Question about Pioneer Audio Players & Recorders
I bought receiver with no remote and this is what remote i was sold as replacement remote
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Pioneer receiver VSX-D411
Yes techtod you are right you do have to tell the receiver what you want it to do usually on the front panel you can access set up menu and go into input set up This is an example Say you plugged the dvd into optical one or coax 1 you must go to the input that says dvd click down till you highlight dig input and then select optical 1 or coax 1 there can be as many as 8 digital inputs so just check wich one you plugged it into and then tell the amp then you should be back to watching your digital movies
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
And the problem is? Your receiver setup determines what gets sent to the sub from ANY source.
The indicators are to inform you of how many channels are encoded into the digital source. If a source-dependent LFE channel is encoded, it should light up. Check the source's setup to make sure it knows you have a sub and is configured for a discrete LFE channel.
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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