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Will try those test tunes when I have the time, cheers User #47781 2356 posts Schki Whirlpool Forums Addict reference: whrl.pl/RbNY8d posted 2009-Apr-1, 12:35 pm AEST ref: whrl.pl/RbNY8d posted 2009-Apr-1, When i set it to 'both', then only the sub starts playing. m 0 l Xcv March 25, 2013 6:27:26 PM Feldmarschall said:Also what kind of cable/adapter are you using to connect sub to reciever? goodman, Jan 9, 2007 #7 AVRat Audioholic Ninja Joined: Jun 27, 2005 Messages: 3,790 Likes Received: 704 Location: Colorado Springs, CO Have you tried running the receiver's test tone to see http://tekspotting.com/yamaha-receiver/yamaha-subwoofer-not-working.html

if you are using satellite or small speakers with mid/bass units under 6 inch the crossover point should be around 100hz or higher so your sub will handle more. 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: YES. Is there anyway to send pictures since I'm on my phone?

Yamaha Receiver No Subwoofer Sound

sub bass is non directional. m 0 l Related resources [ASUS G750JX] Laptops subwoofer sometimes stops working. - Forum Subwoofer not working but detected? - Forum subwoofer not working - Forum Subwoofer and center speaker not The menu is only available on Yamaha Surround Sound Receivers manufactured since about 2005. If no sound is heard then try replacing the sub woofer cable and repeat the test.

Turn it up to a minimum of -55 Db.References & ResourcesYamahaYamahaRelated16 Gadget Gifts That'll Make Your Partner's Life Unexpectedly BetterSmart HomeMake Your Own Holiday Greeting Cards and Invitations (for Free)ProductivityHow to I was recommending you use these by plugging the sub cable into one of them. Electronics XXLS400-DF Headphones: Sennheiser HD600 / Fostex TH-X00 PH / Denon AH-D1100 / SoundMagic E10S tyhjaarpa, (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Yamaha Receiver Not Recognizing Subwoofer Yeah not sure why but am sure that the sub was going when on tuner, and the crossover was set somewhere between 60 – 90hz, I can't remember exactly.

Thanks ahead of time, I'm pretty new to HT I have also tried changing the phase, on the amp, and on sub User #34458 1638 posts Horl Whirlpool Enthusiast reference: Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Serial connection with the front speakers is only advisable if you do not have a self powered sub and you're connecting it via a separate power amp. Still nothing.

or this one http://www.musica.gr/photos/large/213/4624213.jpg Yes that is very similar one stripe or two stripes near the end? Yamaha Receiver Low Subwoofer Output User #26141 2632 posts cpu8088 Whirlpool Forums Addict reference: whrl.pl/RbNX1l posted 2009-Apr-1, 7:07 am AEST ref: whrl.pl/RbNX1l posted 2009-Apr-1, 7:07 am AEST Ekulm writes... tonymak is offline Quote post #6 of 9 Old 10-26-2011, 06:54 AM Ratman AVS Addicted Member Join Date: May 2002 Location: Collingswood, N.J. It should cycle through three functions:"automatic", "PCM", and "DTS".

Yamaha Receiver Subwoofer Output Not Working

If the individual speakers are set to SMALL within the speaker settings option of a Yamaha A/V receiver, and the LFE/BASS output is set to BOTH, the LFE/BASS that is intended On most newer receivers a Db level of -76 to -99 is near MUTE. Yamaha Receiver No Subwoofer Sound I've tried increasing the sub level to +5dB and it make no difference. Yamaha Home Theater Subwoofer Not Working I'm new and don't have a clue what to try...thanks!!! 2 of 5 Oct 13, 2011 gene c Producer Joined: Aug 5, 2003 Messages: 5,845 Likes Received: 49 Location: Bay

Mitsubishi LaserVue L75-A91, Denon AVR-4810CI, Oppo BDP-83, Escient FireBall MX-111, APC H15 Speakers: L/R - ESS AMT Monitor, Def Tech ProCenter C2, UIW BP In-wall, UIW 64 In-ceiling, Dual SVS PB12-PLUS, http://tekspotting.com/yamaha-receiver/yamaha-home-theater-subwoofer-not-working.html Forum subwoofer not working when plugged in to c/sub port Forum Subwoofer/center channel on motherboard not working? Was this answer helpful? I have LFE set to SBWFR, and have tried BOTH, have tried Fronts on Large and small, and have played with the amp's crossover frequency also, trying 40hz to 90hz. Yamaha Receiver Subwoofer Setup

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Baselworld is only a few weeks away. Hi guys, I have a similar problem to another couple of people in another thread, however one of the resolutions was to play something that had more bass. http://tekspotting.com/yamaha-receiver/yamaha-receiver-subwoofer-not-working.html even if you are using floorstanders for your front LR you still regard them as small as most speakers cannot handle well the low frequencies below 50hz.

Money well spent, I guess. Yamaha Receiver Not Detecting Subwoofer But you need to setup surround to get 2.1 sound. 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

I have attempted to set the subwoofer on the receiver, however I have not been successful since my subwoofer LED lights do not light up (meaning no signal is being processed).

or this one http://www.musica.gr/photos/large/213/4624213.jpg one stripe or two stripes near the end? MDS, Jan 5, 2007 #3 rocketkid Enthusiast Joined: Jun 19, 2006 Messages: 23 Likes Received: 0 MDS said: - Is the subwoofer set to 'on' or 'yes' in the receiver setup Any ideas what might be causing the fuse to blow on the sub? Yamaha Rx-v675 Subwoofer Not Working BTW, all of your equipment should be plugged into a surge protector.

Unfortunately the only way to control the volume settings is via the remote control that accompanies the sub, since I don't see the LED's lighting up the remote is useless - m 0 l Can't find your answer ? As it sends the test tone to a speaker, a small icon on the display will flash showing which speaker is being tested. weblink Not if you want to hear the sub on 2-channel stereo sources such as CDs, iPod etc.