20 Most Recent Pioneer Elite VSX-91TXH Questions & Answers


On the bottom row of buttons next to the headphone jack, the button on the far right is labelled speakers. Try pressing that button to turn the speaker outputs back on.

Pioneer Elite... | Answered on Apr 08, 2013


Unless the jack is physically damaged, then the entire digital pcb would need to be replaced. Sometimes just the jack can be replaced, but that is a pretty tricky repair.

Pioneer Elite... | Answered on Dec 28, 2012


Have to check if the cooling fan still fuctioning or for your own trial use a normal house fan and if its behaving that should be the internal fan faulty. Thank you.

Pioneer Elite... | Answered on Sep 03, 2011


whitrashtruk,
Your M-91 has a 8 ohm rated amp. Your CV's are 4 ohm speakers. When your reduce the resistance the amp see's it requires the amp to work harder and will max out at much lower volume knob levels.

Simply put, you have big speakers that require big power. You receiver is not capable of providing the big power you need and will only cause damage to your speakers and receiver.

Buy a larger dedicated amp for your speakers as you will never hear the full potential of your CV's from any receiver. Both great components; just not a good match for each other.

-Chris

Pioneer Elite... | Answered on Feb 22, 2010


Depending on the model there could be several reasons for this. It could be ground-loop noise or interference.
If you have it connected through a coaxial cable from the preamp/receiver, check both ends of the connection to make sure they are tight and if there is any change in the noise when moved...trying turning it or wiggling it but don't pull.
Move any power cords away from the connecting cable and/or try a different outlet, preferrably one not on the same circuit as an appliance. Things like fans or fluoresent lighting can also add interference. If you discover that to be the culprit, then adding ferrite clamps to the power cord and/or plugging into a voltage regulating device such a surge protector may help.

Pioneer Elite... | Answered on Dec 07, 2009


you most likley blew a fuse . take it to a repair shop it you live in an area that has lot's of storm activitey you might want to look in to getting serg protection on your elect panel to save repairing other thing's in your home. thank you please rate mee

Pioneer Elite... | Answered on Feb 12, 2009


A lot of audio and studio equipment is SMT now and is not easy to work on. It could be a CPU or any of a number of issues with finals, capacitors etc.

Pioneer Audio... | Answered on Nov 24, 2020


It will probably be easier to wire the sound bar to the "Audio Out"" on the TV, the DVD player to the HDMI on the TV then change the settings in the TV.
On the back of most TV's there are 'Phono Jack' connectors and newer TV's have a 'Digital Out' that uses an Optical cable to transfer the sound. Use one of these to connect the sound bar and usually anything you play through the TV will play through the sound bar.
Depending on your TV, the settings to switch to the sound bar will be in the Sound or Audio section.

Pioneer Audio... | Answered on Nov 06, 2020


Just guessing - for a considerable time amplifier output stages have often used encapsulated modules rather than discrete components. Like everything else these arrive in different qualities.

High quality amplifiers tend to use higher quality output modules - the best have built in overload protection and thermal shutdown and I expect that could be what is happening, something inside the amp is cooking and when it becomes too warm it shuts down.

I suggest you take it to the repair shop before the problem becomes really expensive.

Pioneer Audio... | Answered on Aug 25, 2020


Did you fix it? I have the exact same problem

Pioneer Audio... | Answered on Aug 13, 2020

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