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Conecting a mp3 player to receiver?( Sherwood RD-6500)

I used my mini RCA cables and plugged them into the front video /audio jacks and no sound. I have it set to AUX. Please help, thanks

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The front panel jacks are Video 3 according to my manual. Aux is on the back panel.

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Access my optical port


Not sure if you have the manual, but it can be downloaded here:

http://www.manualslib.com/manual/152109/Sherwood-Rd-6500.html

Got caught in bad link hell at the SherwoodUSA.com
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You can't get ANY audio to work on receiver's Monitor Out (which is a component video OUTPUT intended for your TV, not an audio input from it).

Read the manual and get a handle on what those 3 jacks are for (page 6).

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Sherwood-RD-7502-Receivers-manual/id/2536ag207/t/2/

Then, if you really need audio from the TV (instead of or in addtion to the probable Cable/SAT Box that originates TV-related programming), just run the audio out from the TV to any available Line Level audio input. The Cable/SAT box is the BEST place for the BEST TV-related audio and it will be available digitally.

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That's what manuals are for.

Video Out on the receiver goes to Video In on the TV. That's all you really need.

I recmmend you grab any TV-related audio from wherever its source is for the highest fidelity sound (NOT the TV).

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I would run toslink optical if you have it, if not then use coaxial digital from your TV output to receiver input. this will handle all the sound that goes with watching TV from any source(dvd player, cable, etc)

I would run the DVD player into the TV hopefully with HDMI cable so you get the surround sound.

the television can split off the audio information from the HDMI and send it back through the toslink cable to the receiver which decodes it into surround sound for your speakers.

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The TV has a coaxial digital (SPDIF) output, and the receiver has two coaxial digital inputs available. Simply connect the TV's output to the receiver with the appropriate cable (shielded cable with RCA plugs) and select the input on the receiver. The TV manual says you only get digital output when watching a digital channel. The manuals for both your TV and receiver can be downloaded from the manufacturers' websites if you need copies.

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Also if you have an external source such as a DVD player - i would assume you have already checked its output volume setting?

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CHECK THE ALL THE CABLES (RCA) .
i think missing ground sheeld .
or smoothing capacitors are leak.or power output section faulty.
can you poen the cover and check circuit board get wet anyhow,
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What model RC? Doesn't its manual give some clues?

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