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Re: Yamaha DVR C300
Check all the wires and replace them if so needed, i would just replace the speaker wire with the good stuff from the radio shack and if it is not that then it could be a loose wire in the sub and or speakers
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You only need the patch cord hooked up, For it to work,Not both.Allso you have to set your tv to the right in put to get a picture.If your DVD End tv is newer With blue end green jacks on it where they connect up.You will need a new patch cord with Blue end green plugs on it, The old style red white & yellow will not work.
When watching TV or VHS the sound should be stereo and therefor come out of the the 2 front speakers. I suspect you now have sound out of the left front and the center speaker which indicates you connected the center speaker to the right front speakerterminal and the right front to the center terminal.
Just check if all speakers are connected to the correspondent speakerterminal.
If this is correct and the problem persists, try to connect another speaker to the right front terminal to see of the terminal or speaker is not working properly. If another speaker does work on the same connection, your right speaker might be damaged which might not be heard when listening to 5.1 because of the surround sound.
NO., it cant be played thru both when it is in cd/dvd mode because from manufacturing it vl be like that. it cant give its sound to other when in cd/dvd. how am telling is i have YAMAHA yht-165. when i use dvd mode.. the sound wont get thru its output. only works when its in other modes like tuner, md-r, tv, aux.
As long u`ve got audio out on ur Vaio (usually headphone mini jack on laptop`s) use stereo mini jack to RCA (both male plugs) extension cable. U may use video or vcr inputs on Yamaha. Be careful, when adjusting volume on ur Vaio - start from mid range & compare with other sources - DVD, TUNER etc. I`m not sure, but ur model got an optical SPDI/F audio output. In this case use toslink cable.