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I have a yamaha htr 5660 and when set to DVD there is no video however I have audio

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  • bruinfan77 Dec 08, 2008

    yeah i figured out the issue, the input assignments are wrong. i need to reset it so i unplugged the received hoping that will reset the settings.

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When watching cable tv we are not getting any sound from the speakers. We do get sound from all the speakers when watching a dvd or listen to the stereo. I have a Yamaha HTR 5660 receiver. All the cables...


Your best bet is to hook all your video components directly to TV, using your TV's menu to choose what you want to watch, and then hooking reciever to TV via digital optical out from TV to digital optical in on reciever. From what I read, your reciever has 6 digital optical inputs. Anyway, try running, at least, your cable box to TV, best by HDMI, the run digital optical out to reciever. Make sure you go throught he recievers menu to make sure you have he right channel selected for audio.

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Well i have a yamaha natural sound av receiver htr-5660 and ive connected 200 watt speakers and my problem is my tweeters are only working and i would to like know step by step to on how to get the...


"200 watt speaker" is meaningless. What brand and model? Be advised that stripping parts from an all-in-one audio package for redeployment with 'standard' audio components doesn't guarantee compatibility or safe function.

Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Yamaha-HTR-5660-Receivers-manual/id/394ci074/t/2/

The amp has selectable impedance. See page 16.

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Tanaka htr 5660 was working fine. Not sure what button I hit, but sub and rear surround quit working. I have followed troubleshooting guides and to no avail. Connections are all fine as well


You must have hit the DIRECT button . In this mode it produces pure stereo sound by shutting down the multichannel Digital Sound Processor (DSP). Only your front Left & Right speakers will work

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I have a yamaha htr-6160 AV receiver. I have hooked up my DVD to it using using component video cables but I can't sound out. Video no problem but no sound.


it is sad your having a sound problem with your Yamaha
htr-6160 AV receiver

to resolve these problem , check the audio out settings of your DVD

player, it might have been set to digital and not analog.

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Connect a monitor to a yahama HTR 5660 receiver


"trying to connect multiple devices to a yamaha receiver if I am using an S video to connect the tv (monitor) to the receiver do I plug it into the monitor OUT s video or would it be Input not output?" Input on the Monitor from Video Out on the Yamaha.

"if I am only using the monitor for video and not sound do I still need to plug in the audio cords or do i leave them out " - Presumably the monitor doesn't have speakers or audio connections, so it's a non-issue. Your video sources should have audio routed to the receiver. If the monitor has speakers I would also send 2-channel analog audio to it from, say, the cable/satellite box, so you could hear the weather or other lo-fi video without turning on the Yamaha.

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Yamaha HTR-5660 Power Problems


i talked to my father in law who knows quite a bit about these. your only option is replacement. i wish i had better news. i know what they cost and i have one as well.

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Our HTR-5660 is about 5 years old. Recently it


I solved the problem by ensuring the Impedence selector was either all the way to the left or all the way to the right, as instructed in the manual.

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Hooking up Turntable to Yahama HTR-5660


you have to have a pre amp, or an old reciever with a phono input.

you dont have to use the aux input, the cd or md-cdr inputs will be fine, but you do need that preamp for that reciever

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YAMAHA HTR 5660 MAKES POPING SOUND WITH LOUD NOISE AND BRIGHT LIGHT


Looks like you've got the best connection available - initially I thought it might have something to do with decoding the prologic signal from the analog input, but obviously not! And since you've got the audio separate from the video it is unlikely there is any interference from the video signal in the cable. Have you tried a different DVD player (I reckon that is most likely)? Also try connecting the video signal DIRECTLY from DVD to the TV if you aren't already doing so (you are anyway aren't you - the HTR 5660 doesn't have HDMI out does it?) Finally, if you have some spare cables around, try changing them - see if you get the same response when using component video cable instead of HDMI.

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Surround sound problems


Try changing your cables

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