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My pioneer SX1300 receiver turns on but when i plug the speakers in i cannot hear a thing what can i do about this

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Hi calderonl67

Check that the speaker selector is on the correct outlet, and that the tape monitor is not on. Do you here a relay click on inside the amp a few seconds after turning it on?. If not, something is wrong internally and it is in protection mode to stop damage to your speakers. It is a cool old amp and becoming collectable, so if you are into HiFi, it is well worth repair. Good luck. Happy to talk more about it, just post away and i will help you out.

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robotek

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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