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Let Dr. ITYM You put the center speaker to the left output and it worked... a certain cause for ground looping resulting in hum. When I test the speakers it plays noise through all the speakers, one at a time. Source

Positive and negatives match up, and the wire is connected to the correct channel on the receiver. some times leads are a also the blame too.poor connections,etc. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - yamaha rxv800 by jcmarquis / March 14, 2006 5:43 AM PST In reply to: Selling? Useful Searches Recent Posts Menu Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Menu Log in Sign up AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Social > Off Topic

Yamaha Receiver No Sound From Center Channel

THANKS! Then I tried test tone and center did not work. How could this be?

Also check for the levels individually in your HTS, also the mode you are currently in. -sai kumar Dec 28, 2010 | LG (SP4200K) Speaker 1 Answer My rear and center Then I tried putting the center output to the left speaker and the speaker worked. Sometimes 'hitting' the reciever sets it back in place. After the Auto-EQ has completed its setup, its usually a good idea to check your bass management settings to ensure it properly configured your speaker sizes, crossover points and subwoofer distance.

Expand» Details Details Existing questions More Tell us some more Upload in Progress Upload failed. Yamaha Rx V373 Troubleshooting So this must mean my receiver has a problem. So this must mean my receiver has a problem. View Most Popular 5.1-Ch.

If the problem Front Right speaker makes sound - then the front right speaker output on the amp is a problem. My brother in law has an S560D which broke down but we were able to repair it thanks to a guy who figured out a way of fixing the 560D. Yamaha Speakers & Subwoofers receiver center channel... Stay logged in Login or Sign Up to the Forum!

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Center speaker is connected to Yamaha but no sound. Comments posted by Audioholics.com community members do not necessarily reflect the opinion of Audioholics.com. ×Close Need Help? Yamaha Receiver No Sound From Center Channel Sign Up to the Audioholics Newsletter Here * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name ×Close Need Help? Reset Yamaha Receiver Check your levels First go behind your sub and verify the master volume level hasn’t been moved by your pesky cat or little one.

Problem: My bass is weak or non existent If your system is lacking the impact it once had, there could be good reason for this. http://helpsbs.com/yamaha-receiver/yamaha-receiver-no-sound-hdmi.html ha! Thank you. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.

If you have been using the sub-woofer at high volume levels then you probably have damaged it. When I had the speaker set up incorrectly with the center as off it would skip it entirely on the test tones. Posted By av-novice Apr 1, 2015 Messages: 28, Views: 2331 F.S. have a peek here Today 04:22 PM by Mike Edwards 0 THE MONKEY KING 2 debuts...

Aug 24, 2009 | Kenwood Speakers & Subwoofers 1 Answer Clestion S10 Sub not working Instead of connecting it to the sub output, try it on the L or R output I recently picked up a used av receiver; I have spent the last few days gathering everything else I needed to make it work. As for the center channel speaker, I agree with the soldier points.

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www.dogboardingsa.com Prof. Pop quiz: Look at the picture above of the Axiom EP400 subwoofer. Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. DVD player, Cable box, etc) and your receiver / preamp in a similar fashion.

If your AVR does in fact offer this option, make sure you properly configure it else you will have no subwoofer output when listening to two-channel sources such as CDs. He has a 50ish inch lg tv with a yamaha receiver and speakers. Loading...Oops :Please try again. http://helpsbs.com/yamaha-receiver/yamaha-receiver-no-subwoofer-sound.html I had to resolder the connections of the speakers' relays on the mainboard due to cracked solder joints.

This is a major problem, first I checked to see if any of the wires were loose, no. redphinn is offline Rules Quote Quick Reply post #6 of 8 Old 10-06-09, 08:43 PM Prof. Then I tried test tone and center did not work. Then I tried putting the center output to the left speaker and the speaker worked.

I heard someone say the fuse on the subwoofer my be blown, but i don't see any fuse housing anywhere.... All Rights Reserved. Check the Surround Mode in your AVR If you’re playing a two-channel CD, don’t expect more than just your front two channels to operate unless you engage a post processing option Today 03:02 PM by BrutalBodyShots 32k 65535 Attachment(s) Dynaudio Owner's Thread Today 03:01 PM by amatuerholic 9 The Rocky Horror Picture Show (reimagined) on FOX Today 03:01 PM by Mark12547 33k

My $600 S550D DVD player conked out after a year and a half due to the infamous C13:00 error that nearly all Sony DVD players get after 2 years.Click to expand... Verify the proper speaker distances in your AVR are set for all of your speakers, including the subwoofer. Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by 50, Aug 16, 2003. The other solutions are to replace the receiver with new one with 2nd zone capability or add an additional receiver or integrated amp just for the remote speakers.

still have a 32 year old kenwood receiver that has never given a problem and has a better warmer sound than anything ive owned since, including some expensive separate components thanx It would be intermittent during movies and TV but a test tone always worked. Also as long as the same color wire is on red at the speaker and at the amp, it doesn't matter. Why the Fvck do they charge 20-30% more than other brands if they're crapping out in 2 years, godamn this pisses me off #13 50, Aug 17, 2003 Doggiedog Lifer

franklyfresh, (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Our Sponsors Similar Threads Only one speaker working Posted By Patoons Dec 29, 2012 Messages: 5, Views: 762 Center Channel Quit Working -- Not Speaker -- Pioneer VSX-516 - Boston CRC7 after connecting the system up again and doing a tone test it seems that only my front right, back left, center and subwoofer are working, the other 3 speakers are not possibly if i dont get it fixed i will sell it i also have a NAD power amp and tuner that i no longer use if u r interested let me

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