L have a reciever that no l cannot figure out how to get the sound to come out.you have to turn up the volume to hear the littlest sound.when you turn it on there is a click to let you know it's ready.it also has dubbing control on.not sure if this is the problem or not,as cannot get it to turn off.lt probably is something minor.any help would be great.l've tried different a/v cables and no difference
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Nice Receiver! >In your surround sound settings make sure the levels are set correctly and the distance from your listing point to the furtherest speakers are set to accommodate the levels etc. >How many speakers 5.1, 6.1, or 7.1 (1meaning subwoofer) >Pro-Logic supports 5.1 but not sure about 6 or 7 >Pro-Logic II does support all >Make sure you are hear the sound from all sometimes the sound is really faint if you are in surround mode
I don't know the design of this reciever, and do not have any schematics or engineering information to know the design.
This is a general comment:
In many of these recievers at this level they don't have very good muting designed in to their system. When switching sources, the audio is not being muted.
This is a theory of why the noise is not on the main speakers, but present on the sub woofer. Because the switching noise is of very low frequency, this is why the sub woofer is making noise. The main speakers lack the low frequency sensitivity that the sub woofer has. This is one way of looking at it. It is also possible that there is muting for the main speakers, and none for the sub woofer.
If the reciever does have muting in to its design that is supposed to mute when switching modes, then there is an obvious defect. When a source is switched, or a mode is changed, the output would mute for the duration of the switching interval. This is usually for a period of about 100 ms.
Your best bet is to contact the service rep for nakamichi and ask the question there.
I have serviced many recievers made by other manufactures. The higher end models all had muting in their design. This way, the output was muted when the source was changed, and when the reciever was turned off or on.
could be the speaker, try connecting another speaker and cable and see if it improves. If the problem is still there and you've checked all the settings insuring that its not turned down, then could be an internal problem with the receiver.
Hope this helps a little at least.