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Re: No sound from TV
Check the fuse output line in the speaker! or maybe you are in protect mode! checkout the speaker, maybe you have defective speaker, thats why your unit in protect mode, thats why no sounds coming out!
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Depends on your sources and connections. If you have Cable Box, DSS, FIOS, etc. Audio would be from Coaxial or Digital Optical from the respective source. You would need to check the Audio settings on the Cable Box, DSS, etc. If you are using Cable or off-air, direct from the TV, it would be connected from the analog audio (rca) or Digital Optical output from the TV and The Audio out setting on the TV should be set to Fixed. On the Sony Receiver, make sure all inputs in settings menu for audio are set to auto. Hope this helps, if you still have a problem, post a reply/comment with any other equipment you have connected between TV & Receiver
you want to listen your TV on your Stereo system thru your receiver,
** you need to connect "Audio Output " RCA jacks or "Optic cable output" of your TV ** to "AUX input "
or "Any input" of your receiver ( except Phone ) or "Optic Cable input" ** than just switch to
respective mode on RECEIVER corresponding your RCA or Optic connection... There you go..Your TV sound is on the Receiver..
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There are four digital connectors on the back of the unit: 2 optical and 2 coaxial. They are marked a s 1 2 3 4. 1 and 2 are optical, 3 and 4 - coaxial. Also you have front optical connector marked as F.
You can connect 5 digital sources to your receiver. For example, connect your DVD to input 2 (optical) by optical cable and connect your DSS to input 3 by coaxial cable. Assign DVD to digital 2 and DSS to digital 3 in input setup menu.
This amp is prone to blowing video boards if connection are made while power is still on . take video cable from component like dvd etc and plug directly to tv. If picture take same cable and connect to cable (monitor out to tv), in other words bypass the amp to see if cables are working.make sure earth is connecting to earth and centre to centre. if you get picture connect to amp. make sure power is off. Select dvd and make sure dvd is connected to dvd video input. if no picture connect on dss in put and switch to dss just to check if other video inputs is working. check also in menu that video setting is according to desired video input like video or component1 etc
If the only thing not working is the optical input, it is possible that the optical converter is defective. Without seeing the actual unit and testing the IC, I can't say for sure. If you have test equipment, let me know and we will attempt to track this down.
Hi, I have just completed this installation myself.
You are correct, HDMI to Amp Input from Bluray and then HDMI from Amp output to TV. Coloured cables are not required to operate the bluray now.
The zone 2 will only play analog sources - so you must hook up the output from the tv/cable/dss on it's analog (RCA Jacks) into an input on the Onkyo. You might also have to enable this output from you tv/cable/dss.