I am having troubles with my Yamaha ax-500 amplifier and i need any advice-
It makes a noise inside like a scratching sound that also vibrates the relay.
Also only the cd input works the other inputs(Video, ect...) only work when there is a RCA cable between the send and recieve input/output and also when the positive RCA is connected to the Cd input and the negative to the other input like video.
If anyone has a service manual or schematics or any advice it would be much appreciated.
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I assume you want to slave it to the receiver and drive some more speakers with it.
Connect some RCA cables from whichever channel pre-outs you want on the HTR-5860 to any input on the AX-596.
Set the AX volume to something sufficiently high, run through the HTR's speaker level setup and match the AX volume to match the channels on the receiver. Then leave the AX's volume alone.
If you just want the AX to have access to program sources of the HTR, run the RCA cables to it from one of the VCR1 or 2 Out (but DO NOT select whichever one you use via the front panel). These are not affected by the HTR's volume controls.
You don't say anything about your passive speaker, only thing that I understand you have a Yamaha AX-396 witch have an Power output of 60 watts per channel into 8 ohms (stereo)! That means working great with your passive speaker!!!