Question about Yamaha HTR-6030 Receiver
My Yamaha HTR-6050 Surround Sound system shuts off at random times. Then, a message pops up that says "Check SP Cable". I've checked all the cables, but the problem continues. I'm not a huge technology guy, so I don't exactly know which cable is the SP Cable. So, if someone has a suggestion or can tell me what the SP Cable is, it would be appreciated.
That is a check the speaker wire error, caused by a short or perceived short. If you look at the back of the receiver you may see 1 strand of the wire loose, they are very hard to see sometimes. You may use banana plugs as it is painful to get everything hooked up without a few loose strands.
If there is still the issue check your speaker connections for the same issue. If they are in ceiling/wall speakers disconnect them all then plug them in one at a time to narrow it down.
If the issue persists perhaps one of your speaker wires has a short somewhere, could be a misplaced drywall screw from hanging a picture, or a carpet tack strip, or a pet deciding it was a nice chew toy.
If you are completely sure it is none of those then I would say it is a bad speaker or receiver. Try changing in and out known good speakers/receivers if you have access to them to see which one it is.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
Remove the speaker cables and do a reinstall, and make sure..the speaker cables are not touching each other...
speaker cables should not touch each other/
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
My Yamaha unit did the same thing. It started flashing Check SP Cable at startup and then the unit just shut off. What I did to fix the problem was isolate which cable was causing the problem by unplugging the speaker wires one pair at a time from the back of the receiver and then turning the unit back on. Once I figure out which wire was causing the problem I then followed the failing wire to where it plugged into the back of the speaker where I discovered one + wire strand had strayed and was touching the - wires. After fixing that, no more problems.
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
I went through my speakers checking for loose wire, since then no SP errors
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
It can also happen IF you play music very loud. the Over Current protection shuts down in a heartbeat.
Turn the AMP back on. AMP displays 'Please wait..' then "Check SP. Cable."
The AMP does NOT even need to be hot.
Posted on May 18, 2016
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Posted on Apr 20, 2011
Guess that SP stands for Speaker. Could possibly be due to thermal or overload protection.
Was it playing loud when it shut off? On all channels at the same time? Are you speakers particularly low impedance? If present, did you try the 4-6-8 Ohms (or whatever) selector at the back of the amp?
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
You can try to reset your amplifer. Power it of and wait 30 seconds. Then turn on and it will play again. Note: When your speakerlevel is higher than +16 DB get's the amplifer hot. Then it will turn of.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
SOURCE: problem with sp cable (yamaha)
The speaker cables are the ones that clamp or tighen down on the back of the reciever. All the spkr wires have to have the positive and negative leads correct. Also not aven one little strand of wire can be touching another conductor or you will have this problem. Make sure all leads are correctly ran and hooked up positive to positive and negative to negative from the back of the reciever all the way to the speakers. This should solv your problem.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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