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If you are using an external amp, "fixed" is what you will see on the Yamaha's display when you want to change the volume. If you are using the power of the Yamaha's Zone 2 outputs, you need to go into the "Menu" then "Manual Settings" then "Options or Zone 2" and set it for "Int" That will solve your problem.
Yamaha v663 HDMI port problem
There is no way to replace the port yourself, it's a 32 pin connection with wire the size of hair. You may be able to get a repair house to quote on a replacement, however pulling answers out of technicians is like pulling teeth! Check with www.yamaha.com
for authorized service centers and call to ask. can't hurt.. Hope this helps. If you can't get a straight answer, send a reply, I been working with Yamaha for over 13 years now and may be able to get you some answers.
Will not start up, no response after three attempts.
HI, theses popping sounds were capacitors exploding among other components as well. this is usually caused by a malfunctioning power board that has allowing way to much current in. the main has been fried in this case.
remove the cover and look for a fuse by the power cord solder(connection) point. if there is no fuse in the section, this will confirm major burn out.
Replace the entire main and power Assembly in this case.
Verizon Fios connection issue with RX-V663 Receiver
I had the same problem with RXV3900, was told by verizon and yamaha it's a software issue with the box. Verizon is suppose to be working on a new update, but no time frame for now. I'm using component to receiver, and hdmi to tv with no issues.
Can I use front preouts for subwoofer?
First, you have to have a self-powered subwoofer (or two) with this reciver. That means the sub has its own amplifier. These are usually capable of accepting either Line Level (RCA) input or direct L and R amplifier channel speaker wires from your receiver from which it will react only to frequencies in its range. It doesn't actually use any if the power from your receiver's amp.
That is why you can extend your front speakers from the sub. Again, understand this - it is not playing any part in amplifying them. The amps in your receiver are just passing through it.
Setting your speaker 'Type' definition to Large will tell your receiver that they are capable of real bass (as opposed to small satellites) but won't necessarily steal anything from the subs. Set your LFE/Bass Out setting to Both if your front speakers are capable of handling real bass. Why would you want to deny them bass if they can handle it?
This part is confusing "If I can get the sub working on taking the lows out of the front speakers if I set them to large on the receiver then that is one thing less to send to the other sub on the LFE channel". The crossover feature allows you to define what bass goes to the sub. You would use the various points to smooth out the transition between your sub and the rest. Your quote of 47hz spec for something doesn't suggest your other speakers are great bass reproducers. One needs to see the +- db spec with less than x% distortion for that number make any sense.
Your receiver has two RCA Subwoofer Outputs but I'm sure they get the exact same level. If you're having trouble matching two different subs doesn't at least one of them have an adjustment for volume? Or maybe you could use physical positioning to adjust their comparative volume.
Cannot get yamaha rx-v663 to play DDTrueHD or DTS HD audio
If your Blu-Ray player has TrueHD or DTS-MA decoding, then it will send a already-decoded audio signal to your receiver. The receiver should then just recognize this as "Straight" decoding, because it isn't actually doing any decoding.
Hope this helps.
OK, use the down mix function on your blue ray player. this will decode for your receiver. the down mix feature should be located in the audio options on the blue ray menu screen.
Tv speaker noise from yamaha rx-v663 hdmi connection
try running your A/C from TV to your reciver swichd outlet sound like it could be a grounding problem.This will put all ac from same outlet to the same componets.And will elimanate any difference in potencial
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