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The TV and DVD player make and model would be helpful to know. I would recommend running its BEST digital audio to the receiver and its stereo analog audio to the TV just in case you want to watch and hear the DVD in a lo-fi setting without the Denon. I generally advocate for connecting anything high-end (audio or video) ONLY to equipment that can use it or enhance it. Otherwise you may just be wasting expensive cable and adding unnecessary hops and connections that can fail.
Why do you want the audio to go from the DVD to the TV through the Denon? Are there no speakers on the Denon? Modern TV's have lots of inputs for the flexibility I recommend but rarely have decent audio or speakers.
I called customer support and they had not heard of this problem, and could not even tell me what the "V.Off" showing on the display represents. But, . . . the problem was solved by resetting the memory - by powering off, and powering back on while holding down both the Mode and Analog input buttons. Although this wiped out all my settings, the "V.Off" on the display disappeared, and the video now works. Problem solved.
So it's a basic lack of selection of the source. That let's out the amplifiers and speakers.
Let's stick with FM as the source since it can't be conencted wrong or have cabling issues. Does it indicate that it can tune a station by lighting the tuner's stereo indicator? If not, something very basic is dead. I'm wondering what you meant by "seems to do everything that it shoud". What exactly DOES work?
Did it work at one time and then stop working or is this a new installation we're working through?
It only passes the signal it see's. Digital for Digital and Analog for Analog. Try running a Standard analog RCA from your Cable box to the receiver then try and record. Hope this helps. If you still have an issue, post a comment and I can help you further.
When you use VCR or DVR out, you must also turn on the VCR/Video 2 Tape Monitor function on the front input select, then it will pass audio. IF you need further help, post a comment and I can pull the specs on your receiver and help some more. Hope this helps.
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