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No 5.1 audio

I have changed dvd players and after cabeling new player, the reciever won't show Dolby Digital only Pro Logic.

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Dear sir,
my receiver have a sound problem.noisible sound out on prologic mode.some time not comming the signal.on direct mode and 5.1 multi channel mode ia a working properly.volum control increcing and decrecing time comming the pulsing noise in the speakers.i am check amplifier section separate.it was no problem.not comming the noises.
pls help me sir solveing the this problems
Thanks & rgds
Ajil
email id (ajil_tact@yahoo.co.in)

Posted on Dec 13, 2008

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Make sure that the digital audio cable from the DVD player is properly connected to the unit, then step through the Onkyo menus and ensure that the digital connection you used for the DVD player is properly associated with the DVD player's video input.

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