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Hi, and yes there is hope, there's a saying that when something is tedious and or boring to read "it reads like stereo instructions ".The first thing to make sure of is you have a rather stiff connecting cable called a "TOSLINK" cable this has squarish ends and plugs into the "DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT" of the x-box 360 and then plug the other end into whichever input your using for the x-box. A dead giveaway to the jack to use on x-box is that it may actually be lit up red while playing. it also may be labeled "PCM/LPCM" versus digital audio. Anyway that should get you your surround sound on your stereo. Thanks for choosing FixYa, Let us know if there's anything else we can help with,and good luck, Prodzilla
reset the amp by pulling the plug leave for 1 hour disconect the cable box thats the cause the cable box is putting votage into the amp. if the amp is still the same the cable box has detroyed your amp abit of advice these cable boxes are bad news they destroy lots of peoples gear stear clear . any way you amp probably has burnt components loads to fix sorry i have seen this so many times over the years regards kirk ps it not a setting
Your Denon 1905 might be setting it under HDMI for video source.You
need to correct it by going to menu,as you browse through the
setting,you should able to find video select or video output. It is on
Remember,you need to run a composite video cable from the video output
behind your receiver to your TV video input for this step.