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Denon AVR-786S 7.1 Channels Receiver

When we switch the receiver to DVD there is no sound. We just started having problems after DISH came and changed out our box. We have double checked all the connections. Not sure if something got changed on the receiver or remote. Help.

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Hi,

First set the DVD player To mono and then see.
Check if the DVD assigned to coaxial input in receiver menu?
Check if the Digital out activated in player menu?

There are quite a few ways to connect cable box, DVD, receiver and TV together. At a minimum---Connections between DVD and a/v receiver: For Audio, either digital coaxial, digital optical or simple RCA (CABLE ONE); If you did not use RCA you need to connect Video with either component or s-video (CABLE TWO). For connection between a/v receiver and TV: either component, s-video or RCA (CABLE THREE) You did not mention how your cable (or sattelite) box is connected. You could use same set-up as between DVD and a/v receiver for another one or two cables depending on set-up used.


Goodluck..

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