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Yamaha rx-v595a problem with dts signal

I have a yamaha rx-v595a. The other night I must have accidentally pushed a button on the front of the unit in the dark, and now I can only get sound when the input is set to analog. If I select Auto or DTS no audio is played even if I am playing a DTS disc and have the player set to DTS. I think this happened once before, but I do not remember how I fixed it. I have been through the manual and cannot find anything that works. Any ideas?

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Shawn

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Moi au debut je n arrivais pas a avoir le signal dts je suis passer en optique et plus de soucis

Posted on Jun 03, 2008

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The unit must be switched to digital in order for the auto function to work, then it will automatically select dts or dolby digital. youn need to check your digital feed from the dvd player.

Posted on May 26, 2008

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