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I set the speakers to small and it worked!! Also tried the optical output from the blueray with same result. Also, make sure the subwoofer is set to Yes. Tested both the XBox 360 and blueray player connected with HDMI using calibration disks. http://tekspotting.com/yamaha-receiver/yamaha-receiver-subwoofer-not-working.html

Think why you changed the settings, then try to back-track your moves. 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've tried increasing the sub level to +5dB and it make no difference. You have auto surround..

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What can I do? What audio source are you using to test? Please click here to see additional articles, or click here to contact our tech support team. Yes, I bought some fancy speaker wire, but in retrospect I'm not sure that I would do it again.

The 2x surround speakers were connected directly to the AVR. More about : subwoofer turning makkem January 13, 2015 7:32:41 AM Hi There is a good chance that there is an internal fuse. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Yamaha Receiver Not Recognizing Subwoofer by SuperZan › Acer XZ 35" Screen LED-Lit Monitor (UM.CX0AA.001) by chir › Intel Core i7-4771 3.5GHz (3.9GHz Turbo) LGA 1150 Quad-Core Desktop...

or this one http://www.musica.gr/photos/large/213/4624213.jpg one stripe or two stripes near the end? Both the XBox and blueray also work on the Onkyo. This almost mutes the sub. Does that sound right?

I have set to every option, advance surround, direct, auto surround, ect... Yamaha Receiver Low Subwoofer Output m 0 l cirezd January 13, 2015 10:54:16 AM I just replaced a 1A 250V from the back of the sub (without having to remove any back plate) and the sub Thank you for the opportunity to serve you. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post).

Subwoofer Not Working Yamaha Receiver

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Set it to auto, or if you really want, on. (Not recommended though.) 2nd Rig (17 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM[Intel] 2500k [4.5ghz] [1.3 volts][AsRock] P67 Extreme 6[Sapphire] 6950 Toxic (@ check over here The only way to find out is to take it to pieces and have a look. If it won't recognize the sub, it means a wire's loose, or something. I can't seem to find any documentation on whether the sub automatically turns on when it "detects" a signal. Yamaha Receiver Subwoofer Setup

If I had to pick a likely culprit, it be this last thing. I got it working good a couple days ago. you will need the reciever to convert it to 2.1 or 5.1/7.1 I've searched the manual and remote and the receiver it self and haven't found any matrix or music mode. his comment is here And the connection between my sub, the single most expensive speaker I own, and my receiver uses the least expensive wire I own.I mean, even the wire in a set of

Get the answer makkem January 13, 2015 7:46:27 AM If it has a fuse then there is a good chance that it is blown and will be well worth a look. Yamaha Receiver Not Detecting Subwoofer That's why we're starting with DVD playback first... Get the answer Feldmarschall March 25, 2013 6:04:53 PM On your reciever would be in Surround mode.

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My guess is that the receiver is setting the speakers to "large," which will result in you not hearing the sub on most (maybe all) material. Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP Rear Projection Units OLED Technology and Flat Panels General OLED Technology Great Found Deals! Can you post again? http://tekspotting.com/yamaha-receiver/yamaha-home-theater-subwoofer-not-working.html 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

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