However, with the input button set to "DTS", there will be no sound unless your source is "DTS".Click to expand... To get more signal to the Polk, select small for the main speakers. So that leads me to my next question...why would anyone set them to large? thanks for taking the time to answer!
It is better to make your own topic than post in 9 year old topic. Use the Set Menu Buttons to select your room size.Step 4Press NEXT, and if you have a subwoofer connected to the receiver, use the Set Menu Buttons to select YES. Make sure the volume for the subwoofer in the speakers setup menu isn't turned all the way down (also called the trim level) and that the volume on the back of
It looks like there is an issue with decoding the .1 channel from external sources. No, create an account now. Get the answer Feldmarschall March 25, 2013 6:04:53 PM On your reciever would be in Surround mode. Yamaha Receiver Low Subwoofer Output 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
So i found an adapter and used that but it still won't work. Yamaha Receiver No Subwoofer Sound If not, there will be no signal for the receiver to send to the sub on the Sub Out connection 4b) You are not using material with the .1 (LFE channel), If you do not have a subwoofer, then skip this step.Step 5Press NEXT again, and use the Set Menu Buttons to select the total number of speakers you have attached to 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.
All my speakers are set to Large, except for the presence sp, there is only use. Yamaha Receiver Not Detecting Subwoofer So not sure if its a defective unit (seems doubtful) or some setting somewhere. I'm going to do a reset now. 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?
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I followed the set up instructions and selected straight and set the subwoofer level to half way and low pass to max (bypass). check over here It should work fine on either "automatic" or "PCM". 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 Stephen_J_H replied Nov 16, 2016 at 3:50 PM 3D Rarities Bob Furmanek replied Nov 16, 2016 at 3:39 PM What's cooking? Yamaha Receiver Not Recognizing Subwoofer
I was recommending you use these by plugging the sub cable into one of them. 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 More about : subwoofer working Feldmarschall March 25, 2013 5:51:44 PM you may need to set it to matrix or Music mode.... his comment is here www.yamaha.com/yec/home.html?VNM=LIVEYou should have already connected all your home theater devices such as a DVD, VCR, Satellite Box, etc, to your receiver.
I set the speakers to small and it worked!! Yamaha Rx-v675 Subwoofer Not Working I have also tried combinations with both 'LFE' and 'LFE+main' - Is the receiver set to a processing mode other than 'direct' or 'pure direct' (neither will send a signal to Thanks.
Is your subwoofer active or passive? (do you need connect him to wall power port to make him work) It does not have a wall plug. ECrispy View Public Profile Send a private message to ECrispy Find More Posts by ECrispy 07-30-2013, 10:52 PM #5 BIslander Blu-ray Samurai Member since:Sep 2008 Location:Bainbridge Island, WA You have auto surround.. Yamaha Extra Bass 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
I tried several levels up to +10. After my setup, my sub started right away, and I use two, a BIC F12 in the rear, and a Definitive Technology PW1500 in the front. As long as you any some audio being routed to the receiver it will be available on the Left and Right pre-out connecitons. http://tekspotting.com/yamaha-receiver/yamaha-receiver-subwoofer-not-working.html Thanks, I will definitely let them fix it!
If you are using analog, you should have 6 wires going to the Ext. To check, go to: UserCP >> Edit Email and Password. Once the password reset has taken place, you will not be able to change anything on your account until you have Its not a silly question, any advice is welcome. I had tested the subs and cables on the Onkyo receiver individually, but never as a pair.
More about : subwoofer sound receiver americanaudiophile January 9, 2015 12:23:39 PM If the sub is turned on in the receiver speaker set up menu I would check the cable next. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Is there anyway to send pictures since I'm on my phone? It has the two wires but my stereo's "subwoofer" plug spot is for like a plug.
the test tones on the auto set up are fine, but i cant get any sound when co solution Vizio LED TV & Sony A/V Receiver no-sound problems - HELP! What audio source are you using to test? This article goes through the steps on a Yamaha HTR-5660. The CD has a 70 page instruction manner written in obtuse language. "making you better feeling" any suggestions would be appreciated.
This was the first thing I did and I did not get a tone from the sub. I came to find out that my sub is blowing my fuse as soon as I turn it on....I will be contacting a dynaudio authorized service store to have this fixed. It's freaking awesome.