I am experiencing failure of three input channels (to date) on my Denon AVR1603. I am a Senior Electronics Engineer and am used to repairing audio equipment. You mentioned in one of your feedbacks that you have a service manual for this unit. Would it be possible to Email me a copy of this manual so that I can remedy my problem?
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If the DENON has an HDMI output, and your TV has an HDMI input, then use a HDMI cable. Then, use the TV's remote-control to select "source" (or "input") as 'HDMI 2' or 'HDMI 3' (assuming that you have been using 'HDMI 1' to watch TV).
I would change your setting on your receiver to digital. its probably on analog. look for a button that says that. You might have to change your input have a look at the rear and see if it says, DVD optical or CD and choose that input.
If you have the User Guide for the Denon 3300, go to the "setting the digital inputs" section. The input settings are in the on screen menu called "system setup menu", then move down to "digital inputs". Make sure that input you are having problems with is selected properly to "Optical". The Denon 3300 guide is a mess I know and not user friendly in the least. I have been using the 3300 for 9 plus years with no failures.
If the RCA TV has HDMI input connect as follows: 1.Connect an HDMI cable from the Directv box to an HDMI input on the Denon. 2.Connect an HDMI cable from the HDMI out-put on the Denon to the RCA TV 3.Select input the DirecTV is connected to at the Denon, at TV select HDMI input Denon is connected to TV. 4.On front of denon press the input mode button to select auto If the RCA TV has Component input (Green,Red,Blue) connect as follows: 5.Connect Component Video and Audio cables from the Directv box to a Component Video and Audio input on the Denon (TV, DBS,VCR). 6.Connect a Component Video cable from the Denon to the RCA TV Component Video input. 7.Select input the DirecTV is connected to at the Denon, at TV select component input Denon is connected to TV.
8.On front of denon press the input mode button to select aut
If the RCA TV has Composite input (Yellow) connect as follows: 9.Connect Composite Video and Audio cables from the Directv box to a Composite Video and Audio input on the Denon (TV, DBS,VCR). 10.Connect a Composite Video cable from the Denon to the RCA TV Compositet Video input.
11.Select input the DirecTV is connected to at the Denon, at TV select composite input Denon is connected to TV. On front of denon press the input mode button to select auto
TV has Component input (Green,Red,Blue) connect as follows: 1.Connect Component Video and Audio cables from the Cable box, PS3, DVD or Sat box to thea Component Video and Audio input on the Denon (TV/DBS, DBS,VCR1 VRS2, VDP or DVD). 2.Connect a Component Video cable from the Denon to the TV Component Video input. 3. If you do not have a cable or sat box and have a cable from the wall to the TV you must take an RCA(Red&White) audio out of the TV to an input listed in #1
The only thing you need is an optical audio cable (toslink) connecting the Blu-ray blayer with one of the three inputs on the AVR3802. Then assign this input in the system menu to the input you like (e. g. DVD) and that should be it. The Receiver automatically detects the sound format from the Blu-ray and changes from stereo to DTS, DD5.1, 7.1 or whatever.
THe easiest way to hook an iPod or any other personal audio player to almost any audio receiver is to pick up a cable having a stereo miniplug (like the plug on your earbuds) on one end, and two RCA plugs on the other end. You should be able to get this cable from almost any electronics or discount store for under $10. The miniplug goes in the iPod's earphone jack, and the RCA plugs connect to an unused input on your receiver. Inputs marked "AUX" or "CD" are a good choice, or even a "TAPE" input. Set the iPod to about 3/4ths volume and adjust the receivers controls for desired volume.