Yamaha TSS-1 Owner Manual

Troubleshooting

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Cause
The AC adaptor is not properly plugged into
the AC receptacle.
The power of the amplifier unit is set in the
standby mode.
Connections are faulty or incomplete.
The appropriate input mode is not selected.
The volume setting is low.
The MUTE function is active. (The indicator
on the left side of the MUTE button is lit.)
The SURROUND level control is set to
minimum.
The surround mode is off.
The CENTER level control is set to minimum.
The SPEAKER MODE switch on the rear
panel of the amplifier unit is set to “2CH” or
“4CH”.
The surround mode is off.
Dim illumination of an indicator means that
signals encoded with the corresponding
format (DTS or Dolby Digital) is inputted to
this system. In this case, the signals are
mixed into 2 channels and reproduced from
the front speakers only.
A Dolby Digital 2-channel encoded source is
inputted to this system.
The level of the input signal is too high.
The level of the input signal is too low.
Connections are faulty or incomplete.
The amplifier unit is too close to the monitor.
Problem
No sound from the speakers or
subwoofer.
No sound from the surround speakers
No sound from the center speaker
No sound from the center and
surround speakers though the DTS or
 DIGITAL mode indicator is dimly
illuminated.
Though a Dolby Digital encoded
source is inputted to this system, the
 DIGITAL mode indicator is dimly
illuminated and the 
 PROLOGIC
mode indicator is brightly illuminated.
Sound is distorted.
Noise.
What to Do
Insert the AC adaptor firmly into the AC
receptacle.
Turn on the power by pressing the power
switch. (The power indicator lights up.)
Make the connections again.
Select the appropriate input mode by
pressing the INPUT selector button.
Turn the MASTER VOLUME control
clockwise to increase the volume.
Press the MUTE button to cancel this
function.
Turn the SURROUND level control clockwise
to increase the level.
Select the appropriate surround mode by
pressing the MODE button. If no mode can
be selected, change the input source to
another which is encoded with DTS, Dolby
Digital or Dolby Prologic.
Turn the CENTER level control clockwise to
increase the level.
Set the SPEAKER MODE switch to “5CH”.
Select the appropriate surround mode by
pressing the MODE button. If no mode can
be selected, change the input source to
another which is encoded with DTS, Dolby
Digital or Dolby Prologic.
Press the MODE button for the appropriate
surround format. The indicator turns bright,
and the center and surround speakers
reproduce sounds since the surround format
is decoded.
If the input source is compatible with 5.1
channels, select “5.1-channel mode” on the
player which is sending signals to this
system. (If the input source is not compatible
with 5.1 channels, you can enjoy the source
in a multi-channel mode by using the 
PROLOGIC surround mode.)
Turn down the output level on the connected
component.
Turn up the output level on the connected
component.
Make the connections again.
Place the amplifier unit away from the
monitor.
Refer to the chart below if this system does not function properly. If the problem you are experiencing is not listed below or if
the instructions given below do not help, disconnect the AC adaptor and contact your authorized YAMAHA dealer or service
center.
Troubleshooting