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Re: no sound on the Denon receiver
DO YOU GET SOUND ON THE TUNER, WITH A STATION SELECTED?
WHAT TYPE OF CONNECTION IS USED FROM DVD TO DENON?
ON THE FRONT OF THE DENON FIND THE INPUT MODE BUTTON, PRESS UNTIL THE DISPLAY INDICATES AUTO, SOUND MY WORK AGAIN
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The video cables--the green, blue, and red ones must be connected from the video OUT portion of the DVD player to the Component 2 video IN of the Denon. It could be the handshake between your Denon and your television. Do you have anything else to connect to the Denon to see if you get a picture? How are you connecting the Denon to the television? Make sure you have your television on the proper input and check the cables going between it and the Denon.
You have to also connect the audio from the devices to the Denon. Unless you are using HDMI I would use the Denon as the audio / video switcher and the plasma as a monitor only (video lcable from Denon to plasma or you can connect all your devices to the plasma audio / video and use the audio out from the plasma to an input on the Denon (Aux, Video or VCR
I have had the same problem and was told that it is a "board" inside. Essentially it has lost the surround sound ability and can only play things in Direct/Stereo. Mine is just over 2 years and I originally thought my kids had hit a button on the thing causing the issue...ended up paying $100 to trouble shoot it and confirm that it is internal and more expensive to fix than replace. Can't say that I will be buying a Denon again.
Press the input select button on front of receiver until auto is displayed it may be set for analog. Auto mode will play digital signal first then if it does not see a digital input it will check for analog signal. I would set it to auto for all inputs you may use.
Had the same problem - have a 3-yr old Sony DVD without hdmi - used RGB for video (hooked it up directly to tv) and optical cable for audio (connected to OPT-2 in receiver) and problem solved. the standard red/wht audio cables also worked.