Question about Integra DTM-5.3 Receiver
You most likely have a blown main output transistor or a shorted speaker. first get a mutimeter and set to lowest ohms setting and check for 4-8 ohms ( CHECK IMPEDENCE rating on back of speaker) at the speaker terminal of the speaker. if this checks out then you take the meter and set to DC and place the + / - terminals to the speaker connection on back of receiver then turn on the receiver . notice if you have any dc voltage at any sp terminal, if dc is present you have a blown output transistor. If you are not an electronic tech please refer your unit to a qualified service tech. I hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 18, 2014
most higher end integra's have a input level adjusment or input selection for each and every input. Perhaps you are not on the correct input, go to onscreen programming and check out the input level and input select - also try the tape in another input like tape 2 or cd. It will not hurt the receiver for a test. Also, if you are using the cheap cables from the manufacturer - try a pair of cables that you know work or go by some. BTW, you don't need to spend $40 for cables order them online through amazon or other store. Gold / sliver plated oxygen free are best.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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