Your a guru so i posted this again directly to you lol
Lol ok well my mixer is hooked to my pc through my sound card i was told the lcd lights are supposed to light up but even if i yelled in my dynamic mic i barely get the first line lighting up here are my settings.. gain is at just over half compression is 3/4 green light bla dont matter i know how to muck with them the big white one under those is just over half my effects are on my phatom button is not pushed red knob under that? dunno monitor phones is just over half monitor mix is at half to stereo to monitor button is up and my stereo butoon the big red one is at 3/4 isnt the lights spose to flash up more? lol i dunno and ty
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First thing to check is the Speaker Select Switch. It will say, "A" "AB" or "Both" it will be displayed on the LCD screen as well. Second if that's ok, Check the "Direct" switch. If it's on, turn it off. Generally if it's on, you will see a blue light if it's on (most receiver's)
If you still have No audio, hook up your DVD to the "Direct" input and turn "Direct" on. If you have audio then. The DSP chip is probably bad and you should take it to a shop and have them bench it first to confirm. Hope this helps
Might sound silly, but have you checked the "A/B" speaker button on the front? it's easy to miss and it's a small button. The LCD display will light up "A" or "B" or "AB". Hope this helps, if not, post a comment and I can point you in the right direction, and/or help you diagnose a little deeper.
Can't pass HDMI thru this or any other receiver with version 1.1,1.2,1.2a,or 1.2b. HDMI is riddled with issues! it's not Yamaha, it's HDMI. The current version 1.3b is working "so far" If your receiver is still under warranty, Yamaha will update the software and hardware at N/C. If it's out of warranty, Run HDMI directly from source to TV and Audio to your receiver via optical or digital coaxial. For more info than you can process, google "HDMI forums" and there are over 73,000 posts/sites/etc. If you need further info, post a comment and I will be glad to help.
Your HDMI version software and hardware will not work with todays version. The current version 1.3b is what works correctly (so far) IT can be upgraded to todays specs however, it's a preicey task for minimal gain if you are viewing any TV smaller than 50". The human eye cannot see the difference between 720p and 1080p on any TV 50 or smaller. That being said, if your TV has multiple HDMI ports, you can sidetrack this issue by connecting directly from the source, ie DVD, BLURAY, etc. then use optical or coaxial digital coaxial to the receiver. I know it's not the best news!! don't Blame Yamaha! it's been the recording industry and copyright protection issues that have overloaded product with "anti-piracy" software to the point you can't view it!. All receivers prior to 09' have multiple HDMI issues. Also, try setting your receiver to "Auto" in audio and running an analog RCA from the source to the receiver as well as HDMI, it may help, however, analog is much louder than digital, and I'm not sure if you can "offset" the volume level for analog in that receiver's settings. So, when you go to a commercial it could be unbearably more annoying than not listening to the commercial at all! Hope this helps.
hehehe sounds like a good party... mixers... bar lights... balloons..lol can you describe to me again what is happening? Is it the master VU that is not coming up or not glowing brightly, or just not enough level coming through the mixer to light up the VU?
im affraid to answer your question because in most cases you will rate me " thanks for trying" it hurt me but it's ok because i want to help you.
First install the driver of your "sound blaster X-Fi extreme audio notebook card" the Utility cd is enclosed in it. after that Hook your speaker to the output of the newly installed card. and then go to control panel , double click the "sounds and audio devices" and then in the "audio tab" and in sound playbak. select the device according to your sound card.
You can use an auxiliary input on your Denon. What type of connection is available on the sound card? Some models have toslink while most have the mini-jacks which will require an adapter (mini-jack to RCA) which you can connect to the AUX input on your Denon. On the computer, make sure the LINE-OUT of the sound card is activated.