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I did a master reset, plugged in Optical Cable to CBL/DTV (4) input and cannot get any audio to come through.

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Go through the setup menu and direct #4 to the dtv/cbl input. good luck

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This is normal. You cannot run 2 optical inputs at the same time. You can only use one or the other. For example . . if you are playing your xbox, you would use that corrosponding optical. When you are done and whant to watch your blue ray, you would have to change inputs to that corresponding optical.

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I have a Denon AVR 888, I want to use the reciever for my audio coming from my TV, I have plugged in a HDMI into the in port and connected it to my TV, I do not get any audio from the reciever


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If you want to get the audio of tv program through the AVR then your tv should have a HDMI out port. Because you have connected the cable directly to tv. You didnt mentioned anything about your tv (make and model number). So its not possible to give you a final answer.

Check on thing isthere ia nsy RCA audio output in your tv. All tvs will have RCA audio out put. Wich you can connct to the TV /CBL in put of your AVR using a RCA cable. Then select the TV/CBL Using the SOURCE SELECTOR on the frond of the AVR.

Another Way is if there is optical out put on your tv then you can connect the optical out to the AVR's OPTICAL IN 1 or 2 Using an optical cable. Then you have to got to the input assignment menu of
the AVR and then you have to assign the optical 1 or optical 2 to wich you have made the connection. Here i have added the link to the user manual of the AVR. Check the page number 22. Which shows the menu tree. To assign the optical input for TV/CBL you have to go to the Input set-up there you will find the ASSIGN on the under CD,AUX etc menu.
This setup required if you use OPTICAL input of the AVR. Check the page number 14 for the connection diagram.

IF you are going to use RCA cable the simply connect one end of the rca to TV's AUDIO OUT and other end to the TV/CBL input of the AVR. And then select TV/CBL.

Here i have added the picture of RCA cable that you nee for making such connection between TV and AVR.


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I can't get a sound from my yamaha rx-v367. my tv is lg le5310


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Connect the audio outputs jacks from the TV to any available audio input terminals on the Yamaha receiver, other than the phono input. You can use any analog audio Left (White) and Right (Red) inputs on your receiver such as the DTV/CBL, SAT or VCR input. There are no special settings needed on the receiver, other than selecting the correct input. There may be some settings that will need to be changed on the TV. Consult the TV ownersEmanual for setting up the TV to output audio to an external source. If youre TV has a digital output (Optical or Coaxial) it can also be run to one of the digital inputs on the Yamaha receiver, such as DTV/CBL or DVD. There may be some settings that will need to be changed on your TV. As always, consult the TV ownersEmanual for setting up the TV to output digital audio to an external source.

NOTE: When the source of the audio signal is coming from an HDMI device connected to the TV, the TV may not output in 5.1 surround sound.

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I want the tv sound to go through my yamaha rx-v363 receiver


You can do a couple of things depending on your unspecified TV and/or cable box:

For vanilla TV stereo (at best) audio: if the TV has RCA audio out jacks, run them to DTV/CBL or TV input.

For cable box (potentially multichannel) audio, if your cable box has a digital coaxial or optical audio out, run it to one of the digital in's on the receiver.

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You have to configure your DTV input to use optical audio instead of analog dtv audio (red/white plugs). Input assignment should be described in the manual. Come back to me if you have still problems with it.

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RX-V365 doesn't support HDMI audio. You need to connect the cable box also via spdif cable for audio to work. Look at the box if it uses optical spdif or coax spdif. If optical, you see that optical input on receiver is named DTV/CATV, so use also DTV HDMI for video. Coax spdif is named DVD, so in this case you will need to use DVD HDMI input.
Also you need to configure the inputs accordingly.

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