20 Most Recent Yamaha HTR-6130 Receiver - Page 5 Questions & Answers


Don't you mean it said, "Check SP wires"?

And what was the result when you did that?

How about if you disconnect all the speakers and try again. Then what? Add one at a time until it either fails again or starts working with all speakers attached.

Still fails with all speakers disconnected? Take it in to a shop.

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on Jun 07, 2010


Had the same problem awhile back. Not all hdmi cables are the same, Check you manuals as you need a different type ( Version ) hdmi cable.

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on Jun 04, 2010


faulty speaker connections remove all the speakers one by one clean wires with cleaning oil put a drop of oil in connector and fix it again it should work

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on Jun 04, 2010


Connect it. Is there more you could be telling us?

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on May 12, 2010


try to check the power supply chord or check the fuse, if fuse is busted try to replace it. if fuse is busted again there is a problem in its power supply, bring it to the nearest service center

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on May 06, 2010


click this link and pick your flavor of remote you got and the manual for it will pop up and the codes are in there for you. Now this is the codes that are supported not somthing you wish to add if not supported and no fault of my own so please do not shoot the tech here.

please rate and leave feedback for your free solution today.
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Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on Apr 28, 2010


Hello Sir,
There is Still Light on Receiver.So you might be "MUTE" function on your remote control has been ACTIVATED. The reason that you can still hear a very low sound is that the muting circuit within your stereo is not a full mute, but rather a -20dB mute.
  • To Cancel or Deactivate the "MUTE" function, simply Press the "MUTE" button on your remote control.Try to Reduce Volume .If you have not or lost your remote control, you will have to purchase a new remote control unit.

Hope this Make you Better ..Thanks For Using FixYa....

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on Apr 20, 2010


Sounds like you have a bad amp IC or transistors.
When these go bad they almost always put roughly 40 volts dc from the amp power supply to the speaker terminals. The protection circuit senses this dangerous (to your speakers) dc voltage and disconnects the speaker terminals from the amp via internal relays (the ones you hear click) and puts it into protect mode. If it didn't the dc voltage would quickly toast the voice coils of the connected speaker.

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on Apr 18, 2010


G'Day
The AM loop antenna needs to connect between the terminals marked as "AM ANT" and "GND" on the rear top right corner of the amp. This is the normal configuration for a loop antenna. The other option(not using a loop antenna) is to connect "GND" with a single insulated wire to a decent earth connection (2 m copper stake hammered into the ground or a water pipe, and a single wire elevated as long and as high as you can. this style of antenna system is not generally used these days, as the transmission power of radio stations has increased greatly over the years so that a small loop antenna will do the job So, most stations should be tunable with just the loop, remember however, that it will be directional. If the loop is in proximity to other electronic gear, it may not perform as well. Keep it as far away from the rest of your gear as you can.
You will generally get no AM stations AT ALL until you have connected the loop to both terminals. Happy to talk to you further about this. Please rate my solution. Cheers
regards robotek

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on Apr 08, 2010


Not all HDMI ports support Audio or they do but only one way Audio out or Audio In. If you have an optical connection you can try that.

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on Apr 04, 2010


How are you connecting the TV to the receiver? The receiver offers HDMI, component video and composite video outputs. The one you use will depend on what inputs are available on your TV. Whichever you choose, have the appropriate cables connected at both ends. Then make sure the proper source is selected on the TV and your camera output should be visible. The receiver manual is available for download at Yamaha's site if you need a copy for connection details.

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on Mar 23, 2010


Your receiver probably doesn't support audio over HDMI - according to specs, it has just hdmi switching, but not hdmi repeating.
You have to connect PS3 via optical spdif cable to the receiver.

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on Mar 07, 2010


I think you have to use actual a/v red and white cables. I don't think the component cables will work for the audio unless the receiver has the actual component jacks on it. use the red and white wires from a set of a/v cables instead of the component wires.

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on Mar 06, 2010


Probably the speakers are not wired correctly. Check this by turning on the receiver without speakers connected. If the message is gone, issue was in the connection of speakers. Check that you have not short-wired the + and -.

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on Mar 02, 2010


The TV must be tuned to the correct input also. Please cycle through the tv inputs by pressing the input button on the tv one time, then wait 5 to 10 seconds for the tv to recognize the input signal. If nothing, press again. You don't say which tv you have but many newer models have 5 to 7 input sources you will have to cycle through to find your signal.

With out more information, this is just one step in finding out what could be wrong. Please rank me accordingly.

Good luck.

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on Feb 28, 2010


Why don't we deal with the issues separately?

What are you trying to accomplish with speakers all around the house. Or did you mean around the ROOM?

You can't slave other amps off of this unit and have volume or source control at the receiver. It lacks any Preamp Outputs.

Tell us what you want to do, how things are connected (in detail) right now and maybe we can help you out.

It might also be helpful to know WHY you need to have multiple amps.

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on Feb 22, 2010


your audio output needs to be replace dont have the part number but they are situated on a heat sink all of them.

Yamaha HTR-6130... | Answered on Feb 21, 2010

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