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Can't change input mode

Hi, I have a Yamaha RX-V530rds. It has 3 optical inputs. D-TV/CBL, DVD and MD/CD-R. But I can only change the input mode from the DVD input, between auto, dts and analog. When I plug in my PS3, TV or Apple TV in to DVD input with auto input mode, everything works fine. Now I would like to plug in all three devices, in the three inputs, but this doesn't work, because I can't change the input mode from the other two inputs. Not even with only one device. Can someone help? Thanks and sorry for the english ;) Andre

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  • Andre Ptsch
    Andre Ptsch Feb 13, 2014

    Fixed it, by resetting the receiver.

  • Andre Ptsch
    Andre Ptsch Feb 13, 2014

    Solved it, by resetting the receiver.

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