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Pioneer vsa e06

Ive lost manual and cant remember how to link it with sky dvd and tv any ideas

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Depends what audio outputs you have on the sky box,analogue (two phono usually red for right channel and white left channel)in which case just use phono leads to the phono inputs,Optical(toslink),connect an optical cable from the output to the optical input on the dvd channel of the pioneer,coaxial (spdif)connect to spdif input on the laser disk input of the pioneer,dont connect to the attenuated spdif.In the unlikeley event of the sky box not having any audio outputs,just use the outputs from the tv to the pioneer.The optical digital input gives the best quality on the vsa eo6

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swop the TV back over to what ever you use for watching TV i.e.........HDMI 1 / HDMI 2 / AV 1 / DTV / etc.
Use the AV or SOURCE button on the TV's Remote, not your receivers remote or SKY remote.

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I have a Pioneer VSX-D308 reciever and I have... no idea how to hook it up to my big TV (bought receiver used). Do I need the red/white cords? Do I need other cables? HELP! Wanting to hook up to big...

What your unidentified TV >>requires<< is the BEST Video from every video source. That would be the DVD, SAT Box. It probably has multiple high-end video inputs, right?

What your receiver needs is at least a basic composite video connection to the TV so you can set it up and manage it.

A web search for "Pioneer VSX-D308 manual" will find the manual.

ALL of the BEST Audio should go directly to the Pioneer. That includes the SAT and DVD player.

Your TV can exist just fine with basic audio from the video sources. And you could still watch it/them without the Pioneer turned of if you want.

I can't find the exact manual for free anywhere but if you download something similar like it should give you the basic guidance you need.

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The manual states that the default association of each digital input in as follows:
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Calibration: low volume, power of all channels is decreased I have the following setup: AV Receiver: Pioneer VSX-1015 Front: 2 x Infinity Alpha 40 Center: 1 x Infinity Alpha Center Surround: 2 x Infinity Alpha 30 Surround back: 2 x Infinity Alpha 20 Subwoofer: 1 x Harman Kardon HKTS200SUB Receiver is new, speakers are used but in good condition, subwoofer is new. ---------- I followed the calibration proces with the microphone. Sound: excelent quality of sound. Never heard anything like this. Good bass, pure and lifelike sounds. Plays loud enough to bother the neighbours. Much bass from the speakers while subwoofer only produces a little bit of ultralow, feelable but not hearable vibrations. ----------- So far so good. Although the sound volume is loud enough for me, it really doesn't reach te output power as pioneer subscribes. In order to play loud I have to turn the volume to almost max. Compared to an old sony receiver (5 x 100 watt rms at 8 ohms 0.07%), the outputted power seems to be much lower. I reach te same (feeling of) power when I turn the pioneer to 80% volume where the old sony reaches that feeling yet at 20% volume. ----------- I noticed that the calibration process decreased the output level of all speakers. With the subwoofer on max (button on the subwoofer itself), I get the following levels: front: -8.0 db / -9.0 db center: -5.5 db surround: -8.5 / -9.0 db surround back: -7.5 db / -7.0 db subwoofer: -10.0 db (MAX decrement!!) All speakers are auto rated as LARGE as they all can deliver good bass. The equaliser has decreased the low frequenties of all speakers and increased the high frequenties. ---------- I tried to manualy increase the output level of the channels. Outputted power increases a lot but doesn't much good for sound quality. I also tried the calibration proces with the sub at half power. Now the sub level is only decreased by 2.5 db and allother speakers are decreased with 2 db less, so a little bit less decrement but stil decreased. ---------- question I have read that increasing the power times 2, puts an extra 3 db to the sound pressure. Watching the heavily decreased db levels on each channel, sounds to me that the receiver works at relatively low power. 7 x 35 watt or whatever... ? Can it be that the subwoofer is too large for this system as it is decremented with the max 10 db? That the system cannot decrease the subwoofer any further so it is going to decrease the speakers? But if that is the case, wouldn't it be more logic that the speakers are incremented and the sub is decremented in level? What about the sound quality? Can it be that the pioneer receiver also measures distortion of the sound? The room where the speakers are in is a small room (20 square meter). Can it be that the receiver decrements all levels in order to reach the highest sound quality? --------- The reason I want to know is because I want to understand the calibration. I am fully satisfied by the sound quality but knowing there might be more in it, is not a good feeling ;-) Thanks a lot!!

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