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I have a PD-800 protron DVD Player and cannot get it to work with a yamaha HTR-6240 amplifier. Can you tell me how to connect the cables. It works going directly to my Samsung HDTV, but not from the amplifier-speakers. Please help. thanks

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  • roditi Feb 07, 2010

    Hello and thanks for your quick reply.... However --

    That does not seem to work only because I have the following cable Red - Yellow - White top row on PD-800 and when that is connected directly to HDTV it is seen by the TV and it works.

    When I connect the second set of cables from the PD-800 Red -Blue - Green plus the R - Y - W cables to the Yamaha I do not see it on the setup of the TV. I have attempted to plug them into all available connections and it is still not recognized. The only L and R connectors are for my JBL speakers which are working with the Yamaha / HDTV / Ipod. So I am still stuck and puzzled. Thank you - Please if you can still help I really appreaciate it. Regards / Alan

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You will need an RCA audio cable (Red/White)

On the back of the TV there should be a connection labeled as "Audio Out".
Connect the RCA cable to this connection and then connect the other end to the AUDIO 1 connection on the back of the AMP.

Tune the TV to the DVD player and the AMP to Audio 1 and this should get you sound through the AMP.

Good Luck....

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1. 1)Make sure your amplifier and DVD player are turned off.2)Plug one Audio cable into Front L and R in the Audio Out section of the DVD player. Connect the plugs at the other end into Front L and R on your amplifier.3)Plug one Audio cable into Surround L and R in the Audio Out section of the DVD player. Connect the plugs at the other end into Surround L and R on your amplifier.4)Plug the last Audio cable into Center and Subwoofer in the Audio Out section of the DVD player. Connect the plugs at the other end into Center and Subwoofer on your amplifier.
---Match the colors of the audio cables to the colors on the input jacks for the DVD player and the amplifier.
o When you plug in the Audio cables be sure to match the L and R labels on the DVD player and the amplifier with the L and R plugs on the cords.
o Make sure that all wires (including the power supply) are connected properly before turning on the DVD player.
o Adjust volume levels of audio output devices to a low setting before turning the DVD player on to avoid damage to speakers or amplifiers. Adjust the volume after starting DVD playback.
o Set your DVD player in a dry, well-ventilated area that is not close to any heat sources or exposed to direct sunlight.
o Never place containers full of liquid close to or on top of the DVD player.
This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya

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