Question about Denon Audio Players & Recorders
With power off - press and hold the "INPUT MODE" & "SPEAKERS" buttons and press power. All display segments should blink. Let go of buttons and reset is complete.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: connect denon 1709 to my tv
I will assume that your TV is an HDTV capable unit. Since I also would assume that the Denon AV1709 is properly setup in your listening room/Home Theater. You will need to purchase one HDMI cable from the Denon to the TV input. This cable must be long enough to go from the Denon to the TV with length to spare. The more money spent on a better quality HDMI cable will pay dividends on how much better the screen will appear. On the back of the Denon is an HDMI output labeled "Monitor Out" that the new cable will go into, and the other end of the cable will go into the TV input labeled HDMI. On the remote I would search for a button labeled "Input" or "Source" and on the screen I would look for the input that would reflect the same input you put the HDMI cable into in the TV. If your TV doesn't have HDMI inputs see if it does have "Component input" on the back The information will be similar but will reflect the different Input and Outputs you may need to use. The cables will be more complicated but they are color coded just for you. Red goes to Red, Blue goes to Blue, Green Goes to Green. Enjoy Re-Post if you need further information.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
SOURCE: denon avr -1709 how
SWITCH OFF THE UNIT..PUSH AND HOLD DOWN BOTH SPEAKER A AND SPEAKER B BUTTON WHILE HOLDING DOWN BUTTONS TURN ON MAIN POWER THE DISPLAY WILL FLASH WAIT FOR 3 FLASHES THEN RELEASE. THIS WILL RETURN EVERYTHING BACK TO RFACTORY DEFAULT
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
This is a case where the audio output ic's have failed, you describe a popping sound which is a classic sign of total audio collapse. Since this was a professional installation, I recommend a top of the line audio technician with an estimate in mind.
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
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After you attempt to turn on the Denon if it turns off after 4 seconds and the standby light starts blinking you have an internal fault and it needs fixing by a professional.Try disconnecting all the speakers and turn it on to confirm any errors on your part.
Posted on Mar 09, 2011
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