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Pioneer VSX-92TXH Receiver Questions & Answers
VSX-92TXH Elite will not power up
i do have same problem MCACC light blinking and no power. i bring in to norman electronic, and waiting for them to call me back
1/20/2014 6:33:28 PM •
on Jan 20, 2014
I have a pioneer VSX-72TXV receiver, and when I
I would check your input settings. If everything is hooked up through hdmi, make sure that those inputs are set for hdmi audio, not digital or analog. If it is a setting problem, you might be able to reset the unit and fix it, but you will lose any settings that you may have had for other things.
9/23/2013 2:48:43 PM •
on Sep 23, 2013
I re-connected everything on my
Check your Audio settings on the receiver's menu. Easiest setting is "Auto"
If you still have an issue, post a reply and I can help further.
9/30/2010 2:57:07 PM •
on Sep 30, 2010
Phase control light is flashing
Well When added multi zone Amps, to control zone add the device a second time to your setup, also when setting up an Activity to control zone, set it to Leaved Unused devices on, this way when you start zone activity it will not turn off your other activity. Please post comments if further you have the same problem........
8/9/2010 12:56:13 PM •
on Aug 09, 2010
Cannot hear my tv through a/v receiver
If it's a newer TV it will have an "optical" audio output, which will go to your AV receiver's CBL/SAT digital input. If it does not have an optical, chances are good that it has a "monitor out" which is Analog (RCA) which will work as well. If you need further help with this, post a comment and I can help you further.
6/23/2010 5:55:39 PM •
on Jun 23, 2010
Pioneer works with cable box but not with new blue
HDMI version is 1.3 in your receiver.The current version is 1.3b. I would suggest calling Pioneer cust assistance and see if there is a firmware update. Your unit has a 2 year parts & labor warranty. Their # is 1-800-421-1404 It sounds like a CODEC issue. Hope this helps
12/25/2009 8:18:28 PM •
on Dec 25, 2009
Pioneer Elite - VSX-92TXH I have had this unit
Disconnect the speakers from the rear of the receiver, then turn on a source like cable or dss. Close the doors and leave the volume on at about 35%. The receiver will still be carrying a load and creating heat. Let it play for a while and see if it shuts down. If it does, pull the unit out of the cabinet and repeat the test. At this point, if it shuts down, there is an internal issue and needs to be serviced. If it does not, reconnect your speakers, leaving the receiver out of the cabinet and test again. If it still does not shut down, you need some air movement in the cabinet via a DC fan. If you need more help, post a comment and I'll help some more. Sorry for the delay in answering your question, been a crazy week.
12/20/2009 3:30:13 PM •
on Dec 20, 2009
Component to HDMI
why dont u connect the xbox directly to the tv via HDMI cable? the output will be fantastic.The component cables just cannot give a better resolution than HDMI.
As for connections,i am not in favour of component and HDMI together.
5/18/2008 5:28:16 PM •
on May 18, 2008
Fl off blinking Red PIONEER VSX-S520
To perform a reset on your Pioneer VSX-S520 using the remote controller, follow these steps:
- Make sure the receiver is turned off.
- Press and hold the "BAND" button and the "STANDBY/ON" button simultaneously until the display starts flashing.
- Release the buttons and the display should stop flashing.
- The receiver is now reset to its default settings.
If the "Fl off" blinking red light persists, it could indicate a problem with the receiver that requires further troubleshooting or repair.
Pioneer PL 640 variation speed? Fix?
If your Pioneer PL 640 turntable is experiencing variations in speed, there are a few potential causes to consider. Here are some steps you can take to troubleshoot and fix the issue:
Check the belt: The belt on the turntable may have become stretched or worn, which can cause variations in speed. Inspect the belt for any signs of damage or wear, and replace it if necessary.
Check the platter: The platter may be dirty or have accumulated debris, which can cause it to spin unevenly. Remove the platter and clean it thoroughly, and make sure it is seated correctly on the spindle.
Check the motor: The motor may be malfunctioning or dirty, which can cause variations in speed. Remove the motor and clean it, and check it for any signs of damage or wear. If necessary, replace the motor.
Check the pitch control: The pitch control on the turntable may be dirty or malfunctioning, which can cause variations in speed. Clean the pitch control and make sure it is working correctly.
Check the power supply: The power supply may be providing insufficient power to the turntable, which can cause variations in speed. Check the voltage output of the power supply, and make sure it is within the manufacturer's recommended range.
If none of these steps resolves the issue, you may need to take your turntable to a professional repair technician for further diagnosis and repair.
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