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rocketkid, Jan 11, 2007 #12 rocketkid Enthusiast Joined: Jun 19, 2006 Messages: 23 Likes Received: 0 AVRat said: Have you tried running the receiver's test tone to see if the sub I thought direct Sub out only works with Cinema Digital mode ... Thanks again!! Also, I have tried auto-setup again Do you have the sub volume at about 1/3 when running YPAO? http://helpsbs.com/yamaha-receiver/yamaha-receiver-subwoofer-output-not-working.html

Thanks for the reply Ratman. When i set it to 'both', then only the sub starts playing. Use the Set Menu Buttons to move the arrow to SET.Step 7Press NEXT and the receiver will start sending test tones to each of your speakers. One possibility is that fuse has gone but there are other possibilities as well.

Yamaha Receiver No Subwoofer Sound

Finally I can hear the sub rumbling. Changing the phase may assist if this is the case. I have the crossover set to 80hz at the moment. BTW, all of your equipment should be plugged into a surge protector.

YPAO ran fine, set the right distances etc. BIslander View Public Profile Send a private message to BIslander Find More Posts by BIslander 07-30-2013, 01:48 PM #3 RedZeppelin Active Member Member since:Aug 2009 Blu-ray collection:103 Trading Thank you for the opportunity to serve you. Yamaha Receiver Not Recognizing Subwoofer If you have converters it may be that you mixed stereo with mono and that's why you don't get any sound.

It's cheaper to get active subwoofer. Yamaha Receiver Subwoofer Output Not Working I will try calling Yamaha in the morning and see if they are aware of any problems with this receiver. Get news about the products and tech you really care about. and no one talking?

I also had a Sony STR ES4600,that was $1500 MSRP, open box at Best Buy for $500 sound pretty close, but lacked a bunch of features from the 871. Yamaha Receiver Low Subwoofer Output Any ideas what might be causing the fuse to blow on the sub? This includes checking the physical connections at the back of the receiver and on the back of the speaker; then, check the speaker wire to be sure it has not been So i found an adapter and used that but it still won't work.

Yamaha Receiver Subwoofer Output Not Working

The amp applies the low frequency filter to all audio sources and outputs via the sub pre-out ports. See page 85 of your manual to setup the LFE/Bass out to what you need. Yamaha Receiver No Subwoofer Sound I set the speakers to small and it worked!! Yamaha Home Theater Subwoofer Not Working Where you are sitting may be suffering from phase cancelation.

Also have MB Quart Vera VS05 +.....too much to list. http://helpsbs.com/yamaha-receiver/yamaha-receiver-no-sound-hdmi.html Click Here Product Reviews Loudspeakers Quick Links Bookshelf Speakers Surround Sound Tower Speakers Subwoofers Electronics Quick Links Audio Amplifiers AV Preamp & Processors AV Receivers Display/Sources Quick Links AV Gadgets Blu-ray my speakers sounded fine....until the bass came in. Cheers #3 16th July 2009, 01:11 PM jaudere Join Date: Apr 2009 Location: Panjim,Goa Posts: 1,273 Thanks: 169 Thanked 290 Times in 227 Posts Reputation points: 301 Re: Yamaha Receiver Subwoofer Setup

HTPC - Linux Chat HTPC - Mac Chat Home Entertainment & Theater Builder Dedicated Theater Design & Construction General Home Theater & Media/Game He was replying to the post that Daggy made./forum-replies.cfm?t=1172822&p=2#r22I've run the disks through my Yamaha RX-V363, and they are great :) back on topic – The biggest problem in transitioning from m 0 l Feldmarschall March 25, 2013 6:27:11 PM No, that's probably bass unit inside speaker itself so it's not any problem. have a peek here You need to play there.

Is there anyway to send pictures since I'm on my phone? Yamaha Receiver Not Detecting Subwoofer Yo Imaz sounds good you might have to come over to mindaries to show me. Try changing to Dolby proLogic. "Everyday room": Panasonic 58" Plasma, Dish HD DVR, Pioneer Elite vsx-23, BDP-23 BR, dv58avi universal dvd player, Paradigm Studio 20 V1, CC-450, Dayton HSU-10 subwoofer.

I have tried the front's set to large and small, and I find that the sound is better on large, with not much of an apparent change in bass output to

The amp will then send low frequencies from LFE sources and non-multi channel sources to both the sub and the fronts. The mismatch of slopes is in anticipation of THX main speakers which exhibit their own 2nd order roll-off (2nd order + 2nd order = 4th order). Thanks guys, heaps of things to try there thanks. Yamaha Rx-v675 Subwoofer Not Working We are using the secondary functions of the buttons.NEXT - Located in the center of a group of six buttons on the front panel.

m 0 l Feldmarschall March 25, 2013 6:12:07 PM Also what kind of cable/adapter are you using to connect sub to reciever? If you did not hear the test tone in all the speakers go to the next step.Step 8If you failed to hear a test tone from any speaker, then use the It should cycle through three functions:"automatic", "PCM", and "DTS". Check This Out Is your subwoofer active or passive? (do you need connect him to wall power port to make him work) m 0 l Xcv March 25, 2013 7:51:26 PM Feldmarschall said:The last

AVS Forum | Home Theater Discussions And Reviews > Audio > Receivers, Amps, and Processors > Yamaha RX-V871, subwoofer outputs not working. tonymak is offline Quote post #4 of 9 Old 10-25-2011, 05:25 PM Leo King Senior Member Join Date: Jun 2008 Location: US Posts: 404 Mentioned: 0 Post(s) Tagged: Heh User #77517 9433 posts JeniSkunk Whirlpool Forums Addict reference: whrl.pl/RbPiPH posted 2009-Apr-22, 8:31 pm AEST ref: whrl.pl/RbPiPH posted 2009-Apr-22, 8:31 pm AEST YEHYEH writes... Thanks for the help, I will report back the results when I get home tonight.

I'm afraid that subwoofer port on your reciever does not work with passive subs, it needs to be active one so you'll need aditional amp to make it work, but that I realy like the features of this receiver and hope I can get it working. If the main/front speakers are set to LARGE and the LFE/Bass output is set to MAIN/FRONT within the speaker settings option of a Yamaha A/V receiver, you will get the discrete Help me. 5 of 5 Oct 14, 2011 wiuman83 Auditioning Joined: Oct 13, 2011 Messages: 3 Likes Received: 0 Awesome, Thanks again!!! (You must log in or sign up to

If all speakers are set to LARGE and the LFE/BASS output is set to SWFR (Sub woofer) within the speaker settings option of a Yamaha A/V receiver, you will only get Try changing from auto-on to just on if the sub offers those settings. Set them to Small and let the sub do what it's designed to do.