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No, create an account now. Strange noises can come from your amplifier or the sub itself. Make sure the speaker and amplifier specifications are rated in the same manner ie RMS PMPO Peak. Then I tried a new wire, same problem. his comment is here

Tell us some more! ITYM You put the center speaker to the left output and it worked... Log in or Sign up Audiokarma Home Audio Stereo Discussion Forums Home Forums > Audiokarma System Building > New Gear - Values > Welcome to the new server. But considering how I've already had problems with my right channel, I'm predicting that it's still a dying amp.

and i don't think it did it right off the bat when i bought the receiver as i would have taken it back immediately. Sorry, I'm not familiar with that model but someone else might be.. I'll try the battery test and triple check my wiring. Unfortunately, I was going to try fixing mine but the S550 is completely different from the S560 and couldn't #14 Doggiedog, Aug 17, 2003 dman Diamond Member Joined: Nov 2,

You can check the fuses visually or with a volt ohm meter. Once I changed it to show the center it does go through it on the test tone but there is no noise. So the verdict is in....I took the receiver back to where I bought it and they tested the center output channel and there was absolutely no sound....I traded the receiver in Dual Format Players HDTV Software Media Discussion HD DVD Players HD DVD Software Gaming & Content Streaming Networking, Media Servers & Content Streaming

Jan 02, 2013 | Bose Acoustimass 15 System 1 Answer I have used the sound test to check my CS 5.1 system. That said, I don't know what the problem could be. Home Theater Forum and Systems - HomeTheaterShack.com > Home Theater - Audio / Video > System Setup and Connection > Is my receiver broken? In addition check your TV, Ap, And speaker system (if sub is powered independently) are all on the same curcuit.

They seem to go bad after two. A question though, what is the ohms rating of the center channel speaker? tv's are mixed too. 1 sony, and we are currently looking for a new plasma/lcd. Regards, Marcus signal-dude, Jan 11, 2008 #2 brucered Well-Known Member Messages: 705 Location: Winnipeg signal-dude said: ↑ Greetings, seems to me your receiver suffers from the same erroneous specsmanship as

Football becomes a lot more annoying when you have to listen to the announcers. #20 NoTine42, Sep 28, 2015 Fritzo Lifer Joined: Jan 3, 2001 Messages: 38,868 Likes Received: 58 what would you guys do? The center definitely works so it seems to be an issue with the receiver. Reply Tweet Thread Tools post #1 of 8 Old 10-06-09, 06:28 PM Thread Starter redphinn New Member redphinn Join Date: Oct 2009 Location: Barrie Posts: 4 Is my receiver

Today 12:29 PM by puukorva 8 Hello Everybody Today 12:23 PM by Jacky Pirson 1 Unusual sound system... http://trisystech.net/yamaha-receiver/yamaha-receiver-subwoofer-output-not-working.html This has actually forced me to leave the amp on most of the time. please i don't want to get rid of 2 decent receivers that still work fine except for this problem. Hope that's not the case and it's just a setup problem!

It's attatched to my Yamaha htr 5630 av receiver (350) watts 70 per channel....and all my other speakers are working fine. Maybe the amp does not like 2 or 4 ohm speakers on it. If you haven't already, try using a different piece of speaker wire to make the connection. weblink HTPC - Linux Chat HTPC - Mac Chat Home Entertainment & Theater Builder Dedicated Theater Design & Construction General Home Theater & Media/Game

Blu-ray Software Blu-ray Disc Great Found Deals! i have a feeling i'm gonna send it back, they won't be able to recreate the problem and just send it back. a friend of mine who designs speakers said it is definitely not the speakers and most likely bad wiring in the receiver, does this sound right?

Yesterday when I went to play a dvd, you could hear the music but no talking.

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Tried also the test tone : No sound. All Rights Reserved Theme designed by Audentio Design. But it never stopped completely. check over here I changed the ports and checked but its the same story.

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? you can also run your center channel output to another speaker If center channel is out you may try contacting Yamaha direct sometimes the manufactor will repair there amp for a by Animeman1999 / March 13, 2006 9:59 AM PST In reply to: yamaha rx-v800 front channel not working Are you going to sell it? Then I tried hooking up a left speaker to the center output, same problem.Click to expand...

Today 10:52 AM by Todd Anderson -- HomeTheaterShack.com (Full) -- HomeTheaterShack.com (Classic) -- HomeTheaterShack.com (Mobile) - Contact Us |Advertise | Home Theater | Privacy Statement | Top For the best I'll be sure to try switching speakers, wiring, and any other options to ensure that the problem isn't from ME or an external issue. x 6 channels at once. Anyone have ideas or suggestions?Click to expand... 3 year warranty on a consumer electronics product?