TEAC DIGITAL HOME RECEIVER AGD8900 AV.
Which is the problem???
Hi Dear:I have my Digital Home Receiver AGD8900 Av and its
has the fuse 8 amp,250 volts burnt and I want to know which is the
problem,I did all changes and the problem still there (when put the fuse
and I powerered,its burn again) Please Help Me.
Teac AGD8900 Av Digital Home Theather Receiver
Which is the problem????
Thank you so much in advance
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<p>People with a home theater to understand the importance of a
receiver. The receiver serves as the centerpiece of a home theater or audio
system and controls the various signals from a central location. With a
receiver, you can use certain parts of your system, some minor changes to
switch between different components. Connect an iPod to a receiver on your iPod
data on your home theater or audio system. <br />
<p>1. Green Plug the AV cable to the "Y" port of the
receiver, plug the blue "Pb" port of the receiver and plug in the red
"Pr" port of the receiver. <br />
<p>2. Insert the white audio jack in the "left audio"
red door and audio connectors for "right audio" port of the receiver.
<p>3. Connect the dock connector cable for iPod. Plug the USB
into the USB adapter. Connect the USB adapter into an electrical outlet to
power is to keep your iPod without draining the battery. <br />
<p>4. Disconnect the iPod and the receiver. Browse your iPod to
the media you want to see or hear through the receiver to select. You can watch
videos on the screen you have connected to the receiver and hear the sounds
through the speakers you have connected to the receiver. <br />
If you don't have a cable box or satellite receiver, you will use the "Audio Out" or "Monitor Out" from the TV to any audio input on the receiver. It's just a standard RCA cable or if you have an "Optical input" on the receiver, use that. If you are using a cable box or sat, the audio would come from the cable/sat receiver by standard RCA, Optical, or Digital Coaxial, whichever your AV receiver will support. Hope this helps. If you need further help, post a comment and I can walk you thru it.
Depending on the year of your model of VIZIO your digital optical output may be tied to the DTV input only. Meaning the only time you will have audio coming out of the digital optical output is when your using the tuner and your on a digital channel. If your television is newer and the digital optical output is in white on the back of the television than it is tied to HDMI and the DTV Tuner and you will pass audio through the digital optical output when using HDMI or the Digital Tuner.
Now to get connect the HT: Normally you would run a digital optical cable from the source device to the home theatre system. Meaning if it was a PS3 you would run a optical cable from the Digital Out on the back of the PS3 to the Digital In on the Home Theatre receiver. If it was a DVD player than you would run the optical cable from the DVD player to the HT receiver. If you have a newer VIZIO and the optical output is in white and not black than you can run HDMI from the PS3 to the VIZIO and then run a optical cable from the VIZIO to the Home theater receiver.
You will have to adjust the audio setting in the PS3 to run audio out of the HDMI port if it is set to run audio out of the Digital Out or AV out. Also, if your going to run audio from the PS3 to the HT receiver through the Digital Out then you need to change the audio setting in the PS3 to Digital Out.
1. Select (Sound Settings) under (Settings) in the home menu. 2. Select [Audio Output Settings].
3. Select the input connector on the audio device.
Channel numbers and audio formats that are supported vary depending on the connector in use. AV is 2 ch. only, Digital Out is 2 ch. & 5.1 ch, and HDMI is upto 7.1.
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