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Sanyo DH405 Cannot use remote on direct tv remote to volume or mute connected to Sanyo model dh405 home theater

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SOURCE: No Audio Out through the Optical OUT jack

just press the DVD button on the remote contol and you will be ok.. :)

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

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SOURCE: no sound though home theater when watching tv

There is an orange button on the remote, half way down in the middle. I belive it has orange lettering and says something like "TV-?" press that, and the sound should start to come through your speaker system. You can then use the original remote that came with your TV and turn the sound off on the TV to use just the theatre system. I noticed that if you use the TV speakers in conjunction with the theatre system, that it echo's.

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Time Warner Remote Code to work volume for Philips Home Theater

after much trial and error i found a code that partially works.... 3025

it controls volume, power, mute and the c button on the remote controls the genre of music. AND THATS ALL. no analog of songs no fwd or rwd, its better than nothing though

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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sounds like the tv needs to be programmed to variable output on the audio control section in the main menu.

Posted on May 17, 2009

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When I click on the volume on my remote it just says home theater volume on the tv and the volume is not going up. How can I change it so that I can turn up the volume through my remote?


Try connecting your TV audio to a different input, for example DVD, and controlling volume that way. My Yamaha amp TV volume control does not work so I use another input.

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If your TV and sound system both have a Digital Optical Out/In you can use a TOSLink cable (an optical cable) to connect your TV directly to your sound system, and remove the connection between the DISH receiver and the sound system. As long as your sound system is on the right input, all sound accompanying the picture on screen will go to your sound system. Most TVs also have an option to turn off the internal speakers, if not just reduce your volume all the way down to avoid that weird ghost sound effect. If you use your sound system all the time for volume, you can program the sound system to your DISH remote's AUX, and even set the remote so that it only sends volume and mute commands to the sound system (that way you don't have to dance between sat, tv, and aux all day, just leave it in sat mode).

To program your remote to the sound system, follow the instructions on the sheet you got with the remote (yeah, right like anyone kept that) http://www.mydish.com/support/remotecodes you can use that link to program your remote. You can also use the learning mode if your remote has a little glossy square on the top left side and you have the original remote to the sound system. (Learning mode can be gleaned from the remote manual Remote Control Manuals)

After programming the aux device, and verifying that it changes the volume up, down, and mute, THEN:

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When I connect my Sony Google TV to my SANYO TV through a HDMI cable, it does not work. Please any suggestions? SONY TV model = Sony RMVZ320 Remote Control SANYO model = SANYO MODEL DP50747 ed it int


First of all, be sure that your SANYO TV is on the correct input for the HDMI port you're using. If that checks out, you might check to see that another device (e.g. blu-ray player, laptop, cable receiver, etc...) works with the SANYO TV using that same HDMI cable and port. If it does work, perhaps your Google TV box is set for a higher resolution than your SANYO TV supports.

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The volume does not change when connected to my tv. The volume does change when i play dvd's. I have had it working before but since I have moved it does not. please help.


TV remote varies the TV amplifier drive - you are probably plugged into the "line" output of the TV (which is before the TV amplifier). Line out is a fixed level (your DVD preamplifier is controlled by the DVD remote).

Anyway, with the TV on - go to the home theater box and increase the volume there. Once you get that set, you should be able to use the Home theater remote to always control the volume for everything displayed on your TV (except channel changes)

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I can't get my philips 47pfl3603d/f7 to work with a coby dvd968 home theater system the tv has one spdif coaxial out and coby also has one i pluged the cable, still can't get to hear my tv channels thru...


Hi there,

You need to select the source of your home theater system. Press <SOURCE> on the home theater remote to switch between DVD, TUNER, and LINE modes. Select LINE, then you should now hear audio from your TV, Please make sure that your TV is not muted, just increase the volume until you hear audio on home theater. Also increase the volume of your home theater.

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Check what is input number of S-Video in TV and select that av input with TV remote.

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Need to get more granular on this, Does the volume work HT remote, for like radio, cd, ipod audio? For you to use the tv audio through the HTB the tv's audio settings should be on the "fixed" output option. This gives a line level to the Amp independant of the tvs volume adhjustment. Otherwise you will need to adjust tvs volume 75% or so before the audio amp will reproduce a good volume. Turn down audio amp prior to making any adjustments. Let me know thx

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