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Denon 588 Although all cables are connected properly, and inputs assigned correctly, I am not getting the proper signal when switching between Cable and DVD, I get the cable signal with no sound from the DVD source, and I get both signals(sound and picture) from DVD at the VCR setting, despite not having a VCR installed. Is this a defect in the receiver?

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This is definitely a question of wrong cable assignment. I have the same reciever and have no such issues. What do you mean by "I get the cable signal with no sound from the DVD source"... Those are two different sources ???

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