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Jvc rx-5020v dolby digital problem

I think my dolby digital is burned out. It doesn't play in digital mode. All it does is flash with DIGITAL when selected at receiver. And I know the movie is digital mapped.

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Also...If your BluRay player only has a optical output for audio you will need to swap the inputs on the JVC rx-5020v. Press the "settings" button repeatedly until "digital in" appears on the display. Now use the "adjust" up and down buttons until DVD is selected as option 2. It will look like something like: 1CD2DVD Note: this may bugger any other previous setup you have.

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It's not enough for the movie to be that way - you actually have to connect a Digital Audio cable from the the dvd player to this receiver (and the dvd player has to have a Digital Audio OUT)

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