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No Sound Just picked up a yamaha rx-v2090 at an estate sale...bought new 16gauge speaker wire but not sure how they attach to the receiver. Do I need to purchase another part; an adapter of somesort to insert the wire into first, or do i just simple insert the wire into the speaker connections on the receiver (there are some many connections/which ones do I use). tried searching for a receiver manual but no luck yet. Seems simple but maybe I am connecting something wrong.

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  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    I am connecting my Yamaha RX-V2090 receiver to bose acoustimass 10 version IV I must doing something wrong because I can not make it sound. Please give direction how what to do.

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    No sound what is the right way to make plugging .

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Three things to look for for the no sound problem:
1) Make sure the pre-out main-in couplers have jumper wires in them
2) Make sure the mute is not engaged
3) make sure the speakers wires are inserted properly. you need to unthread the five-way binding posts before inserting the wire between the post nut and receiver.

Posted on Dec 04, 2007

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