I have this receiver for a few years now, lately the sound from my right speaker comes on and off. finally, this week the sound is completely dead from the right speaker. It's not the speaker that's defect cause I switch the cables from left to right and it worked. How do I fix the receiver?
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There is a short either on the speaker wires to the speakers or the speakers are defective (some sort of a short or too low of resistance). Lastly, check to see if a stray strand of wire is not touch the left and right terminals. Any short in the network (wire, lack of insulation, staple, screw, etc. ) will cause the system to clip.
Well, the first thing to check is speaker connections. Secondly, is the tape monitor on? Accidentally hitting that will not allow other inputs to come through. Third.....if this is a new receiver(or one you havnt used) If there is a set of 4 RCA jacks on the back marked either processor or Preamp out/Amp in? These are to add an equalizer or porcessor of some sort and may need jumpers to connect the internal amp with the preamp. Sometimes there may be a switch on the back that says processor. If so set it to off. Finally check the speakers and thier polarity as well as the speaker switch on the receiver. If none of theses things work then the receiver may need service. You should hear two clicks on start up. One immed as you press the on switch and another as the speakers click on a few seconds later. If the second click isnt there and all other things I mentioned checked......You may have an electrical prob in the receiver.
Hi Zanthena - my Yamaha rx v 2200 is doing exactly the same thing - did you manage to track the problem down? I have had my unit in for repair and the fault occurred again 6 hours after I re-installed it.
no, the yamaha system would shut down if the amplifiers had a problem. I would check the bose system, try directly hooking the speakers to the mains in stead of thru the bose system if you can. the easy way to check the amps is to plug in a set of head phone in they are directly tied to the mains.
Check the cables and see if there is a tear, or unscrew the cover of the speaker (if possible) and see if the contact is frayed or only holding by a couple of wires. This will reduce the sound quality.
If not, the speakers are faulty, and they are not worth replacing. Just purchase a new set.
WHEN YOU SET ZONE 2 ON DID IT ASK YOU TO OUT PUT ZONE 2 ONLY OR MAIN + ZONE 2? IFF SO TRY SWITCHING MAIN ON AND IFF THIS DID NOT WORK MAKE SHURE SPEAKERS ARE SWITCHED ON IN MAIN MENU.
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