp.

How much bigger an amp were you considering? 100 watts is pretty good and to make an appreciable (audible difference) you might have to double it.

Read this paragraph:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audio_power#Power_and_loudness_in_the_real_world

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No sound


check speaker conections. disconnect all the speaker wires and use one speaker that you know that works and connect it to each channel one at a time. most surround sound stereos will not go into surround mode unless all the speakers are connected so make sure stereo is in 2 channel mode to start testing. check all fuses sometimes amp fuse is seperate from power circuit and denon uses relays in 99% of thier units.

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Assuming you're using the Surround Back speakers for their primary purpose, let's establish that there is something in the way of programming being routed to that speaker. Fire up the speaker level setup procedure and use any handy audio device (*) to see if a signal is present at the Surround Back Pre Out jack. If not, that speaker will never, uh, speak.

* For this test you could use your powered subwoofer. You DO have one, right? Just swap the RCA cable from Sub W Pre Out to the SB R Pre Out jack to see if anything appears there.

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System turns on but only hear feedback fomr speakser no sound


do the headphones work?that means the pre amp is working.
the speaker protection is maybe activated from shorted wires on the back,there should be a click 5 to 7 seconds after turning it on.
that is the relay that connects the speakers.check the speaker a and b switch. people are not aware of this,but alot of amplifiers ADD the a and b speakers,to prevent too low an impedance from parallel wiring.unless there is 4 speakers,no sound.

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More watts needed


Add another power amp to line outs from your main amp to your speakers this will give more power(current) to your main speakers as you have decreased load on main amp

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No Sub Woofer Pre out output


I've got the same model and the pre out transistor needs to be replaced,
sometimes you can get it to work by unplugging the reciever and the pre out
then plug in the reciever and plug the pre out in a couple of times or so untill it comes on
or unplug the amp from the wall then plug in the pre out , turn on the reciever wait for sounds to come on then plug in the amp.
if that don't do it the pre out transistor needs to be replaced

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Zone 2 problem


I know this is old and im sure you have it solved by now, but it might be a good idea to check the amp setting of Zone 2. Is it switched to Internal or external? I remember something strange about this amp in that when you change from using the rear surrounds and go to use them in Zone 2, it resets the amp setting or something like that. Hope it helps if you still need it.

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No sound


what brand is your amp, model.

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