Question about Harman Kardon DVD47 DVD A/V Player ETA 4/06
I have a AVR146 connected to a 1080 42-inch Panasonic Plasma TV/Blue Ray disc player and I can't use the HK146 as a sound source. The FM works OK... I am using HDMI cables for everything.
Setup mentioned something about "S" video cable, but it doesn't tell you where to hook it up (can't see the on-screen menu (146) either. Starting to wonder if I shoun't just return it for a Sony system. What do you think?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, I didn't end up fixing the Blu-ray issue, but the TV issue was caused by just inverting the positive and negative cable going into my speaker. Odd enough, instead of just not working, it just flipped the entire system off. I can definitely see that that could be the issue, another one I thought of is, at the time I didn't realize that DVI doesn't play audio, only video and I didn't have a optical cable connected. I decided to avoid the hassle, sell the TV and purchased one that has HDMI. Muuuuch better.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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Hi and welcome to FixYa,
Offhand should work more than OK. Even if the 520 is only pushing 75watts per channel, you have 2 X for the front KSB-2.1 (left & right) plus another 75 for the Polk Audio center in addition to 250watts built-in amp of the Velodyne CT-150. What would be better is another pair of KSB-2.1 or comparable for the surround (another 2 X 75 and widening the separation).
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Posted on Dec 16, 2008
First try ensuring that "OPT 1, 2, or 3" function is selected depending which one you are using on the H/K 146 (see manual for selection instructions). Next please ensure that the PS3 audio out set to "optical" (Settings/sound settings/audio output settings/digital out+DD 5.1). That should help.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
HDMI cables contain both your audio & video in one cable. Remove your optical cable from the box and disable in in the cable box menu and that should fix your problem.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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