Hello, I connected a new oppo BDP83SE via the analog out‘s to the analog in‘s of my AV receiver, an audiosignal I can get only from the FL and the FR jack (if connecting the FL or FR out of the BDP to the other in‘s of the amplifier I get an audio signal), it means, that the effect outputs of the BDP don‘t work or I must change something ?
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Also the test tone is working OK (Setup / Speaker Setup / Test Tone)? Have you used automatic speaker setup with the supplied YPAO microphone? For HDMI, you need to configure the receiver to "take" out the audio from HDMI. Go to Setup / Function Setup / HDMI / Audio and select "Amp" to route the audio to receiver, or "Amp+TV" for audio to go both to receiver and to TV. You can also check in Options Menu / Signal Info that receiver has recongnized the sound and what format it thinks it is in.
Receiver does support 3x component inputs and one component output. Both these can carry only video signal, not audio. So you have to connect audio separately, either stereo via analog 2x RCA connectors and digital SPDIC via optical (2x) or coaxial (1x) cable.
Based on the description provided, you seem to be on the right track.
Be sure to select the appropriate "source" on the receiver using the remote (or front panel). The AV connection on the back of the receiver is typically labeled (i.e. Video 1, AUX, VCR... or similar). If there's only one unlabeled input, choose something that looks like "AUX IN" from the menu.
Also, make sure that you connected the cables to the TV via the "Audio Out", not the "Audio In" ports.
If these are too obvious and you have already done this, please provide additional information.