I need help i have an str-de325 sony reciever.I had left in my aunts house were we used it the night before.I brong it home today and i pluged it in and it worked i left it playin for a couple of minutes and dicided to take it to my room instead of leaving it in my living room i plugged it in upstairs and it did nothing.I tried more than one socket and still no help can any one please help me thanks drew
I have ONE question: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU DISCONNECT ALL OF THE SPEAKERS?
DOES it turn on?
Drew, IF it turns-on with no speakers attached, then 1) you have a problem with one or more of your speakers [UNLIKELY] or 2) you have a short in one (or more) of the speaker wires (LIKELY).
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You will need a powered sub, one that has a built in amp. It will also need speaker terminal type inputs. Use the B channel to send signal to the woofer. Since the audio from the B channel is full range, use the crossover on the sub to determine which frequencies you want to hear. I would start at 100Hz and go up and down from there. Use the gain to adjust the volume in relation to the other speakers. The sub volume will be affected by the master volume.
I just got mine to work with the STR-DE325. I programmed my Dish receiver remote following the reference in the back of the Dish receiver manual. I missed the comment at the beginning of the receiver codes at first which stated to enter a 2 before setting a tuner/amplifier code on aux. I then used the first code listed which was 683 and it works. So it was hold aux on the remote, wait until the aux was enabled by blinking, enter 2, enter 683 for the Dish remote and enter pound. E. LaPierre
Must have a bad remote control then . Did something spill onto the remote near the power on button? Short of getting a new remote you could try poping thr remote control apart and cleaning it out with a mild detergent. Larry's Electronics
Try disconnecting all of your speakers, and then turn on you unit. If you have a defective speaker, or a short in your wires, your unit will go into protect mode. If your unit seems ok with the speakers disconnected, then turn unit off, hook up one of the speaker leads and try it. This way you can isolate the problem.......