Question about JVC RX-7010V Receiver
I am having difficulty using the TV Sound / DBS input. I currently have my cable plugged into this via the composite cables. The manual says to press the 'TV Sound / DBS' button the front of the unit to toggle between 'TV Sound' and 'DBS' sound and audio. However, pressing the button does nothing. This is true for the 'Tape / CDR' input also.
try all the possibilitys of connecting cables between the outputs & inputs exept the ones that r allready working maybe theres a wrong connection inside the reciver windman
Posted on Jan 31, 2006
Does you television have an "Optical Audio Output"? This would be the best and easiest way to get surround sound from your system. If your TV has an optical output the you can use an Optical Cable to connect the TV to the reciver. This way whatever you are watching from the TV will be in surround sound. The HDMI connection sends a surround sound signal from each device to the television. If you connect it to this output on the TV then make sure the optical output is turned on in you telivison's menu. If your TV does not have an Optical Audio Output then you will need to connect each optical output from the blu-ray and HDbox to your reciever. Your reciever will need to have two Input channels(one for each device). Then you can select that input to the device(blu-ray or HDbox) that you are using. The optical cable is the best way to go for surround sound because it is pure digital and produces the best sound. If the HDbox or Blu-Ray does not have an optical output then you will need the six rca jacks to get the surround sound. Let me know further info on what you have so I can assist you more.
Posted on Jun 26, 2010
SOURCE: I'm trying to connect a
I'm not totally sure this will work but give it a shot.
Your remote has two slider switches on it and a "source" button. I would slide the Audio/Video Switch to Audio. And I would Slide the other switch to the "tape" positions. Then I would push the "Source" button. That may activate the traditional "tape monitor" switch functions used in traditional preamp designs. Give it a try.
If there is a jumper going from the pre-amp sections to the power amp sections, you could put the 802's EQ in that loop. I have the feeling that this feature is not part of Denon's designs.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Jan 15, 2011
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SOURCE: I plugged my PS3 into
Looking into the optics is a bad idea, for one. Did you type this using your remaining good eye ;-)
Light is a carrier, it is NOT audio.
Have you assigned tha toptical "DVD" connection to DVD?
Just for laughs, try the optical cable in each input.
Make sure the optical cable has no small-radius bends as that reduces its light.
Is your PS3 sending audio out of its optical cable?
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
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