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I just bought a used VSX-D906S and surround
DSP modes usually act on ANY input source, including stereo. Are you saying you have no surround speaker fucntions? Get in the setup and define, then adjust them.
8/19/2012 8:16:56 AM •
on Aug 19, 2012
I have a VSX D710S and it flashes poweroff then
Im having this same problem. It happened after I had the music up really loud for about 3 hours. Also, where it has the volume all i see is -- instead of a number when i try to turn it on
7/14/2011 1:00:02 AM •
on Jul 14, 2011
Got button happy on cable
Somewhere here you changed the input on your TV and or Pioneer. The TV audio output should be on the input of your Pioneer. Make sure that you change the input selection on the Pioneer to match where you have your audio input on the back of your Pioneer. So many of these devices have multiple inputs and outputs. They should be labeled on the back. Once you find that out you should then go to your remote and select the proper audio input from the menu. Let me know if that helps and we can try a couple other things. Also make sure your TV output from the tv is on to send it to the stereo unit.
6/16/2011 1:02:45 AM •
on Jun 16, 2011
PIONEER RECEIVER VSX9700S REMOTE ISSUE
check your remote. try fresh batteries as well. if it still wont work, try opening your remote and clean it with a soft bristle brush or the like. try testing it again.
2/10/2008 8:42:57 PM •
on Feb 10, 2008
How do I get my new LG OLED 65C1PU TV to play through my old Pioneer VSX-D507S surround system?
Old technology and new technology often don't mix. Your television is new and geared up for Bluetooth and HDMI, your old surround sound system is composite video and audio. You need to test the television with something else, and then check the surround sound with a different input. If they both work then you know it is a compatibility issue. Your best bet is a new Bluetooth Sound Bar that is as good as the television.A similar issue was posted here yesterday, so you are not alone.https://www.fixya.com/support/t29896811-jvc_rx_6018v_not_working_tv..
No optical light from pioneer vsx516
Please double check that you've adjust the volume on the speaker and test sound with multiple sources (ie CDs, DVDs etc) to ensure that the volume/sound issue is cause by the speaker and not the item that it's attempting to play.
You can also check for any disconnected wires going from or to the speaker. Thank you.
Pioneer PDR-609 CD Recorder. -
I don't have a stand-alone cd recorder but like many people I have burned discs on the computer and had many disappointments. While some disc drives are clearly better than others, for no apparent reason, there does seem to be more reject discs with some software than others.
Particularly disappointing is the Nero burning software that performs well when it is first installed but seems to deteriorate fairly quickly with every computer restart. I know nothing about such things so I am only guessing the cause might be that Nero displaces some Windows components and Windows seems to try repairing itself when booting.
Like most things these days, especially digital things, your cd recorder is in fact a computer that depends entirely on the software loaded into it, software that could degrade or become corrupted over time.
While it is possible the disc drive (laser perhaps) has become less potent it wouldn't be unreasonable to suspect the software and I suggest you contact Panasonic.
It is probable, like many things requiring software, early versions were found to have problems and would be periodically updated.
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