Right channel speakers have not output. Speakers are okay, reversed them and they work. Also, line in only on left channel. I am thinking I have a loose/broken connection on my built in audio. How would I go about troubleshooting. Thanks for any help. Todd
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As power amps are just two amps joined together all you need do is identify the left channel and compare it with the right. Ignore any parts common to both channels. The first thing to do is a visual check. If something looks broken burnt, or odd compared with the right channel then you have probably found the culprit. I suspect you could have a power output failure. It might be that the output devices are separate transistors. They might need to be replaced.
By the way just follow either the internal speaker leads or the connections to locate the right and left channels.
The right side output transisters are probally fried, End if you hook up both speakers to the left A&B channel you will do worse damage to it buy over loading it, Over it,s (OHM) Capacity, That mostly causes them to over heat end go up in smoke,
you have to go to your audio output setup (try to look for an audio-related icon on your taskbar - next to time display)
setup your audio output for 6 channel or 5.1channel output (depending on software)
follow on-screen description of where to plug in your speaker jacks - green, peach and black.
Okay! all ceiling mounted speakers. I don't know about 4 pair of speakers.Here is the load down: First pair of ceiling speakers would be left and right front from speaker A or Main output behind your receiver. Second ONE,but a pair would be connect to the center channel output as your center speaker. Another pair would be connect to the surround sound left and right(NOT surround BACK left/right.) Now,you have 5 channel setup at this point,you still need to purchase a power subwoofer to the SUB PRE-OUTPUT behind your Denon receiver.
For Zone two,you would need to connect your other pair of speakers to surround BACK left and right output. Go to your Denon MENU button,depending on which model you have,some of them will have an on-screen display feature(you would need to have a composite video cable connect from the video output behind your receiver to the TV video input in order to use the on screen menu.)If not,you would have to it view on the front panel of the A/V receiver. You need to read the detail on how to setup the video and audio as well as distance and DB for the receiver through the menu button. I will be frank with you,if you are an amateur,Denon is NOT easy to be setup on the first time. solutiondoct
If you've got a standard 4 speaker system (2 front, 2 rear), your best option is to connect both left speakers to the left channel amp output and both right speakers to the right channel amp output. The only thing you lose is the ability to fade the speakers front to back.