I hooked everything up correctly and the receiver is working properly as well, but no sound is coming out of my speakers. I could hear my music playing if I put my ear against the speakers. It was working fine before I moved here. The strange thing is, I hooked a cd player to the pre-amp on the back of the Nakamichi TA-4A, the sound was fine. Any ideas why? Thanks.
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We would be happy to help with that. Here is a list of someof the codes that we have for your Nakamichi Receiver: 671, 748, 750, and 649.
Press and hold the AUX mode button until all mode buttons at the top of theremote come on, then release. Enter the number 2 then one of the codes for your Nakamichi Receiver provided above. Press the pound (#) button, the mode light should flashthree times. Check that the code works by trying several different functions onthe remote to make sure it will properly operate your Nakamichi Receiver. Keep in mindthat some codes may not be compatible with your equipment. If this is the case,please try the other codes listed for that device until you find one that iscompatible with your equipment.
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You gots ta isolate the problem. Disconnect the speakers and hook them up to a stereo you know that works. If you don't hear sound coming out of the speakers, then you know the speakers are fu.k.d up, so you need to look on the speakers to see if there is a fuse that is blown that needs to be replaced. If you got sound coming through, then disconnect them and hook them back to the original stereo making sure you got a good connection and all the wires are in good and tight. Then turn your stereo on and go through the various channels like Tuner, Tape Deck, Aux, and DVD to see if you get any sound. Also turn the volume knob up. If you don't get any sound after all this, you know there is something wrong with the stereo your using.
if you have everything connected properly, then it wont necessarily utilize ALL of the speakers, unless you have a true 7.1 signal coming in. is it using optical or coaxial? make sure that the options on the receiver are set right......the rears on 5.1 and 7.1 dont work unless they are told to by the receiver....and the signal coming in from the external source ( dvd player, ps2, ps3, xbox....) tell the receiver what it is going to need, in order to utilize the full signal. everything is labeled, and it sounds like you know what you're doing, when it comes to hooking this up, which is always good. it sounds to me, like something isnt configured properly, so i would start there. it may take a while, but you get the idea.....
Nice Receiver! >In your surround sound settings make sure the levels are set correctly and the distance from your listing point to the furtherest speakers are set to accommodate the levels etc. >How many speakers 5.1, 6.1, or 7.1 (1meaning subwoofer) >Pro-Logic supports 5.1 but not sure about 6 or 7 >Pro-Logic II does support all >Make sure you are hear the sound from all sometimes the sound is really faint if you are in surround mode
This may be a reel sensor problem, or the rotation of one of the reels is stopping for some reason. Most of the time, these faults are mechanical. There can be worn belts, or drive wheels, or gears, and etc. Sometimes there are faults in the electronics where a sensor is not being read properly.
The unit should be properly checked to evaluate the fault.
could be the speaker, try connecting another speaker and cable and see if it improves. If the problem is still there and you've checked all the settings insuring that its not turned down, then could be an internal problem with the receiver.
Hope this helps a little at least.