20 Most Recent Yamaha HTR-5630 Receiver Questions & Answers

How to resets Yamaha natural sound receiver htr 5630

Yamaha HTR-5630... | Answered on Jul 01, 2015

Always be the audio amplifiers IC's damaged.Good luck

Yamaha HTR-5630... | Answered on Jul 24, 2012

Are the rear speakers defined??? How do they work with test tones?



Yamaha HTR-5630... | Answered on Sep 04, 2011

You can do it, you would just need a Pre-amp for the mic to work without major feedback. They range in price from 50 and up. An inexpensive PA system would be a better way to do this. You can find decent ones for personal use for under 300 that are well built and come with a mic. Check www.Zsounds.com, They have something for any price range. Hope this helps

Yamaha HTR-5630... | Answered on Jun 01, 2011

If you want to connect the turntable all you do is get an audio cable white and red on the end. Then hook one end to the back of the reciever and the other end to the same connectors on the turntable. Make sure its output on the turntable and input on the reciever. Good luck...

Yamaha HTR-5630... | Answered on Mar 29, 2011

The phenomena is http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audio_to_video_synchronization

This unit doesn't appear to have a way to delay the sound while the TV decodes the video.

Yamaha HTR-5630... | Answered on Feb 23, 2011

On eBay for ~$40 delivered, 6 available....


You might pay nearly as much for a remote as you would for the whole system on eBay.


$69 Buy-It-Now expires Dec 18, 15:22 PST

Yamaha HTR-5630... | Answered on Dec 14, 2010


Yamaha HTR-5630... | Answered on Mar 28, 2010

You will need an amplifier or 2 channel receiver. Hook the sub out rca jack to the rca inputs on this new amp or receiver and hook the speaker terminals on sub to speaker terminals on same amp or receiver. Your Yamaha receiver doesn't have any power for a passive sub.Just pick up any old fairly high powered receiver for fifty dollars and you're good to go.I use old dolby pro logic receivers as they are a dime a dozen today. Good luck.

Yamaha HTR-5630... | Answered on Mar 07, 2010

As long as you're sure the power cord is firmly plugged in, it sounds like the protection circuitry of the unit has likely been activated. This happens when there is a short circuit in one of the connections. Check your speaker wiring connections and make sure all of them are firmly and carefully grounded (i.e. the copper of the wire touches nothing but the proper terminal, and that the wires do not touch each other). Check the connections on the speakers as well. If protection circuitry is the result of a shock or power surge (lightning, strong static, etc.), you can reset it. Turn it to standby mode, unplug it, wait for 30 seconds, then plug it back in.

Yamaha HTR-5630... | Answered on Feb 20, 2010

Sure thing. You need just need an adapter cable; one end looks like a headphone plug (1/8" male plug), and the other is RCA (one red, one white). Then just plug the RCA end into one of your audio component inputs (I use CD, you could use aux or whatever you like) and you're good to go!

Yamaha HTR-5630... | Answered on Feb 20, 2010

I think you need a digital coaxial wire instead of the composite ones

Yamaha HTR-5630... | Answered on Feb 20, 2010

try use 1/4" stereo plug to two RCA plugs used with amplifiers and mixers
use yamaha cd or aux input ..

Yamaha HTR-5630... | Answered on Dec 31, 2009

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