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I know this was old query, but i recently had a problem with sound cutting out. Discovered if I jammed a spoon between the two cables input to the sub box, I could get sound back. Today finally got around to opening it up and discovered the soldering on both sides of the 8 pin anchor leads were broken. The pressure of the spoon jam allowed the connection to "seat" temporarily. Fixed with 25w iron and 60/40rosin core 0.032" solder. Wicked the old broken mess off and applied dab of new shiny complete solder. Good Luck all.
Check your "A/B" speaker selector switch on the front panel of the receiver, if they are on, you will see "A" "B" or"AB" on the front display. If they are on, You need to have the receiver serviced. Just a note, Yamaha's rarely have an output problem! Hope this helps
I had the same issue, but apparently...it's not an issue. What I discovered is that the system was fine, but the station I was watching didn't broadcast in 5.1 surround sound. Therefore, only the front speakers will have sound. Try putting a dvd in, or listening to a gameing system through it. If you don't have sound after listening to something that puts out full surround sound, then you know you have an issue.
sorry but start with the obvious..the surround speakers usually are a looped curcuit using one single live split .so check each speaker works the cable is ok .if all checks out ok go for the selector switch if its a push switch press it repeatedly .if all this fails tap around the unit there might be a dry joint.good luck .farr64
It is my hope that I can help. This applies to the type of sound card on your PC.
- If you have a 2-channel sound card: Select 2 on the source selector switch on the subwoofer. Connect the green plug from the audio input cable to tyhe front jack on your PC sound card. With this input setting, your speakers will upmix the 4-channel signal and create a center signal for your speakers.
- If you have a 4-channel sound card: Select '4' on the source selector switch on the subwoofer. Connect the colored jacks on the audio input cable to the jacks on your PC sound card, making sure to match the colors.
- If you have a '6'-channel sound card: Select '5-1' on the source selector switch on the subwoofer. Connect the colored jacks on the audio input cable to the jacks on your PC sound card, making sure to match the colors.
Your sound card is located on the back of your PC Tower.