Question about Yamaha YST-SW1500 Subwoofer
I f you are sure that the inputs are fine ...and the selection of the input device is the right one ...and it's a computer that has no sound..check the configuration in the sound manager of the computer to see if the exit you have in there are the same with the ones you use..(I mean 2+1 or 5+1 ...etc )
usually if there is nothing physically wrong with the speakers..it is either the input messed up ..or if only some of the speakers work ..is either the amplifier chip for that channel ..or is the wrong configuration on the exit of the device to be amplified ..
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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