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VSX D511 No input select

The Input slelect button when pressed does nothing.

We are not getting any sound out of our pioneer Kuro, via optical to the receiver. I cannot select a digital or an analogue input because the button does nothing.

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  • MichAel Schmacker Apr 30, 2016

    Sets on how to factory reset. Switch the receiver into standby mode by holding down "Band" and then pressing and holding the "Standby/On" button for about two seconds. When you see "Reset?" appear on the display, press either the left or right arrow button or the "Auto Surround/Stream Direct" button until "OK?" is displayed. Confirm by pressing "ALC/Standard Surr." An "OK" message will appear on the display to confirm that the factory reset is underway.

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Optical audio input is also assignable on this unit. Check to make sure the optical assignment settings is still set to tv/sat. When receiving a digital audio signal the receiver should display DIGITAL on that input. Can also try assigning to a unused input type

Posted on Apr 30, 2016

I am getting no sound via my optical cable input. The back of the AMP says that the optical is TV/SAT but i can't change the input to digital it will only go to analog. DVD player is set to Bitstream all dvd options set to DTS, but still no sound going through. Any help would be apprecaited

Posted on Mar 11, 2008

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