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No Sound from Denon Receiver

Some tvs don't have a return channel for hdmi audio so you will have to go into the setup of the receiver and set it up to only use the internal amp

Dec 21, 2013 | Denon Audio Players & Recorders

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Dish remote 2 changes channels on both tvs and dish remote 1 changes channels on both tvs

Is the receiver in dual mode? Go to the receiver, open the door, and hit the mode key. If both TVs are still showing the same thing, then the issue is not the mode.

Go to TV 2 (the one without the receiver) and make sure the TV is tuned to channel 60 or 73. If it is still showing the same thing, go to TV1 (the one with the receiver) and hit Menu, system setup, Installation, modulation (menu 6-1-5). make sure the modulation for tv2 matches which channel you put your tv2 on.

Still showing the same thing? check the back of the receiver, the RCA cables (red/white/yellow) are plugged into the TV1 ports not the TV2 ports.

Showing different things but the remote still changes channels on both tvs? Go to TV1, hit menu twice, near the bottom there are two boxes each with a number. This is the address for each remote (tv1 and tv2). On the TV2 remote hold sat until it stays lit, choose a number different than on the screen, touch pound (#), the sat light blinks three times, hit record, the number on the screen should change to match the one you typed in.

Still being silly? Call a priest, you have a poltergeist!

Oct 24, 2013 | DISH Network IR Remote Control

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Sony Bravia audio out to get audio of TV mode to home theatre.

Most tvs the audio out is always on. Some tvs you have to go in the audio part of the tv menu and turn it on. Also if it is optical out you may have to assign the input of your receiver to an optical input. Need a little more info like home theatre brand and how you are running audio out of the tv to the receiver.

Jun 21, 2011 | Televison & Video

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Where can I find the Antenna input on the back of the Hitachi 55PMA550. Just moved house and trying to setup but can't find it.

"HDTV-ready" is a title used for the first generation TVs which could display higher resolution image provided by newer formats, however MISS the ability to receive such channels over-the-air.

Put simply, many such TVs do not have anetanna input - they just do not have a built-in tuner for over-the-air reception by themselves and need an external receiver - be it a cable receiver or just a simple TV receiver box.

Not sure if this applies to your TV, but as I said it's a common thing for most HDTV-Ready ones.

Hope this helps.

Jun 05, 2011 | Hitachi 55PMA550 55 in. HD-Ready Plasma...

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All ready used box once. Now going back to antenna. Not receiving display or menu on T.V. screen.

All TV over the air is transmitted as a digital signal now. In order to see it on an older TV (read Analog), you must have a signal that you can receive(antenna hook up) and a digital to analog converter box. That box allows you to see your digital signal on older TVs. The signal is sent from the antenna to the box via a RF connection, and decoded to channel 3 or 4 (your choice). for further information see Consumer Report at:

Jan 09, 2011 | Insignia Digital-to-Analog Converter for...

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Have a722 reciver uhf remote will not change channels onlly have picture from tv 1


Your 722 receiver may be in single mode. This is the case usually when you have the same picture on both TVs and the remote won't function. On the receiver when it's in single mode, you will have a green light for TV 1 and an amber light for mode under the single box.

To put in dual mode, open the door on the right side of the receiver (the door will open to the right). Once open, in the upper left corner of that area you have a mode button (to the right of the power button). Press the mode button and the amber light will now illuminate under the 2 boxes. The blue light for TV 2 should also illuminate indicating the receiver is now in dual mode. This will separate the 2 TVs and you can now watch different channels on both TVS, plus the remotes will now work. I hope this helps.

Ray Calo
DISH Network

Nov 25, 2010 | DISH Network IR Remote Control

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I have one receiver and two tvs. Regardless of which tv I'm watching or either remote I'm using, the tvs get the same channels. I would like to watch different channels on each tv. Any solution?


It sounds like the receiver may be in single mode which means both TV's will show the same picture. Pressing the mode button on the right side of the receiver will switch it to dual mode allowing both TV's to be used separately.

If the receiver doesn't have a mode button, then the issue could be the TV's are mirroring each other. Confirming the cable connections will tell you if that is the case.

Tommy Faust
DISH Network

Sep 04, 2010 | DISH Network IR Remote Control

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Remote for box 1 is changing channels for remote 2 and remote 2 does not work


Are you getting the same picture on both TVs - TV 1 and TV 2? Depending on the receiver model, you have a mode button either on the front of the receiver or behind a door on the right side of the receiver. You also should have a green (TV 1), amber (mode), and blue (TV 2) lights on the receiver. If TV 2 is one, the blue light should be lit. The amber light should be lit under the dual mode. Press and release the mode button on the receiver to put the receiver in dual mode. The blue light (TV 2) should illuminate now and this will give you independent operation between the two TVs. I hope this helps.

Ray Calo
DISH Network

Jun 18, 2010 | DISH Network IR Remote Control

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What setting do i put the reciever on when i use digital optical from the tv to the reciever

optical outputs from tvs only work if you use the internal tuners and other inputs on the tvs for your sources. then connect it to your reciever.

Nov 02, 2009 | Harman Kardon AVR 235 Receiver

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Pink and blue images occasionally on power up of DISH DVR

Tell me a little more about how the receiver is connected to the tv and if this is present on both tvs at the same time and lastly what brand and model of tv you have. I recently had an issue somewhat similar to this but need more information to make an educated hypothesis.

Apr 18, 2008 | DISH Network ViP622 DVR DTV Receiver /...

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