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Sound only comes out of one speaker but changes L to R when tape monitor pressed

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Do you have some device attached in the Tape Loop? It would seem the audio is getting lost and/or reversed externally to the receiver. Examine the audio path wiring very carefully and isolate the cause.

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The speakers are not connected properly. Check the speaker connections. The Mute function is activated. Turn off the Mute function. The volume is turned all the way down. Turn up the volume. Neither set of speakers is selected (if unit has A/B buttons to select sets of speakers). Press either A or B to select a set of speakers. Both sets of speakers are selected, but only one set is connected (if unit has A/B buttons to select sets of speakers). Press the appropriate button to deselect the speaker outputs which are not connected. The receiver is set to TAPE MONITOR (if applicable). Turn off TAPE MONITOR mode. Headphones are plugged into the main unit. Unplug the headphones. The source selector is set to the wrong source. Select the proper source. The impedance of the speakers is less than the rating for the system. Use speakers with the correct impedance rating.

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I have been using 901 speakers and eq with onkyo tx-8522 av. but now when i turn on tape 2 monitor on, the sound become very weak, even i turn the volume to the max. when i turn off tape 2, the sound come...


Qualifier: I have 901's in a 7.1 setup and have written many posts on Fixya regarding how to do it right.

NEVER USE MAXIMUM VOLUME FOR ANY PURPOSE UNLESS THE RISK OF ACCIDENTAL SPEAKER DESTRUCTION IS A ACCEPTABLE.

ONLY now it does that? "VERY WEAK" as in attentuated somewhat or is it signal leakage, effectively silence? How is the EQ wired in? Check its own Tape Monitor button.

If you DO NOT have a separate amplifier for the 901's the EQ will affect EVERY speaker and we know that is NOT desired.

If the EQ is in a Tape Loop of a modern AVR and you activate the loop two things will happen: 1) the 901's will sound better and the rest of the speakers will be at risk from excessive amplitude at the extremes; 2) any digital source will be disabled.

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I came home today and my external audio speakers were not working...I hear a little ***** sound through the speakers when I switch to them. It is the Home theater system DAV-TZ2510 The DVD Player plays...


Hi, Check too see that somehow a " TAPE MON." button did not get pressed. having the tape monitor engaged will null anything but a tape fronm being played. or it even could be calle vcr mon. but either way peculiar problem. I hope this helps, let us know if it did,write back too if not. Good luck, Prodzilla

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Check that you have not pressed tape monitor, or changes the speaker A/B settings if these are available on your machine, but first, check that you have not muted the receiver. If these settings are good, unplug the machine, wait a minute a plug it back in.
On this unit there is a speaker switch so make sure that it is ON.

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Rear speakers L and R not working and MD in and out not working on my Sony STR-DB940


I'm guessing these are separate issues.

Has either one ever worked and stopped suddenly?

From the manual:
"No sound or only a very low level sound is heard from the rear speakers.
>>> Make sure the sound field function is on (press SOUND FIELD - MODE).
>>> Select a sound field containing the word "cinema" or "virtual" (see page 33-35).
>>> Adjust the speaker volume (see page 72).
>>> Make sure the rear speaker size parameter is set to either SMALL or LARGE (see page 20)."

Be advised that using any Tape Monitor loop (that's what the MD/DAT is) disables any digital sources. Not that that would explain the rear speaker failure. Analog sources can still be processed into various surround modes.

Any Tape Monitor use requires at least a live INPUT to hear anything.

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Did it ever work properly? If not, let's get down to basics and set it up for the simplest configuration it can have: FM source in stereo with front left and right speakers, no Surround Mode, no DSP, no Tape Monitor, no Mute, Volume not turned all the way down. Does that work?

Do you have Surround Speakers defined in System Setup A? If not, only Dolby Surround or Off are valid Surround Modes.

Is T2 Monitor indicator lit? Press the Tape-2 Monitor.
Is there acceptable sound other than during Speaker testing? NO? Is MUTE On?

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Dear Sushant,    I do not think your use of an equalizer has caused any problems.  I will explain the proper use of the source/direct button.  This button's function is to monitor the output of a recorder connected to the record outputs of your amp.  When this button is pressed on the sound going to the speakers comes direct from the "source" (cd, radio tuner, phonograph etc.) when in the off position you can monitor the recording of whatever source is being recorded via the tape deck.  This switch must be off to record through the amps record outputs.    To test this, put a blank tape in the tape deck, choose the source as phono and place the dec in record/pause.  With the source direct button pressed on you should hear a change in volume when moving the amp's volume knob only.  When source direct is off you will be able to hear the output of the tape deck, so adjusting the tape deck's record level will also affect the volume coming out of the speakers.  more record level in/ more level out.!    Below is copied from page 9 of your user operation manual for Marantz's explanation of the source/direct button.  image.tiff
best of wishes, Michael Mittelsdorf

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Bad sound i have to turn it up all the way to hear it?


It would be much easier to help you if I knew what type of receiver you have.

You can try this for any type of receiver:

Check to see if the "tape 2" or "tape monitor" or just "monitor" switch has been activated. It should show a small icon or the words in the display somewhere. Even it it does not show in the display, try pressing the "tape 2" or "tape monitor" or "monitor" switch. Make sure the volume is not turned up all the way when you do this, it could cause damage to the speakers or receiver it the speakers come on full blast.

let me know if this helps, if not tell me what the make and model number is of the receiver.


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in order to make those speakers sound good (if they can sound good at all) you need to use equalizer box witch came with them. If your receiver does not have tape monitor loop or preamp to amp jumpers you can not use those speakers. To be honest you do not loose much... none of this stuff is any good (sorry for bad news), but if you like those speakers (I know they have big fans, even if in HI-FI world, they not consider as good) you have to change you receiver. Dariusz


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