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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kenwood vr-5900 no sound
Check you settings on the receiver. get into the menu of the unit and check the "Audio" settings. if you can choose by specific input, select "Digital" otherwise, select "Auto" that should correct the problem. If you still have a problem, post a comment and I can help you troubleshoot some more.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
Each digital input is assigned a name and a function by you. You have to dig out the manual and assign the digital inputs.
My $.02. Why do you not want to use the coaxial imputs? There is no functional superiority of one over the other BUT coaxial is a) cheap, since it uses standard RCA cables; b) adaptable, since you can splice or split them among two devices; c) not delicate or prone to failure due to tight bends. I share one coaxial input between two digital device with an RCA splitter cable. Just have to make sure to turn the one I'm not using OFF. Try that with optical.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
I have the same tuner with the same problem. I have 2 pairs of Bose Acoustimas speakers and a pair of their sub woofers. I found it was the vibration from the subwoofers were causing so much vibration even using monster wire the crackling was caused by wire vibration at the speaker or subwoofer. if you are using twisted wire with a banana plug on the end or straight twisted wire into the speakers the constant vibrartion eats into the wire. Just pull the wires out re twist or tin (solder) the tips or move to a different location on the banana plug and really twist it will getting a bite into the wire. If you are using straight banana plugs use a screwdriver in the 4 slots to make them fatterso they stay tight. if they are RCA jacks pinch down the 4 outside tabs so they grip harder. Viva La France.
Posted on Feb 12, 2012
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