Try another another source that you know works on the vaux to make sure the input is good. you can try plugging your camera into a diff input or directly to your tv. also make sure to take off the lens cap when you make a video.
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All yo need to use for the connection is to get an RCA TO STEREO JACK HEAD (use the google image to see the type of cable).. Connect to denon 700aedab, make sure that the denon 700aedab is on either aux, tunner,video,etc. Those auxillary options on your denon 700aedab.
Connect the RCA into the aux of the denon 700aedab and connect the small jack head into the laptop ( where you plug in earphones),and play and enjoy your music.
If it does not play with aux try tunner, or video, one mustplay,and if it does ot play any, that means either the port of your laptop or the denon 700aedab port is faulty.
And don't forget to connect the speaker,because diffidently you will sure hear absolutely nothing with out the speaker.
Make sure that the volume is not muted or too low on the TV...the TV volume output to your receiver will be performing the function of a pre-amp to your receiver. Then select the appropriate input on the receiver that you have the TV audio connected to.
Are you using a stereo-mini to RCA cable that has a red and a white RCA plug? What I mean is, you should have the one cable coming out of the headphone jack on the computer, and two (left and right) cables going to the receiver. The only other thing I can suggest is making sure the cables are tight. Maybe try another input on the receiver. There really shouldn't be any feedback unless there is some underlying problem.