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How do I get the TV channel for sound to go through my Yahaha HTR-6130 ? What connections or leads do I need to connect the Amp to the TV???

Where do I attach the leads from my TV to the Amp so that I can get sound from the TV to go through my Amp for surround sound????

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Is it a newer flat-panel tv? Should have an optical audio output jack. Just connect that to an optical input on the receiver.

Posted on Jan 23, 2013

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I had similar problem when setting up the YAMAHA remote control for my NEC LCD TV. At the end I found I did not follow the YAMAHA manual properly. Did you hold down the DTV/CBL button, and AT THE SAME TIME press the AV POWER for 3+ seconds? You should be able to "REMOTE SETUP OK" displayed in the front panel of the YAMAHA AV receiver. Hope this helps. BTW, only the TV POWER, TV MUTE and the numeric buttons work in my case.

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You would need 1 component and 1 HDMI cable.

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SOURCE: how to hook up a xbox 360 console to my yamaha 6130 receiver

You will need an additional HDMI cord...you can get them without getting ripped off by purchasing at bluejeanscable.com.

Connect your HDMI out from the xbox to the receiver. Connect the additional HDMI cable to the "out" HDMI connection on the receiver and connect the other end of it to your TV.

Posted on May 08, 2009

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My Yamaha HTR 6130 surround sound amp just froze up on me and won't turn off or on or control the volume ect. I'ts on but will not do anything, I can't control from remote or the unit itself at all.


HI
i think the unit needs to be set back to factory defaults
procedure is
Initializing the HTR 6130

1. Connect the power cable of this unit to the AC outlet.
2. Press the "STANDBY/ON" key while simultaneously pressing the "STRAIGHT" and "AUDIO SELECT" keys.
The self-diagnostic function is activated.
3. Select the main menu "13. FACTORY PRESET".
4. Select the "PRESET RSRV".
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I have Yahama HTR 6130 and trying to connect it to Aaple TV. Do I need 2 HDMI cables - 1 from Apple TV to the LCD & other from DTH to LCD - and one optical wire from Apple TV to HTR6130?


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I have hooked up my DTV box via HDMI to my Yamaha. I have hooked up my Xbox via HDMI to my Yamaha. I have Hooked up my Yamaha via HDMI to my Toshiba flat screen. I can get video from all but I am not...


It could have to do with the settings on each input device (xbox & DVR) -check their audio settings. I have a better solution for your problem though:
Since HDMI supports 7.1 ch of digital sound, I'd recommend using the optical inputs on your HTR-6130 that are made for 5.1 ch sound. I agree that you should be getting sound via HDMI, I was able to from my xbox to my 6130, but it gets cut down to 2 channel sound (good, but pales compared to true 5.1 ch sound). It believe it has to do with Dolby not being backward compatible going from 7.1 to 5.1. Anyhow, in order to get an optical-out on your xbox, you'll need connect with the a/v cables that came with the xbox, along with the HDMI cable. Depending on how old your xbox is, and which model (like an elite edition, etc), You may need to buy a special converter that will allow enough room for both an HDMI connection and the A/V connection. Trust me, I have an HTR-6130 with an xbox and a cable-provider issued box running through it. Optical is the way to go for this particular receiver since it only supports 5.1 ch sound. You can still use the HDMI ports on the receiver as a switch between your two devices, or you could choose to bypass it if you TV has more than one HDMI input port.

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You would need 1 component and 1 HDMI cable.

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