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And goes into protection mode and cuts out the sound. I believe it is usually a soldering problem. but why does the sound only cut out for the center channel and not any of the surrounds? is online now Rules Quote Quick Reply post #5 of 8 Old 10-06-09, 08:35 PM Thread Starter redphinn New Member redphinn Join Date: Oct 2009 Location: Barrie Posts: 4 http://tekspotting.com/yamaha-receiver/yamaha-receiver-center-speaker-not-working.html

the 1st is a RX-7030VBK, the 2nd is a RX-7010VBK http://support.jvc.com/consumer/product.jsp?modelId=MODL026947&pathId=5&page=1&archive=true http://support.jvc.com/consumer/product.jsp?archive=true&pathId=5&modelId=MODL026355 i am using ATHENA speakers. Dialog Enhancement - This will emphasize the center channel dialog track.2. If you find a blown fuse replace it with the same value of fuse and see if that works. Center speaker not working at all....

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 If confirmed, replace the receiver, it's a 300-500 repair. yamaha AR 100 yamaha receiver center channel... The center definitely works so it seems to be an issue with the receiver.

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Looking for me, just google my username. Where do you think the problem lies? Then I tried test tone and center did not work. That being said, I love JVC with their compulink system and it works fantastic in all areas, excellent sound and great features..

I think there is a sticker on the back mentioning something about planned obsolecence.Click to expand... I guess problems weren't limited to just their tvs....:wink; #6 Goosemaster, Aug 16, 2003 Goosemaster Lifer Joined: Apr 10, 2001 Messages: 48,779 Likes Received: 0 j/king by the way. Try putting two 8 ohm speakers in series and hook it up to the center channel for a total load of 16 ohms. Jun 24, 2008 | Speakers & Subwoofers Not finding what you are looking for?

Hopefully you can take it back and exchange it for a different one. Try These Steps to Fix Common Subwoofer Issues Article Left or Right Speaker Channel Not Working? Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com Page 7 http://www.retrevo.com/support/Cambridge-Soundworks-T500-Speakers-manual/id/522bh631/t/2/ Apr 29, 2011 | Cambridge Soundworks Newton Series T500... 1 Answer My sub make a strange noise. An easy way to emphasize the center channel, and still keep the other channels balanced, is to manually "bump up" the center channel speaker level by one or two DB (Decibels)

Prof.. http://tekspotting.com/yamaha-receiver/yamaha-receiver-subwoofer-not-working.html i'm guessing pretty much any rec'r i get now will NOT have the same problem, regardless of brand/price. You don't describe the electronics, IF you have a sub defined, whatever other steps it probably needs to pass LFE to the sub. JohnG, Jan 18, 2008 #13 brucered Well-Known Member Messages: 705 Location: Winnipeg i got an email from JVC canada: Hi Bruce, The Service Manager has requested you send your unit into

Browse Categories Answer Questions Yamaha 5.1-Ch. Here's my setup: Pioneer vsx-509s (oldie but a goodie) aiwa subwoofer 150w self-powered 5 jvc speakers alternatively I have also tried using the speakers from my old all in one surround Blu-ray Software Blu-ray Disc Great Found Deals! his comment is here Register Now PLEASE COMPLETE ALL REQUIRED FIELDS BELOW...

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 It's attatched to my Yamaha htr 5630 av receiver (350) watts 70 per channel....and all my other speakers are working fine. Hope that's not the case and it's just a setup problem!

It's either the settings on the dvd player or receiver.

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 If it's over 20 years old though it's probably not even worth trying to repair except as a hobby. Surround Sound Home Theater Speaker System Speakers & Subwoofers Related Question Bose Accoustimass 15 Subwoofer Module not working Bose Acoustimass 15 System Open Questions: 0 Answers audiosonic user manual how to All wires came out of a wall box, but none were labeled.

brucered, Jan 25, 2008 #14 JohnG Active Member Messages: 290 Location: Greenwich Connecticut brucered said: ↑ the problem is, i have unhooked everything and then plugged it all back in my If I still have problems, is there any easy fix to the amp? brucered, Jan 26, 2008 #16 (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 weblink i'm not concerned about getting matching stuff.

Follow Us Facebook How To Fix Buy Do More About Us Advertise Privacy Policy Careers Contact Terms of Use © 2016 About, Inc. — All rights reserved. Dual Format Players HDTV Software Media Discussion HD DVD Players HD DVD Software Gaming & Content Streaming Networking, Media Servers & Content Streaming check your speakers connection making sure it has a good connection. 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

anyone? Is this something similar? you're lucky to get 1 year usually #9 ElFenix, Aug 16, 2003 Doggiedog Lifer Joined: Aug 17, 2000 Messages: 12,770 Likes Received: 0 Originally posted by: ElFenix Originally posted by: Contact the manufacturer for a repair.

JohnG, Jan 17, 2008 #9 brucered Well-Known Member Messages: 705 Location: Winnipeg thanks for the info, i never knew about the lawsuit. Home Theatre...the never ending story! Today 10:52 AM by Todd Anderson 0 Death of a Salesman -... AN INVALID EMAIL ADDRESS WILL CAUSE YOUR ACCOUNT TO BE DELETED!

According to the JVC website your receiver will put out 130 watts RMS? 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 it happens even if the volume is set extremely low. You can also take an RCA cable and plug it in to see if sound comes out.

except of course with the stupid, idiot, center channel issues. So what it sounds like to me is the amps are running out of power. Sometimes 'hitting' the reciever sets it back in place.