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CANNOT GET DIGITAL SIGNAL ON RECEIVER

I connected a digital optical jack between my Blu-Ray player and my JVC RX-6010 audio-video receiver and could get no sound. Also, when I try to access the DVD Digital on the receiver, I get analog with sound or auto with no sound. Note that I only get sound when using regular audio jacks. The digital does not show up. The receiver does not seem to have an input for optical. Could there be a connection issue?

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im thinking the reciever is set to get its audio from somehwere other than the dvd, sounds like you did most of the troubleshooting but do you get audio out of the reciever if its just playing the radio or something other than a dvd?

Posted on Feb 13, 2008

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SOURCE: JVC RX-9010V - Setting up Digital Inputs

Just to the left of the volume is a "settings" button. Press it and cycle through the options until you reach "Digital Coax," then use the "Control" up and down buttons to change the assigned source.

Posted on Jul 04, 2008

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SOURCE: Hi yes i have the jvc RX-8030v and i have a issue

All digital inputs are compatible with any standard physically-compatible audio source. Disregard the labeling of the individual ports. They all function the same. You assign them as necessary. If you have more than one device with only coaxial digital audio you can share it between two sources on the solitary coaxial digital input if you use an RCA Y-cable AND (this is important) only turn one of the source devices on at a time for listening.

Posted on Oct 03, 2011

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This receiver is equipped with two DIGITAL IN terminals-one digital coaxial terminal and one digital optical terminal.
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