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you will need take to a audiophile to get the switch replaced,sounds like the contacts are worn

Yamaha Rx-v365... | Answered on Jul 31, 2016



I have only been giving advice on FIXYA for a very short while but have noticed that an awful lot of the people who relate their product issues , particularly complain about faults developing after power cuts / outages. It is apparent, from a description of the complaints, that damage is being caused by outages that may be a result of power surges blowing electricity sub stations.
There are a lot of damaged audio devices / tvs being affected. As such I advise you TO BUY SURGE PROTECTORS for all you valuable devices.
I have them around the house and although we only get an occasional power cut here in the UK I know that at times they have saved my equipment fron power spikes. The small cost is justified in the long run.

on Jul 20, 2015 | Yamaha Rx-v365 A/V Home Theater...

This is an either-or situation. As your manual explains, SP-A is one set of speakers and SP-B is another separate set. Your Yamaha receiver should have an SP-A + SP-B setting but given the way your speakers are currently configured it's anybody's guess as to what the result will be.

Yamaha Rx-v365... | Answered on Dec 15, 2013

Check the filter. And the fins in the coil. If these are clogged the airflow is restricted and the condensation freezes on the coil. The previous owner may not have changed the filter as often as they should have leading to restricted air flow. Also its hotter during the day and the unit is working harder than at night.

Yamaha Rx-v365... | Answered on Sep 28, 2013


I imagine an adaptor for RCA to whatever your unidentified headphone set uses could be placed into MD/CDR (OUT/REC).

Yamaha Rx-v365... | Answered on Apr 21, 2013

Make sure that the DVD player is connected into the correct inputs on the receiver and that the receiver also has the correct input selected to play. If your TV also has component video inputs it is best to connect the player directly to the TV. Otherwise, make sure you have the TV connected to the receiver via component video out.

Yamaha Rx-v365... | Answered on Apr 10, 2013

the RX-V365 cannot process the audio from the HDMI input. You will also need to connect a seperate audio input (either coaxial or optical) into the relevant input in the rear of the RX-V365

Yamaha Rx-v365... | Answered on Jan 27, 2013

Are you trying to run the Yamaha off an inverter? if so good inverters have built in protection?

Yamaha Rx-v365... | Answered on Jan 04, 2013

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You have to tell it there is a sub then, tests the sub then make some bass management choices.

Yamaha Rx-v365... | Answered on Sep 02, 2011

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