I hope somebody out there can hep me.
My husband just passed away and right before he passed we got a DENON AVR-3808CI receiver he said that he was going to set it up so I could play my mp3 files from our apple laptop and to buy a program to play internet radio wireless thru the receiver. Is the anybody that might be able to tell my how?I do ok with computers but not an expert like my husband was.
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Re: Playing mp3 files
If that is only a simple/usual reciever then you simply hook your laptop speaker out to any available line in of your receiver like aux, CD, DVD, video aux. but not the phono in please. you are just using the receiver as a simple amplifier for your laptop. is that what you need to know mam?
just post your comment if you have a different query. Regards/Reden
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Not much information is provided but generally speaking a sync problem when playing back is not a problem with the amp but a problem with the source file, especially if you are playing a downloaded file. If you are playing a DVD this should not happen. If it is happening with a DVD, please provide further information.
These things are really complicated to get 1080i out of.Most of the time they will only produce 720..Its just one of denons way of making you by there most exspensive.I had the same amp and the same problem.I ask a service person at Denon and all they said is the best thing I can tell you is to up grade.So I went to Onkyo and there cheapest version was more powerful and pass and converted everything to 1080.Hope this helps you and have a great day..
Sounds right. Yes it is a shame because it is one of the nicest sounding home theatre receivers. Especially in good old 2 ch stereo. Which is a true test of the basic design of an amplifier. If it sounds good after you strip away all the bells and whistles, then you have a nice house on a solid foundation. Otherwise you have a nice house built on sand. ....good luck and I know the dealer can sort it out properly. ....Rob