20 Most Recent Aiwa AV-D67 Receiver Questions & Answers


I had a problem with my av-d67 and found the solution on the av-d57 web site. The led on the front came on but unit would not power up. The site suggested removing the cover and finding a little black box behind the power supply and under the fuse. By pulling the box from the front, it easily came off, and exposed two silver contacts. Slightly bending the left conteact until it made constant contact with the right contact made the unit come and it's been working fine since. Your site was great. I was ready to scrap the unit thinking expensive repairs were in order. Whole repair took less than ten minutes. Hope this helps others with the same problem. Thanks for your help and your web-site.

Aiwa AV-D67... | Answered on Apr 22, 2018


I just had the same thing happen with mine. First i blew out the 7 years of collected dust. No change. Checked the fuse. Good. Scrached head. Check. Out of curiosity i pulled the fuse out, and put a small bolt in its place. Powers on right away now. I dont have to sit and play with it for 10-15 min anymore. So, a new fuse should fix it. I will find out tomorrow.

Aiwa AV-D67... | Answered on Oct 16, 2013


If the fault is only with the DISPLAY then there is no need to be concerned as this is due to low filament voltage or grid volage or a faulty display driver IC.
So check with the filament voltage which is about less than 3 Volt AC. Also check for the display grid negative to the IC and display so as to confirm the case.
If there is no other issue you might as well not tamper if you are not equipped as a false move can cause heavy damage.

Aiwa AV-D67... | Answered on Oct 17, 2011


Hi,

What is the problem?

Aiwa AV-D67... | Answered on May 04, 2011


try to check speaker wiring connection for possible short ckt. also check speaker itself, this amplifier have protection ckt that make unit off soon as short ckt detected.

Aiwa AV-D67... | Answered on Jul 20, 2010


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Aiwa AV-D67... | Answered on Jun 10, 2010


There are a couple of things going on here.

First concept: The physical TV is NOT a good source of audio or video. It's there to turn audio and video from other sources into something your senses can enjoy. Many TV's (monitors) don't even have speakers.

You probably want the TV-related audio to play on your Sony. Your best source is to get it where it comes from. That is NOT the TV, more likely cable or satellite. Draw the best multi-channel audio (digital, if available) from it into the compatible input on the Sony.

The cable box will also have video and analog stereo audio. Run the BEST VIDEO (HDMI or component) to the TV's video and the analog stereo RCA Audio Out to the TV's Audio In so you can watch and hear cable without the Sony if you like.

You could also run the TV's analog Audio Out RCA pair into an AUX input of the Sony, but that would limit whatever you hear to stereo and any audio limitations of the TV.

Aiwa AV-D67... | Answered on Mar 11, 2010


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Aiwa AV-D67... | Answered on Jul 03, 2009


Try making sure tape monitor is in off position. Also I assume front speaker button is engaged. Another option is that analog setting needs to be changed to digital if digital output

Aiwa AV-D67... | Answered on May 28, 2009


I had the same problem, lost the remote during a move. I ended up using a really cheap GE (general electric) universal remote. It's a blue and silver remote that cost $5 at bestbuy. Programming code for Aiwa is 839. Then, pressing the "enter" button on the universal remote brings up the subwoofer menu, and pressing it repeatedly will scroll through the individual volume controls for the other speakers.

As far as I know, there is no way of accessing this menu without a remote. Aiwa dropped the ball on that one.

Aiwa AV-D67... | Answered on Mar 05, 2009


Sounds like micro-processor is locked up or defective. Try unplugging unit for an hour, then power up. If this is not a fix, have pro-tech check it out.

Aiwa AV-D67... | Answered on Apr 12, 2008


Sure!... If you want to set the unit and your speakers on fire!
Recievers/amps have protection circuits to prevent pure DC voltage of the power supply from going unmodulated to your speaker(s) if the output transistors/ICs are shorted.

Aiwa AV-D67... | Answered on Apr 12, 2008


Make sure the unit is not swiched to tape monitor. Check to see if all inputs and outputs are wired properly. Unplug unit and let it sit unpowered for a half hour to reset micro-processor which may have locked up. When you power it up again, listen for click of speaker relays. Make sure to turn volume down BEFORE you power up. If none of these work, take unit to pro tech for check up. It just might be a simple fix, cheaper than replacement. Good luck.

Aiwa AV-D67... | Answered on Apr 12, 2008


I think it's a grounding problem. Actually, it's a necessity for all audio-video equipments to get grounded properly. If you don't have a ground connection in your AC plug, your receiver will collect more and more static electricity. As a matter of fact, it decreases the sound quality that you can get from your equipment. I think that the effect of your reaction (slapping the receiver) isn't coincidental. When you touch any metal surface on your receiver (even while slapping) you condact the static electricity to the ground. I've had a same sort of problem with my receiver. Especially when I connected my laptop computer to the receiver, I heard an annoying distorted sound from the speakers. I found out that it was ground loop, which occurs when the negative (common) signal of the source coincides with the one of the receiver's. As a solution, I grounded my amp, changed all wires with new and shielded ones, and purchased an AC filter. Then, I got rid of the noise. I have to say that the AC filter (Belkin Pure AV Surge Protector, it also includes an AC signal filter)benefited me the most.

Aiwa AV-D67... | Answered on May 03, 2007

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