Getting no audio to game systems, pc connect won't connect
First, I'm trying to hook both a Wii and an Xbox 360 up to this JVC RX-D302B receiver. I'm running the 360 through the dvd/dvr inputs and the Wii through the vcr inputs. I have a video cable running from the monitor output to my tv to complete the circuit. I get a video signal from both inputs, so my tv has a clear picture, but no sound is being output from my speakers. Anyone know what's going wrong there?
Also, probably unrelated, my USB transmitter won't link up with the antenna supplied with the receiver, so the pc connect feature is currently unavailable to me.
Re: Getting no audio to game systems, pc connect won't...
I also had the same problem when using my optical output for DBS and DIGITAL DVR/DVD.. you need to change the setting for this by on the remote changing to either analouge..rca sound input or Digital...for Optical input. The same problem cuaght me oput for a long time as well. The button is when you slide down the remote cover and the button is called analoug /digital
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Hi,here is my simple solution... If
you want to listen your TV on your Stereo system thru your receiver,
** 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 RECEIVER corresponding your RCA or Optic connection.. . There you go..Your TV sound is on the Receiver..By this means whatever you watch on the TV (tuner, satellite , Xbox ) ,it's sound will come thru your stereo..
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The RX-V800 switches the various video signal types separately. Since you are feeding S-Video to the TV the composite (yellow) input from your Wii is not going anywhere. If you cant get S-Video output from the Wii then I'd suggest a simple Composite to S-video adaptor plug ($5 say). It worked for me with a Game Cube. Cheers BJ
Xbox® is the first and only game console to support in-game Dolby® Digital 5.1 surround sound. This lets you experience all the game sounds from your home theater system in full 5.1 surround.
Before you get started, make sure you've got the following:
A digital audio output.
A free optical digital input on your receiver.
An optical digital audio cable.
Digital Audio Output
Your Xbox didn't come standard with a digital audio output, but you're gonna need one for this to work, so hightail it to the store for the Advanced AV Pack or High Definition AV Pack, both of which have digital audio outputs. Microsoft makes both of them. You can also buy third-party AV cables for Xbox?but make sure they have a digital audio output.
Free Optical Digital Input
For this slammin' sound system to work properly, you need at least one free optical digital input on your receiver.
Ready to Hook It Up? Let's Go!
Connect the digital audio output to your Xbox.
Connect one end of the optical digital audio cable to the digital audio output on your Xbox and the other end to the optical digital input on your receiver.
Turn on your Xbox with no disc in the disc drive.
In the Xbox Dashboard, select Settings.
You will see an Audio Mode screen that shows Dolby Digital and DTS status. Select Dolby Digital.
You will see the question "Does your stereo system support Dolby Digital Audio?" Select Yes.
You will see Dolby Digital Enabled in the audio screen.
Your Xbox is now ready for Dolby Digital gameplay. Insert a game disc and play!