Question about Denon AVR-1803 Receiver
This weekend while watching movies through the DVD player, the audio stopped. Video was fine, no sound. So, I switched the audio out from the DVD player and from the "DVD Audio In" to the "CD Audio In", and switched the input selector on the receiver via the remote. Everything was back to normal working fine. In the morning, I switched the connections back to the "DVD Input In" and it worked fine for about 30 minutes (a much shorter time than before) until it stopped. I switched the audio cables back to the "CD Audio In" again and it is working fine.
Is this a heat problem?
Is it correctable?
Will it always do it now?
Should I send it for service, or cycle through the CD and Phono audio inputs first until they all die then send it in?
Am I losing any features/quality by using the CD or Phono audio in channels?
Thanks so much!
I've had a similar experience where a DVD movie would be playing and suddenly my Denon would just shut off, I later discovered that my rear speaker cables were not correctly installed in the back so the reciever recognized it as a short and would just shut down. Just make sure your rear speaker cables are correctly installed (right to right and left to left and with correct positive/negative placement) and see if it still does it. If it's still happening, then I wouldn't know what it is. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
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