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I have no sound coming out of my speakers for the reciever that is hooked up to my tv. i have 2 of the spekers hooked up and the audio cable plugged in to the tv but im getting no sound from the tv t

I have a kenwood vr-405 audio-video receiver. I have plugged in the audio cables to the receiver and the tv but i get no sounds coming out. and yes i do have 2 of the speakers hooked up as well

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Hi,try going into your tv setting and see if thers a setting for ext speaker as sometime ther is ,this is the place i would look and the only place i would think the fault would be ,you say audio cable i take it you mean
rca cables [two cables] if not check them but i dont think its both of them faulty,def in setting somewere.good luck

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SOURCE: how do i get dolby digital to work on my kenwood vr0405 reciever?

Make sure your source is playing something that has been recorded in dolby digital, not all dvd's and tv boxes transmit dolby digital. what is your source?

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SOURCE: reear speakers not putting out sound

If the TV sound source is through stereo RCA cables you'll only get rear sound if you choose one of the DSP modes. A digital source might work as expected, IF you have things correctly set up for multi-channel.

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SOURCE: Kenwood vr-405 receiver

I have the 405 as well. My TV has an optical out and I run that straight to the 405 optical input. I set the input selector to DVD/CD (not DVD)and presto! TV audio out my speakers. It all comes down to the audio connections on your TV.

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SOURCE: how to hook up a kenwood audio-video surround

hello all you need is a good pair of RCA cables.

Use the audio output on the TV
run it to the VIDEO 1 input on the receiver


as for your DVD player vcr etc you can either run them directly to the tv as it will output whatever sound is playing to the receiver.

or

use the receiver as a video switcher and connect your components directly to it.

remember your receiver will need to be set to the input you use. ie: video 1 / dvd etc..

Hope that helps

Posted on Jan 11, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a new Samsung 47 in LCD and Kenwood DVD

Without additional equipment it can't be done. As i see your VR-606 pure analog device, and you trying to somehow use 5.1 sound from HD STB that is on HDMI put on RCA connectors of your VR-606. It is impossible without converter from HDMI to Analog audio or something likethis, best way to buy new receiver with HDMI input and TV neither Receiver with HDMI out oportunity. Then you will have your home cinema. In your current setup probably you can play only with stereo from your stb.

Posted on Apr 19, 2010

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