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Pioneer VSX-D509S 5.1- No voice audio on DVDs

I have a Toshiba SD-5109 DVD player and get background and music sound but no voice audio. I've confirmed it's not the player as switched players and have the same problem. I have also used the receiver speaker test tone and get sound from all speakers, center, front, rear, and subwolfer. The same condition exists when I use the headphones. I am not using the optical or coax option. The system use to work fine. TV,CDs and VHS play fine. Any ideas would be appreciated.

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  • TomK42 Jan 20, 2008

    Audio rca jacks

  • TomK42 Jan 20, 2008

    I changed the DVD setup from Analog 6ch to Bitstream and this solved the problem, Thanks

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Hi,

How is the DVD player hooked up to the receiver?

Posted on Jan 20, 2008

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    Damen Wong Jan 20, 2008

    You say that the TV/CD/VHS is fine...meaning anything played from the DVD has this problem? How about regular CDs in the DVD player?

  • Damen Wong
    Damen Wong Jan 21, 2008

    I am glad it worked out for you =)

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Try the dvd player settings to bitstream out in setting menu ok not pcm best to use coxal cable to get fiull 5.1 suround

Posted on Jan 20, 2008

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    nick helpap Jan 20, 2008

    also tell sterio use a therter seting not just starit sterio 2ch use therter setting that give u 5.1 prologic ect

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    nick helpap Jan 20, 2008

    greatthx again yes rca cables 2 ch only not even close to digital quilty sound u want a opti cable or coxail one get full 5.1 way bettter sound thx nick

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    nick helpap Jan 20, 2008

    good but still buy that cable big difernce ok

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    nick helpap Jan 20, 2008

    ya u dont want anlog 6 ch that meens using eash speaker pre out on back as sepreate output most sterios dont use that nomore all done ina coxial cable 5.1 full digital ok or optical cable

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    nick helpap Jan 20, 2008

    when u do by cable coxal leave it in bitstream k

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