20 Most Recent Lexicon RV-8 V2.0 Amplifier Questions & Answers


Call for warranty.

Lexicon RV-8... | Answered on Jul 07, 2017


Did you try this....

In the event of a power outage, the RV-8 will display a BROWN
OUT!! PRESS STANDBY message. To turn the unit on, use the
STANDBY button. For more information, see “POWER
MANAGEMENT” on page 3-3....

POWER MANAGEMENT ON, OFF

"Setup" >> "Power Management"

Opens the POWER MANAGEMENT menu, which is used to automatically
put the RV-8 into standby mode during brownouts.
When set to ON, the RV-8 detects low voltage levels or a momentary
loss of power and puts the device in standby mode. In the event of a
power brown out, the RV-8 will display a BROWN OUT!! PRESS
STANDBY message. To turn the unit back on, use the front panel
STANDYBY button.

When set to OFF, the RV-8 will attempt to function during a
momentary power loss, however software settings may become
corrupt and need to be reset.
When the RV-8 is in standby mode, pressing the button turns the
unit on and activates all zones that were active in the previous
operating session.

The RV-8 does not power on.
1. Make sure the rear-panel power switch is set to the | (“on”)
position.
2. Attempt to power on the RV-8 with the front-panel Standby
button and remote control On button.
3. Examine the power cord to ensure a good connection between
the rear-panel AC input connector and the wall outlet.
4. Check the electrical circuit and breaker.

Lexicon RV-8... | Answered on Feb 13, 2013


I would contact Lexicon first ...These are VERY complex units

I used to work there

Lexicon RV-8... | Answered on Nov 09, 2009


I have access to the Lexicon service guys, but will need a bit more info to assist in tracking this down.

1) Have you noticed any pattern to when the unit fails. In other words, does it tend to fail more readily after being on for a while, or is it consistant in behavior regardless of time?

2) Does the volume level of the unit change the total time before failure?

3) If you uinplug the unit for 1/2 and try using it, does the behavior change?

Please update this with the answers and also, if you could post what has already been done by the service center, that would help as well.
At this point, I would be suspicious of hte 5V line and/or the microprocessor internal controls. I'll research this a bit and try to get you more details as well.

Thanks,
Dan

Lexicon RV-8... | Answered on Nov 08, 2009


It sounds like a source slecton issue. Try the following and if that does not help I would start with a simple stereo setup and source and work up from there.

The RV-8 is powered on, but there is no audio.
1. Make sure volume level is audible. Volume level can be
increased with the front-panel volume knob or the remote
control VOL �� and �� buttons.
2. Make sure audio has not been muted. The message “MUTE
ON” or “FULL MUTE ON” will appear in the on-screen and
front-panel displays when audio has been muted. To deactivate
mute, press the Mute button or adjust the volume level.
3. Check the INPUT SETUP menu DIGITAL IN and ANALOG IN
parameters to ensure the appropriate audio connector is assigned
to the selected input.
4. Make sure the RV-8 is receiving an audio signal. To do this,
follow the instructions that begin on page 2-29 to open the
STATUS menu for the current input source. Hint: (Use the "STAT2" Button on the remote.)

Lexicon RV-8... | Answered on May 01, 2009


replace your hdmi cable between tv and preamp...lemme know if it works.

Lexicon Audio... | Answered on Mar 24, 2014


it's output power amplifier problem pls check and change ur faulty ic

Audio Players &... | Answered 1 hour ago


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Audio Players &... | Answered 8 hours ago


here
https://www.allpartsinc.com/circuit-board-avr-automatic-voltage-0065649.html

NOTE

This 0065649 AVR Automatic Voltage Regulator has replaced the older style AVR's used by Coleman and Pramac.

The 0065649 AVR and the S0062490 Wire Harness should be ordered together if you are replacing any of the old style AVR's including the following part numbers:

0062479 AVR Automatic Voltage Regulator
0052627 AVR Automatic Voltage Regulator
0052795 AVR Automatic Voltage Regulator

or here

https://www.arkansas-ope.com/CANADA_COLEMAN_GEN_PARTS.html

Audio Players &... | Answered 17 hours ago


After connecting one, turn on the other. Then while both are powered on? Press and hold the button on both earbuds until they connect to one another.

Audio Players &... | Answered Yesterday


Check the connections you have made properly or not, after that if there is no sound coming then maybe your subwoofer has defected and also check the subwoofer its wire are connected to the coil or not.

Audio Players &... | Answered 2 days ago


To turn off alarm1 press button named "up" and for alarm 2 press button "down" Note: No need to press mode or set anything you just need to press the above specified buttons directly when it is normally displaying the time

Audio Players &... | Answered 3 days ago


If your sound cuts off, the problem is usually in the stereo wiring. ... When a power or ground connection is loose can cause a connection to break or short.

Audio Players &... | Answered 3 days ago

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