Try pushing your speaker button untill it says speaker A on or try pressing the button that says signal select.... push it untill auto appears on the screen (You have to do this to every Input eg DVD CD etc Not the radio ) other than that not sure
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Most car audio is designed to push 4 ohm speakers not 8. Any chance the stock radio was attached to an amp that is not powering up with the new deck. Usually you will have a remote turn on wire that signals any amps to fire up when the deck does.
If so, you should be aware that on many recievers and surround amplifiers some of the functions may only be accessible via the remote control (the best way to learn about it is to consult the user manual).
I have a Pioneer VSA-730 surround amplifier and the only way i can change the mix levels for surround/sub/center speakers is by a remote control. My friend had the same problem and, after reading the manual, he discovered that he actually needs to use the remote control to access all functions of the amplifier.
2 potential issues, first make sure the dvd player audio menu setup is set correct for 5.1 outputs, not DTS or Dolby Digital bitstream, can be difficult but read the user manual under sound options if possible, second be sure the receiver is set to act as the "amplifier only setting " i.e. DVD 6 channel input, maybe EXT IN , not sure what pioneers mode is, but all you need to follow is the dvd player is outputing 6 channel signal paths, and the receiver is acting as six amps, unless of couse you are using a subwoofer line out.
You have a classic amp there, made in 1978, they are now becoming collectible. It sounds as though you have a channel breaking down, and the noise you hear is that channel going to a DC condition, then the click of the speaker protection circuit operating to prevent damage occurring, and then of course no sound until the fault rectifies. It will be a component breaking down causing the problem. If you are up to electronic repairs, have a soldering iron and a meter, then I can talk you through some things to check for in the amp. Otherwise, it is off to a decent HiFi repair guy with the old girl for some attention.
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depends what audio outputs you have on the sky box,analogue (two phono usually red for right channel and white left channel)in which case just use phono leads to the phono inputs,Optical(toslink),connect an optical cable from the output to the optical input on the dvd channel of the pioneer,coaxial (spdif)connect to spdif input on the laser disk input of the pioneer,dont connect to the attenuated spdif.In the unlikeley event of the sky box not having any audio outputs,just use the outputs from the tv to the pioneer.The optical digital input gives the best quality on the vsa eo6