Question about Yamaha HTR-5280 Receiver
All channels work except the left rear and LFE or bass checked all settings acan sdjust all but just no rear left channel.
there's no test tone under normal use for the sub. It only shoud test the three front and two rear. ther' are disc you can use to test all the speakers. ( If you are into Pink Folyd, the movie The Wall has what you need to help balance the speakers
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
SOURCE: The LFE channel on my
First, test the non working channel with another speaker, crosscheck your speaker wires, and your connections to the amplifier. Make sure the left and right wire/cord entering into the input of the amplifier are good. A bad RCA can cause one side of a speaker to work.
Also, test the receiver with another CD, there are some Audio CD's that brings out only on channel output, either left or right.
If above are intact and problem is not still solved, then it might be the fuse on the channel of the amplifier.There is a fuse on each channel. Get a screw driver, disassemble the unit, and check the fuse on the channel.
If the fuse is intact, then it means a capacitor or diode may have become defective. Use a meter to detect the bad component on the non working channel, this will reveal the problem.
If you have any more questions, please let me know.
Posted on Jan 15, 2011
The 667 has two line level outputs to feed a subwoofer. They are identical. You only need one for most sub woofers. You need a suitable length pin audio (RCA) audio cable to connect.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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