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I have my cable box connected via HDMI to my SR-5002. From the SR-5002 I am connected to a new Samsung Series 4 (430) HDTV using HDMI cable. I get sound from the receiver when the TV is off, but no sound when I turn on the TV. The picture is fine.

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  • timothy_mill Jul 12, 2009

    not sure I understand. Do I need to connect additional audio cable from my cable box to the receiver or from the receiver to the TV?

  • timothy_mill Jul 12, 2009

    You need an audio cable from the tv to the receiver for the audio from the tv in order to get this setup to work.




    Can I use component cables?


    From the TV's audio out, connect to the receiver's audio in. Do I need to run separate audio cables from the cable box into the receiver. To watch TV, my receiver is set to DSS-HDMI...does this need to change.


    Thx

  • timothy_mill Jul 12, 2009


    must be doing something wrong...


    I have left my HDMI connected (by the way the Marantz is HMDI 1.1 and TV rated from 1.3 or newer)

    From the TV's audio out, connect to the receiver's audio in??? I guess I am not sure where to connect to on the Marantz






  • timothy_mill Jul 12, 2009

    You nailed it...thanks, now I can relax

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Hi

From reading your post you have the connections around the wrong way. If I am understanding you correctly this is your connection.

cable box - stereo amp - TV

Your connection should be

cable box - TV - stereo amp

You will first need to connect your cable box to TV via HDMI - then use RCA out on your TV to send sound to your amp (RCA in). If your TV has another method of audio out compatible with your amps audio in connections you can use this also e.g HDMI.

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You need an audio cable from the tv to the receiver for the audio from the tv in order to get this setup to work.


Benjamin

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    Benjamin Patri Jul 12, 2009

    You need an audio cable from the tv to the receiver for the audio from the tv in order to get this setup to work.




    Can I use component cables?
    yes you can

    From the TV's audio out, connect to the receiver's audio in. Do I need
    to run separate audio cables from the cable box into the receiver. No you do not
    To
    watch TV, my receiver is set to DSS-HDMI...does this need to change.
    Depends on what input you are using. it is probably fine

    Thx no problem

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