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Topic # 190704 9-Jan-2016 15:28
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I have an issue with my Yamaha RX-V567 amp. When powering the unit on from standby the audio will not output for 30 seconds to a few minutes, the unit appears fine otherwise and displays correctly. It doesn't matter which source; analouge/digital/tuner. After a random period of time audio cuts in as if it had only been on mute.

Has anybody come across a similar issue with this or another amplifier and what was solution?

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  Reply # 1466634 9-Jan-2016 18:00
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I doubt you're going to get an answer on here as no one can pull your amp apart...
Send it to a service tech and see what they can tell you.

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  Reply # 1466882 10-Jan-2016 09:40
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One channel, or all channels ?

I have a Yamaha RX-V1400 that does this on one channel occasionally. A crank up of the volume control to 15, and back again seems to resolve this.

Could be a speaker problem too. Just haven't got around to troubleshooting as yet, as it is somewhat intermittent ...




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