Question about Pioneer VSX-D608 Receiver
The short answer is there is NO way anyone without hand on the unit could deduce the problem.
First of all, never use maximum volume to test for sound. That's like revving an engine to 10000 rpm's to see if it has started. If you can't hear anything useful at 1/2 volume it's essentially dead or a switch is out of place. If you were to suddenly set the switch or control right you might cook the amp and all its speakers.
Make sure MUTING or MONITOR are NOT activated. Turn the volume down before DEactivatiing either one.
If none of the above, it's toast until a tech can look at it.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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