Question about Yamaha RX-V1600 Receiver
If you are sure that the speaker wiring is correct and connections are good, then:
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
Your Yamaha RX-V1600 has an audio output transistors are mounted to a large heat sink which keeps
them cool during operation. They are electrically isolated from
touching the heat sink by an electrical insulating washer. But, in
order to keep them cool and allow for good thermal conductivity of the
heat generated by the output transistors the washers are treated with a
heat conducting grease. Over time this grease will dry out and lose
its heat conductivity ability allowing the temperature of the
transistors to rise; as the heat goes up they conduct more current and
cause the protection system to activate and shut the set down (in order
to avoid damage to the set).
You need to check or replace the transistor that's on the heat sink. Or you may contact a pro to replace it for you.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
SOURCE: How to solve the the
Step 1: Get the manual out.
Step 2: Search it for W-1.
It's only a warning that the subwoofer phase is possibly reversed which can **** some of the bass out of the room at the microphone's position. If you CAN change the phasing, try it and retest. Otherwise repositioning the sub may yield a different result or it may just be a glitch.
Use a search engine and read up on speaker phasing.
Posted on Jun 28, 2011
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