I have a Denon 1603.
When I plug off my receiver from the wall socket for say a minute, reconnect and switch it on, the receiver forgets all its previous settings.
This does not happen all the time though, but 6 out of 10 times I switch it on, it does.
Also I have noticed that the distance units have changed over from metric (metres) to imperial (feet) and vice versa whenever this happens.
I have tried resetting to factory settings, but the problem persists. Any clue what might be going on?
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power off the unit using the front panel Pwr switch
press and hold SPEAKER A and B buttons;
keep pressing on the speaker buttons, switch on the AVR
when the display is blinking release buttons Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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No, you have to follow the procedures in the manual to inform the unit that there is a subwoofer, then select some parameters on how it is used depending on the functional sizes of your other speakers.
You will need an adapter amp which converts the tiny tiny signal from a
magnetic phono cartridge up to the line level that you need to feed
into your AUX input jacks. They cost about $20 to $30 dollars and
can be found at Radio Shack. Unless of course you have a phono
input jack on the back of your Denon unit. Good luck.
Remove all speakers cables or wires and check all from behind the Receiver. if there are any loose terminals or any metal object in between the terminals.
though it might be a coincidence that you have a problem in the Receiver.
unplug the power cable from the wall socket and remove all cables.
after you remove the cables plug the power cable in the wall socket and try if you see the protection displayed , the receiver needs service.
It has a blown channel, unless you are good at repairing them I suggest an authorized Denon service center. This Denon not only needs the shorted output transistors replaced, but a few resistors, a couple of driver transistors and a capacitor on the preamp board as well. alot of parts to be replaced. I have repaired about a hundred of these over the last few years and my shop charges about $200 for this repair, other shops should be about the same.