Question about Pioneer SX-315
I have a Pioneer SX 316 Receiver system and all of a sudden the sound coming out of the SW is all distorted. I checked the speaker thinking it was blown and it is not the speaker but the channel itself. have you heard of such a thing
Yes ive heard of such a thing because just randomly my sx-316 decided to do that also
and im thinkin the amp is blown. my SW channel sounds as if its shorting yet ive checked all the wiring,polarities, and used 3 dif subs on it and all are the same result. The amp is built into the reciever so you cant modify the volts heading to the sub.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
Try turnind down the sub from the amp itself it might be putting out more volts than the subs input can handle check your standing wave feature to make sure the trim is not up too high
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
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