Question about Yamaha Televison & Video
SOURCE: yamaha htr-5830
I own this receiver, and 18db is damn loud. Granted - your room might be significantly larger than mine with your speakers spread much further apart, or your speakers might be much less efficient than mine (this means that they want more power than the receiver can dish out - I have whatever speakers came with the "YAMAHA Home Theater in a Box" [the model that came with the HTR-5830]), but I'm pretty sure that the receiver doesn't get any louder (or at least not much). My suggestion is to turn down the volume to about -20db and work up from there after the movie has started. It might be easier to test the volume using music. The negative sign is deceiving - I rarely bring mine up to 0db. Also check the resistance - there's a red switch on the back of the receiver that switches between 6 and 8 ohms - make sure that it matches your speakers' resistance. If turning down the volume doesn't work, then post the problem again. Hope This Helps.
Posted on Nov 07, 2006
SOURCE: remote code
This can be a frustrating process! I have had similar problems in the past, but perseverance is key!
Please be sure that you did all of these tricks:
1 Be sure to press and HOLD down the appropriate input button while pressing the AV power button for 3 full seconds.
2 Enter the code. Unfortunately, you may have to try all of the codes listed for your manufacturer. There are 23 for Phillips! There are "only" 8 for RCA, so you might try that compnent first.
It sounds like you are doing the right things, but is it possible that you are accidentally hitting a wrong button during the process? ie; using the TV power button instead of the AV power button? After completion of the task, are you then hitting the proper component button, such as DVD before trying to use the remote to control that device?
I apologize if you have tried all of these things, but I am not sure of your level of expertise! Good Luck!
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
PaulTulsa is actually incorrect, Directv remotes do allow this function. I had this problem too... but was able to fix it. You have to go back into the system settings menu. Depending on your receiver (I have the hr21-100) press "Menu" then scroll to "Parental, Fav's & Setup" then "Sytem Setup" then "Remote" then select "Program Remote". Scroll to "TV" then select the brand name (I also have a Samsun tv). Follow the directions to change the code of the remote and manually go through the codes they have posted. The second one worked for me. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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Hi there!! This is Kimberly Escobar with DISH Network, just ran across your post and wanted to provide you with some helpful information to help get your problem resolved. If your remote control is functioning as far as turning the T.V off and the volume, one of the things you may want to check is that the power button is working, you can verify this by trying to turn on and off the receiver. If it works for the receiver you will need to try to address the remote to your T.V again using different codes. To address a remote to the T.V we use certain codes that integrate to the remote allowing it to function with the T.V. unfortunately we cannot promise the remote will function the T.V completely. You can find more codes at this link here http://www.dishnetwork.com/SupportSection/remote-setup. If you need any additional help please free to contact us directly at 1800-333-DISH. Hope this is helpful to you.
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