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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes, there is something you can try, to know where to look for the problem if this happens again. If the receiver is still under warranty, just send it back, otherwise, open up the amp and trace the path back from the speaker channel to the capacitors on each channel, this is usually the problem(you should be able to see if it is blown, cheap to repair).
If all the channels went out at the same time, there is something wrong with the central unit, to repair that, if it is not the above problem, cost expensive.
Hope this can help you.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
Use your remote to get into the Menu. Look for something called audio, or audio properties. In there you can choose your inputs (sources) and output choices.
On the remote itself, there should be a button called input, or source. That would be for things input to the TV.....such as dvd, vcr.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
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This is how the connection is suppose to be, DVR "OUT", to TV "IN" using the RCA plugs, then press AV on the TV. If this is how you connected it, then maybe there is something wrong with the video wire (Yellow).
As for the DVD, you need to connect an Audio wire separately because the component Red + Green + Blue wire only stands for video. Audio is Red and White, this must be connected for you to get sound from the DVD.
To connect the Audio for your DVD player, connect Red and White wire to Audio "OUT" of your DVD player, to "AUX" in of your AVR 146 receiver, then select AUX on your receiver and sound will come out from your DVD through the receiver.
I hope this is not complicated for you. This connection is simple, all you need is to understand the basics which is OUT and IN. If you want to watch DVD on your TV, this means the DVD will be good OUT to IN of the DVD. The same goes for audio.
If you don't understand, please let me know so that I can direct you further.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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Mar 28, 2011 | Denon AVR-3300 Receiver
In the rare case where the unit's operation or the displays seem abnormal, the cause may involve the erratic
operation of the system's memory or microprocessor.
To correct this problem, first unplug the unit from the AC wall outlet and wait at least three minutes. After the
pause, reconnect the AC power cord and check the unit's operation. If the system still malfunctions, a system
reset may clear the problem.
To clear the AVR 335's entire system memory including tuner presets, output level settings, delay times and
speaker configuration data, press and hold the Tone Mode Button (5) buttons for three seconds. The unit
will turn on automatically.
NOTE: Resetting the processor will erase any configuration settings you have made for speakers, output
levels, surround modes and digital input assignments, as well as the tuner presets. The unit will be returned
to the factory presets, and all settings for these items must be reentered.
If the system is still operating incorrectly, there may have been an electronic discharge or severe AC line
interference that has corrupted the memory or microprocessor.
If these steps do not solve the problem, consult an authorized Harman Kardon service center.
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