Thank you for taking my question. I've connected my DVD-3910 to my NAD T-163 pre-amp using the 6 analog outputs to the 6 analog inputjacks. When I play a SACD disc , no output. The player seems to be playing but no sound. It plays DVDs & CDs . Also I'm unable to get the test tone to work. The player is set to factory default and I select the 7.1 front panel key on the NAD.
I had a similar problem, only stereo output, no surround or centre channel output. I went to the Denon service centre and the man just pressed 3 or 4 buttons on the front channel while switiching it on and the SACD channels were reset. I am now having the same problem again but do not know which buttons to press. Does anyone know? It will save me a trip to service centre. Thanks.
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Make sure your playing componet like CD player have a digital output socket. Connect this to a digital port on the amp witk a single RCA or Optical cable if output available on CD. Make sure the digital assingment in amp is set for cd function and corresponding input(example cd plyer connected on dig 4 input on amp, press menu, setup, assignment, go to cd player, make sure setting on dig 4 or change input to dig 4, go to next component to memorise setting.and exit, see manual to assist you) if still no sound take dvd cable for instance that is working and put that in dig 4 port. if that works check in cd player that settings spdif/raw/pcm is correct one for yor digital output if still no sound soun pc board faulty.
I might sound stupid but Double check that you`ve connected the correct connectors as in All Inputs plugs being used or All outputs plugs being used. If you have one of these leads with 6 connectors on one lead, (Audio Input L+R, Video Input, Audio Output L+R, Video Output) You need to make sure that if you get sound from the audio input plugs, then you must use the video input plug and vice verse. Ian
Make sure your menu settings are correct audio outputs may have a setting for digital or analog sound output check that these are set up to analog or stereo output .Also try hooking the sound up direct to a stereo system or amp to be sure you have output! Also you may not be able to get your sound thru the convertor box!! Because the convertor is a reciever of digital signals not a line amp. for audio !! Hope this helps11 AAAAAAAAAAAAAE!!!! Swampratt200 ! Out!!
Downloaded the user manual for the Marantz SR 6003 A/V Receiver. In this it stated that if a SACD player was connected to the SR 6003 with an HDMI interface earlier than 1.2 then the digital data from the SACD could not be transferred over the HDMI cable to the SR 6003. This implies, but does not confirm, that if a SACD player does provide a digital output on an HDMI 1.3 interface, then SACD audio data can be transmitted to the SR 6003 and, presumably, decoded and converted to 6 analogue streams which are then amplified and deleivered to the (6) analogue output terminals.
I'm fairly sure that the native DSD data from the SACD has to be converted to PCM before transmission over the HDMI interface which is better than nothing. What I was hoping for though was for the data to be transferred in DSD and converted in the SR 6003 directly to analogue, avoiding two intermediate conversions. This ideal solution can be done by only a few SACD/ A/V Receiver combinations, which is silly considering that it is also the simplest. One example, which has made a big impression amongst high fi enthusiasts, is the OPPO DV-980H Universal DVD player (plays any audio or video disc and costs almost nothing) and the Integra DTC 9.8 home theatre processor.
Have there been any changes to the systems configuration? Has there been an electrical outage or lightning strike in your area? If the answer to these are no then check the video connection to the tv ensuring both ends are secure in their ports.Ensure the tv is on the right input source for the type you are using. I know this may all seem trivial but sometimes the obvious is the easiest solution. I am assuming you have audio but no video. If you are still unable to make a picture on that tv try another one to isolate the fac t that it is the dvd player itself that is faulty.