The surround sound will not work on the blue ray player or anything else as we found that the receiver is not HDMI audio cabable. spent a ton of money on additional cables to try and get it to work. can we make it work? thanks, Deb
It will work easily. One way you can do this is to use a fiber optic cable coming from the PS3 to the receiver. 2nd way, and this is the way that I run mine is to run the PS3 to your tv, and then run a fiber optic from your tv(if it is a lcd or plasma you should have this) to your receiver.
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Diconnnect the player from the mixer, hook directly to your receiver or amplifier, now try it out, if nothing! replace the audio cords from the player to the receiver/amp, power up both units, hopefully this will work.
Hi, try cleaning the lens with a cleansing disk. if this doesn't produce results, it will confirm a major issue within the lens assembly. you will need to replace the lens assembly in this case. it is unable to track or read in this damaged sate.
Does your Marantz have an "optical" or "digital" out?
If so, use them. Assuming you have a quality receiver/pre-amp/amplifier it will have it's own D/A converters.
If you plug into the receiver's CD inputs you will be using the D/A converters in the Marantz.
If you plug into the DVR/SACD inputs - it depends on the receiver et al.
Try both. See if one sounds better. Select the one that sounds best. For a top-notch system you need high quality from cables to receiver, and speakers. You system can only be as good as your weakest link, so what sounds good/great to your ears, that is the best!
its the ribbon wire inside i have the same deck with the same problem and it cost me 100$ to have it fixed since the warranty was no longer valid any pioneer repair place can do this for you. All you need to do is take them the head unit not the wiring harness so at least you dont have to unhook it all