Question about Denon AVR-3806 Receiver
I am trying to watch nfl.com from my pc(dell) and run it through my denon avr 3806 receiver which hooks up to my pioneer pdp6070 hd tv. I have to hook it up in this manner because of accessibility issues in hooking from pc to tv. Therefore I'm trying to hook up in this manner. What cables do I need. Is this receiver capable of doing this. I have it hooked up using hdmi from hidef box to receiver to tv which all runs through the receiver. What cables do I need. The local electronics store personel seem to think s video from pc to receiver and use video imput from there to tv. What are your recommendations on cables to use and how will I achieve this setup? The pioneer tv also has a pc imput source on it if this helps. Also let me know how to set up the receiver to be able to watch what's on the pc. Someone also mentioned a tv sound card on the pc and then use rca cables to denon. I don't think the quality will be that good even if it is possible.
Thanks in advance for any help, Dean
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Posted on Nov 06, 2008
The best way to use the Denon and get your money's worth is to connect all devices to the Denon using HDMI connects if possible, if you use HDMI make sure you assign the audio if needed.
HDMI from Denon to TV. the Denon will upconvert all signals to HDMI to the TV
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
check the setting for the HDMI connection at the Denon you may have to assign the HDMI audio setting also on the front of the Denon while in the DVR mode press the input mode button on the front of the Denon to select auto and if that doesn;t give you sound you will have to connect a cable from the DVR optical.coaxial or analog audio output to the Denon and setup for that type of audio connection
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
SOURCE: My Denon AVR 3806 keeps
Your receiver has short circuit somewhere. The protection circuit shut off the unit to prevent more damage. You can try to disconnect all speakers. If there is not improvement, you need to send your receiver to repair.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
If your using HDMI, pull it from the receiver and run directly to the TV, then run optical or digital coaxial to your receiver. It's referred to in the industry as a "Handshake" issue. It has to do with firmware and hardware of your receiver and continuous ridiculous updates from the recording industry to protect copyright. Hope this helps. If you still have issues, post a comment and I will help you troubleshoot further.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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