I have no sound from amp wen i have the tv on.the dvd sound is ok
I have connected my denon 1803 amp up the best i can but i cant get no sound from the amp wen the tv is on ... can any one help or advise me were im going wrong or send me a diagram of the best cables and were to put them ..my tv is a samsung ps50a557s3fxxu...dvd player is a panasonic dmr-e50 ..thanx
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Re: i have no sound from amp wen i have the tv on.the dvd...
You have to also connect the audio from the devices to the Denon. Unless you are using HDMI I would use the Denon as the audio / video switcher and the plasma as a monitor only (video lcable from Denon to plasma or you can connect all your devices to the plasma audio / video and use the audio out from the plasma to an input on the Denon (Aux, Video or VCR
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The best way to connect an older IPod or other MP3 player to the AVR-1803 is to use a 3.5 mm (M) to RCA audio cable. This will work for audio on all IPods (and video on some of the older IPods). Here's an example: http://www.amazon.com/3-5mm-Audio-Video-Cable-iPod/dp/B000STBSU4 . Connect the 3.5 mm end to the headphone jack; the RCA plugs go into one of the AVR-1803 RCA inputs.
Connect the 3.5mm cable to the iPod headphone output and the two RCA plugs into any unused analogue audio input on the Denon AVR 1803. Then choose the appropriate input on the Denon, press play and enjoy the music. Be careful about volume. Start with the volume on the iPad low and adjust to suit.
Check to see that ALL the speakers are connected. To the right places too. Can you get any sound out of the headphone jack? Make sure there isnt a tape monitor function selected. That will kill all the inputs.
If you still get no output after those checks , I'd say a component or two went good-bye in the power amp section of your unit
http://www.retrevo.com/s/Denon-AVR-1803-Receivers-review-manual/id/363bh838/t/1-2/ please have a look in user manual above. regarding your dvd check for yellow socket named dvd video in----or change your video cable.
if you have three cable----y---cb------cr.confirm that you connect it in similar places in receiver video in(video 1---or---video 2)-then select the right input source----check that your cable is good and working.
I am a Tech in Michigan and have worked on lots and Lots of Denon AV Receivers. These units have Protection circuits for Overcurrent, Dc Protect, 15v Regulator inbalance, Rail Voltage Inbalance, Low Ac Voltage, Low Standby Voltage and Thermal Protection just to name the ones I remember. My guess is you Probably have either Poor Intermittent solder connections or Amp is not Ventillating Properly. Make sure you leave room above Receiver to Vent and You are using no Less then 6 ohm speaker Impedance per ch. Refer to Speaker Impedance chart on back panel . firstname.lastname@example.org