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Hooking up multiple components to HTR 6030

We just purchased a Sharp LCD HD TV, Sony BluRay, Yamaha HTR 6030 and have a Rogers HD PVR - we have been trying to set all of this up for the last 3 days and can't seem to get it all to work. We have HDMI cables going from the HR PVR to the TV, another from the Blu-Ray to the TV and we also have an Optical wire going from the Blue-Ray to the Yamaha amp but, we can't seem to get any sound out of the amp. Does anybody know how to set all this up so it actually works??? What plugs into what????

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Once you have installed all the cables to the system, you will need to go in to the Yamaha's system settings (see owner's manual) and assign the audio inputs accordingly. The DVD input will need to be set to the optical input # you have selected. Optical and digital coax are not preset in most cases. Once you get to the input selection assign the digital # for DVD and then exit out. You should begin to hear the audio immediately. If not you missed a step. I do this for a living and every unit has its own routine you need to learn.  Enjoy the system Rob

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