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I'm having some trouble with my Yamaha DSP A1 amplifier. It sounds like the right channel is giving a weak or sub-par performance. It's relatively subtle, but seeing as my wife agrees with me it must be true. It sounds as if one of the two mid-range speakers might not be operating, like that side is lacking something. Also, occasionally after turning the system on there will be zero sound coming from the right. After turning off and on this usually resolves itself. However, I've recently started using the amp's headphone socket, and have noticed that if I plug and unplug from the headphone socket a few times this can lead to the sound returning to the right channel. This leads me to believe there is something amiss to do with this part of the amp. However, even after regaining sound from the right speaker it sounds slightly weaker, lacking in clarity, as if one of the right tower's speakers is not working. I am an utter novice, so please forgive me. I've switched cables and attached speakers to the opposite outputs. When attached to opposite outputs the issue follows to the left channel. Any help would be much appreciated, and if there's anywhere else I should ask this question please let me know.
I have a TASS High Resolution Surround Decoder, which is currently not in use. I have a pair of Ambience speakers with smaller Mission center speakers, a Dennon amp and CD player, and a Parasound Power Amp, plus a rarely used sub-woofer. I was thinking of reinstalling the TASS but have no idea how to wire it in (it was originally installed with rear speakers by Surya of Absolute High End. Can anyone help with (simple) instructions? P. S. I'm not in any way an expert with wiring. Thanks.
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