Same thing happened to me, and I was very puzzled, as the h/p on off only flickered on briefly, and there was nothing in the manual that explained it. troublshooting was also not helpful. Clearly the AVR was able to sense input, but nothing to any speaker.
When seeing solutions here it made sense h/p = Head Phone. Simply blowing in the head phone socket turned it off and fixed it. I'm sure plugging in headphone would also work
Denon av 589. I have had this problem for a month loose sound and control panel a & b speaker unable to switch. Every now and then rapid clicking and speaker on - h/p on. Searched on speaker on no results and unable to find what speaker on was telling me. To night tried putting in a head set from a freind as have never used this feature. Since then no more trouble. Found this site after searching h/p on.
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I connected by Roku to a Denon 1804 Receiver this way:- I plugged the cable that came with the Roku into VCR2 input jack of the Denon. (I used VCR2 because it was available).- Using the remote from the Denon, I made sure the slide switch was on "Audio." (See page 20 of Denon Manual).- I pressed pressed the System Setup button- *System Setup appears in display of Denon- Using the cursor buttons I scrolled to menu Digital in Assignment- I set Menu item 16 Coaxial to VCR2 since that was the input jack I used for the Roku. - After making the selection press the CH Select Enter button to save- To exit the System Setup press the System Setup button again- When using the Roku, select the input source as VCR2 (or whatever jack you used). You should now have sound through the Denon.The most important step is to read the Denon manual starting on page 20
First, does your TV have HDMI connections? If so, you need to connect your home theater to one of those (it doesn't matter which one, although I would choose HDMI1 (you will, of course, need an HDMI cable for this). You will see nothing on your TV screen until you make that connection. Once you do, using the Electro remote, you should be able to access the "set up" menu.
You need to use the monitor output on the denon and go to a video input on your tv, be sure the tv is set to the video input you plugged into on the tv input, then take the denon remote and hit the setup button, should show a on-screen setup
Are you connected with video cables to a tv or "monitor" this is more than likely were the setup is visible for speaker configuration, input assignment etc, most denon receivers work this way so I would suspect you need to re-check the video connection until a set-up picture appears.
YOU NEED TO HAVE A MONITOR OUT CABLE FROM THE DENON COMPOSITE, S-VIDEO, COMPONENT OR HDMI TO AND UNUSED INPUT ON THE TV.
SELECT THAT INPUT ON THE TV AND PRESS THE SETUP BUTTON ON THE DENON REMOTE AND YOU SHOULD GET A VIDEO SIGNAL ON THE TV TO UNLOCK