Question about Audio & Video Receivers
This might be painfully obvious but to be on the safe side check to see if the jumper pins are in the 'Main Out / Pre-In' jacks. If there is no jumper pins you found your problem. Second option, after turning on unit in a QUIET environment with the volume at the lowest setting do you hear a click coming from the inside? If yes, this is good. If no, you have problems.
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Posted on Jun 19, 2008
be more specific!...how is the tv hooked up? hdmi, component, straight to the tv, or into the amp then tv?....what audio out? optical, digital? also what are you trying to view? local programming? cable/sat? dvd? your best bet is to ignore video on the amp and go straight to tv. can't help u more until i have more specifics.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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