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What is wrong with my phillips dfr 1600 dvd/cd player av receiver, electricity is running to the unit, the speakers are connected correctly but no sound comes out. I have tried the speakers with a dif

What is wrong with my phillips dfr 1600 dvd/cd player av receiver, electricity is running to the unit, the speakers are connected correctly but no sound comes out. I have tried the speakers with a different receiver and they are working fine, what is the problem.

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Check whether mute is on.check headphone output is coming or not.if headphone output is coming then your major problems solved rest we have to see.

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SOURCE: Connecting subwoofer to receiver.

have u checked that the sub option on the reciver is on?

Posted on Jan 31, 2006

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SOURCE: Zone 2 speakers will play from tuner but not from cd player

I have the denon as well two zones. 5 speakers inside and 2 speakers outside- can you play both zones at once? meaning can i watch tv in the 5 zone area inside. And play my IPOD in the outside speakers at the same time? PLEASE HELP! thx

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The posabilities is power amplifier on your reciever is bad,
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Posted on Apr 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Zone 2 speakers only work with the tuner - no

hi,

zone 2 will only work with analog sources so if your dvd, cable and other devices are connected via HDMI, that alone won't work. What you need to do is hook up RCA (red and white) cables from the dvd player to dvd in of the receiver and same thing for your satellite box (and other sources.) no need to change any setting on the receiver. This way, the HDMI will take care of your main room speakers and the RCA will feed your zone 2 speakers.

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I need a connection Diagram for the RX-V465 Yamaha receiver

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HDTV inherently provides a superior sound quality simply because the sound of HDTV is digitally transmitted. The difference in sound between an HDTV television and an analog television is rather noticeable. In fact, it is directly analogous to the difference between the music on CD's compared to the music on audiocassette tapes.

The difference in sound quality provided by HDTV televisions and programming does not end there. Many HDTV programs are also broadcast in Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound, but in order to take full advantage of this technology, it is necessary to have the right equipment.

Dolby technology has been created by Dolby Laboratories, Inc. This technology is the most renowned provider of digital audio technology. Also, Dolby Laboratories is known for reliable and superior products. For these reasons, Dolby Digital Surround has become the standard for HDTV. Many television manufacturers substitute their own surround sound systems, but they cannot live up to the reputation and performance of Dolby. Therefore, it important to check the specs on an HDTV television before buying in order to ensure that it uses Dolby Digital Surround.

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The placement of these speakers is very important for the quality of the surround sound. The Center Channel Speaker should be centered either above or below the television. The Front Left and Right Speakers should be placed in an arc formation in line with the Center Channel Speaker. The Surround Left and Right Speakers, on the other hand, should be placed to the left and right sides behind the listening position. Many people choose to wall mount these speakers.

The third option for taking advantage of the Dolby Digital Surround System included in an HDTV television is to use an external set of front speakers can be connected to the HDTV television. This configuration is useful if there is not enough room to set up the external surround sound system and the HDTV does not come with Dolby Digital Surround installed. This isn't true surround sound, but it is a viable alternative to those who can't take advantage of the first two formats.

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