I just purchased this system and no matter what different combinations that I've tried, I cannot get any sounds out of the speakers and subwoofer. I connected the cable box in video 1, the HD DVD player in Video 2, and the TV in the monitor output, all using HDMI cables.
What am I doing wrong, or did I purchase a diffective product?
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If I understand your question correctly you want to listen your TV on your Stereo system thru your receiver,JVC TH-M606 ** you need to connect "Audio Output " RCA jacks or "Optic cable output" of your TV
** to "AUX input "
or "TV" OR "Any input" of your receiver ( except Phone ) or "Optic Cable input" ** than just switch to
respective mode on JVC TH-M606 RECEIVER corresponding your RCA or Optic connection... There you go..Your TV sound is on the JVC TH-M606 Receiver..By this means whatever you watch on the TV (tuner, satellite , Xbox ) ,it's sound will come thru your stereo..
If you want to listen your receiver thru your TV, sorry but it is not a preferable attempt since TV sound system is not a HI-FI quality compare to your nice Receiver..if you really want to do it,try to do the connections given above in reverse..
And,best of my knowledge I am afraid you can not put in progressive mode without remote
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Treat it like you just opened the box for the first time.
Keep the volume at a medium level until you figure it out. One misplaced control like a Mute or Tape Monitor, when flipped, could blow your speakers if the volume is set too high. If you can't hear a source at 1/3 volume it ain't there.
Not sure how you're hooked up or what model TV you're using. If you mean the TV sound through RCA cables is the source and you're wondering why it's not surround. Well, it's not multichannel. Please fill in some details.
Although not fully familiar with your unit, many receivers have a small lamp behind the display panel. Sometimes they burn. It is not to easy to replace them bya DIY. If the unit works fine otherwise, it could be just that. lots of other units use Fluorescent type displays, and if they go bad, causes are more complex.
you can hook up ipod 2 different ways. the one i will use will be with a 3.5 to 3.5 mini plug connection(on both sides of cable it has i.e. head phone jack connection) and then set unit to aux in and that will give you sound from ipod. another way is with red and white audio cables to 3.5 mini plug connection. connect red and white to audio in on back of unit,and then set unit to that source.
I know this is an old topic however someone somewhere might benefit from this feedback. I purchased the JVC TH-S5 service manuals from ManualsParadise.com and after metering all the supplies as 'OK', I then focused in on the 'common' lines associated with the two onboard power amps IC's (STK413-400) and found that they were missing a bias supply. This is derived from the onboard 40v Supply 'dropped' down by a 47 ohm resistor R2702 (rated 1/4 watt but advised to make this at least 1/2 watt). The resistor was found to be open circuit i.e. a very high ohmic value. Looking at the circuit diagram again, I would feel that this is going to be a common issue with this unit.