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I have a Yamaha RX-V657, I connected only two speakers (Pioneer CS-J625) in A (Front) and selected A Speakers. There is no sound. I did the same but connecting the same two speakers to B, selected B and again there is no sound. What can I do? I need your help please.

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  • carlos_co476 Oct 15, 2010

    I'd checked everything with the equalizer and there is still no sound. Also I noted that the display is turning off when the turner is on.

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Carlos, Is there some setting in the equalizer? To me it seems that the equalizer has not been set properly. Some bottons pressed wrong on the amp coukd be another reason. Dont you have a bookle on it?

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