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I am getting no sound from my speakers. I haven't changed any of the connections and verified all the connections are tight.

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If your tv is putting out mono you will only get the center and sub speakers. This can be because the tv is only mono, or the output is set to mono in a menu of the tv. If you have cable or sat run the digital audio out to you receiver; it usually sound better that way anyhow. Set your receiver to Dolby mode for best sound.

Posted on Aug 27, 2007

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SOURCE: No sound fromDenon AVR-3801

I just had the same problem. Lights up OK, but no sound. Take the case off, and find the harness that goes from the big power supply over to the amplifier board. The harness has grey, yellow blue purple and orange wires and is braided. With receiver on, I unplugged this harness from the board, then plugged back in. You'll see the red light on front flashing. Press power button twice, and see what happens. Worked for me!

Posted on Jan 20, 2008

SOURCE: No sound from digital cable thru AVR3200 after adding HDTV - DVD plays fine

you need a digital coax cable and then connect it to 6.1 also the digital cable type is not a coomon type so check that also

Posted on Jan 23, 2008

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SOURCE: no HDMI video output from AVR-588 receiver to plasma TV ???

You can also use a digital coax cable (color orange) to go into coax 1 for DVD coax 2 for cable box. Just make sure to set the coax in input settings. The coax cables are a little cheaper than the optical cables and work just as well.

Posted on May 10, 2008

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SOURCE: Unable to view setup menu on TV screen

I had this same experience and after hours of attepts to fix it (including the suggestions on this site) I found that the company that installed and set up my system literally disabled the "set up" on the remote so that it could not be changed. To fix this (and/or confirm that this may be your problem) reference page 39, "all reset functions" to reset your remote back to factory settings. As soon as I did this and hit "set-up" -- the set up menu popped up and worked appropriately. Hope this works for you!

Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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WHere do i connect this sound system to as i haven't got instructons?


Connect the power to the power board that supplies mains power to the computer.
Connect the audio input cable from the speakers to the audio out socket on the computer, this is the green socket on the computer.

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You haven't given any details about your Denon amp, such as Model number. Yet I posts this solution. Check the speaker of the defective channel, by using a multimeter. Check the wire that connects to that speaker from amp. If both are Ok, the defect is with the amp itself. Just check whethere 'balance' control of the amp is set to extreme left or right. If it seems to be at one extreme end, make adjust it to the center position.
If all are OK and still you do not get any sound from one channel, the set need repair. OK.

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No sound on the tv but everything else works


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Check whether 'mute' function is On. If it is ON, normally a embelm of speaker with a red cross over it will be displayed on the secreen with most of the TVs. You haven't given any details of your tV, brand name, model number etc:- so, i can oly give you general flault description. If mute is OFF, and still there is no sound output from your TV, check its speaker first. If speake is OK, check the set for it audio output, by connecting it with an external amp, by connecting the audio out rCA socet at the mack of the tv, to the audio 'in' of the amp. If there is audio out from the TV, you can heare audio through amp. If there is no audio from amp also, make sure that the sound fliter circuit inside your tV is faulty. If there is sound through amp, and no sound comes by the loudspeaker of the Tv, make sure that the audiou output section circuit inside your tV has the fault; provided speaker is good. OK.

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I can't get sound out of my amplifier and I haven't changed anything. What could be the problem?


Start by choosing FM on a known frequency with a station broadcasting and volume is turned down to a NORMAL listening level. Next, make sure speaker selector isn't the wrong position (make sure "SPEAKERS OFF/A/B/A+B is set to A [or B to match the speaker terminal connections]), check to be sure "Mute" function is not activated by pressing the MUTE button on the remote to toggle it between on & off, Make sure headphones are disconnected. Make sure "PROTECT" is not displayed on the front as this indicates a shorted speaker wire - shut off and repair the shorted wire(s).

If you get sound on FM, but have an issue with another external component (CD, DVD, Phono, etc.) check the cables between the component and the input panel on the rear of the STR-DE595.

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I have two JBL speakers each 100W and 400W(peak) connected to sony receiver 7 ch each suppoert 110W connect to Karoak with 2 microphones but to sing souunded not good. thinking to get this 250 W PA amp or...


You haven't sufficiently defined what is wrong. "Not good" is subjective. Before you shell out for different hardware you should pinpoint the problem.

The source (you, mics) and the speakers are the most obvious sources of sound quality issues. Properly functioning amplifiers operated within their limits produce effectively undetectable differences in the sound.

Feedback from the speakers to the mics will sound awful.

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I have no sound on my LG32LB9D


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You haven't specified anything about the condition of picture. So I thinks there is no sound; picture OK; and posts this solution. Check out the speaker first. Just place your ear very near to the speaker side of your TV and switch the TV 'ON', by using its main power ON/OFF control [Not with remote control handset]. If you can hear a 'thumb' sound from the speakers the speaker is OK, and the sound output section inside the circuit board of your tV is faulty. Either sound card or audio output IC may be replaced. If you can't hear any 'thumb' sound when you switch ON your TV, the speaker is faulty. Replace the speaker with samee type and impedence. Its impedence will be marked on its magnet [in terms of Ohms]. OK.

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I plugged in my Altec AP3 Speakers to my computer running windows 7. It does not play. i get sound directly from my PC (it had sound prior to plugging in speakers) however the Altec speakers have no sound


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You haven't specified from which computer source you connects this device with. If it is from the audio out socket of the PC, your PC's audio card [or onboard audio] dirive hasn't been installed yet. Unlike WinXP, Win-7 haven't all driver software in its driver cab when it is installed. If onboard sound should energize, the mother board CD should be loaded. There is audio and video drive [normally NVIDIA] drive should be installed. Anyway, you have to install the dirve. Now it disabled. Go to the hardware confujuration of your system, and look whether onboard audio is disabled. If it is disabled, inable it. If there is no driver installed to it, the system will ask CD. Then insert the CD into the CD tray, and follow the instructions. If your Win-7 is registered, you can get diretly into Microsoft site, and can download the driver needed. OK.

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Have checked and double checked all connections, but unable to get any sound. TV is on and sound there is fine, but no sound thru receiver speakers.


You may have checked and double checked but you haven't told US how it's connected for TV sound. The TV itself is a player here (assuming that is how you're sourcing the "TV sound". You could also be grabbing it straight from the Cable/SAT box for all we know. Whichever you use or choose, treat it like any other audio device, ignoring (for now) the audio piece.

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