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18th July 2014, 03:43 AM   |  #1  
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Hey everybody, my friend recently gave me his old yamaha receiver. the model is RX-V2095. I got the speakers to work but it only works when the effect [on] mode on the receiver is turned on. Problem is it sounds extremely bad and i would like to adjust my own bass and treble settings. im using a rca female cable and connecting a 3.5mm jack from my phone to the end of the rca cables which are connected to my receiver.
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18th July 2014, 08:15 AM   |  #2  
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Hey everybody, my friend recently gave me his old yamaha receiver. the model is RX-V2095. I got the speakers to work but it only works when the effect [on] mode on the receiver is turned on. Problem is it sounds extremely bad and i would like to adjust my own bass and treble settings. im using a rca female cable and connecting a 3.5mm jack from my phone to the end of the rca cables which are connected to my receiver.

you should try to turn off Beats audio and use a custom EQ instead and see if it sound better. Everytime I plug my phone to my Pioneer receiver, it sound extremely bad when beats audio is enabled (way to much bass and treble = sound distortion) Fortunately, I have a good built-in 10-bands EQ in my receiver so I don't really need and custom EQ in my phone. But your receiver doesnt seem to have a descent EQ (only 2 bands).
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18th July 2014, 09:23 PM   |  #3  
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you should try to turn off Beats audio and use a custom EQ instead and see if it sound better. Everytime I plug my phone to my Pioneer receiver, it sound extremely bad when beats audio is enabled (way to much bass and treble = sound distortion) Fortunately, I have a good built-in 10-bands EQ in my receiver so I don't really need and custom EQ in my phone. But your receiver doesnt seem to have a descent EQ (only 2 bands).

thanks ill try that, but i think i figured it out. I don't have the remote for the receiver so i can't get it setup and configure the settings within it. any idea how i can do this? is their another remote that can control it to?
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thanks ill try that, but i think i figured it out. I don't have the remote for the receiver so i can't get it setup and configure the settings within it. any idea how i can do this? is their another remote that can control it to?

well use the IR of the phone!
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