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Yamaha RX-V683’s speaker Test (3 Viewers)

Dave Scarpa

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Setting up my receiver and speakers in my new home media area. Utilizing the receivers test probe mic and auto setup. It’s finding one of my back surrounds with a wiring polarity error when the is absolutely not one. Double checked on both sides it’s is wired correctly. I am using banana plugs on the receiver side but I checked them too. Any ideas ? Is it just a wonky diagnostic?
 

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Is there any chance the banana plugs themselves might be switched on one end? Or, are you also double checking the wire itself for correct connection?
 

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I switched the wire on the speaker in question and the polarity error went away so the only thing I can think is the wiring in the new pioneer atmos speaker is wrong inside I’m going to have to crack it open and check it out
 

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My Denon did the exact same thing recently, except it was one of the side speakers. I double-checked everything. I ended up telling it to ignore the error and continue on.
 

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