Question about Harman Kardon AVR 300 Receiver
I hooked up from apple tv to receiver via digital coaxial cable. I am not getting any sound output. I swithced out to analog an that works but its doesn't seem like the digital coaxial feature on the receiver is working. any solutions? do i need to buy a demodulator? also i hear a slight clicking sound in the receiver when digital coaxial is selcted.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm not sure if this solution is still necessary however:
I own a H/K AVR300 and have a PS3 hooked up via HDMI to the TV and Optical TOSLink to the receiver. I have no troubles selecting between DD 5.1 and DTS 5.1. I can even select trueHD whatever format but I can't detect an audible difference, I think that mode might be downgraded back to regular DD5.1...
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Posted on Jun 10, 2008
Hello, I didn't end up fixing the Blu-ray issue, but the TV issue was caused by just inverting the positive and negative cable going into my speaker. Odd enough, instead of just not working, it just flipped the entire system off. I can definitely see that that could be the issue, another one I thought of is, at the time I didn't realize that DVI doesn't play audio, only video and I didn't have a optical cable connected. I decided to avoid the hassle, sell the TV and purchased one that has HDMI. Muuuuch better.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
http://wzpo.ask.com/r?t=p&d=cap&s=fwpus&c=a&l=zr&o=sb&sv=0a300516&ip=29b28a2c&id=9C081BFE154A69ACB38D55982924AB2E&q=manual+of+harman+kardon+avr+120&p=1&qs=121&ac=29&g=33c8zcdlUuHiRw&en=te&io=0&ep=&eo=&b=alg&bc=&br=&tp=d&ec=10&pt=Harman%20Kardon%20AVR%20120%20Receiver%20Owner's%20Manual&ex=tsrc%3Dtxtx&url=&u=http://www.manualnguide.com/download/manual-guide/harman-kardon-avr-120-receiver-owners-manual.html. have a look in manual above from page 9.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
You seem have a problem with a component in that channel, the bad news is that it is hard to fix that type of problem (you would be better off if the channel died). All of the components in the final output section are part of the same audio loop (per channel), which makes it hard to find the faulty part.
Sounds to me like a bypass or coupling capacitor is faulty or need to be re-soldered, either way to fix this problem you should take it in to a repair shop.
I hope that helps and sorry for the bad news.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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