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Re: Denon av 1500
First, don't use a cable for your antenna, the cable companies have stoped sending FM for a long time now. use a paper clip to the center pin hole of the FM antenna.
second, shut zone 2 off with the front button.
third, shut off EXT with the EXT IN button, this is for an external input source such as a DTS decoder box.
fourth select only speaker A and not both some require you to have a load on both speakers or else it will be mute. so choose only speaker A
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The AVR-E300 doesn't have an audio output. It's a very basic AV receiver built down to a price.
Even if you has a better quality receiver, you still would only be able to port sound from analogue sources (ones connected via red & white RCA/phono) to the Sonos Connect for distribution around the rest of your home. AV receivers don't decode audio from HDMI sources to analogue stereo.
If you want to port sound, hook up a source direct to the Sonos Connect's audio input. Don't try going via the receiver.
Long and painful answer!!! However, in the end, you need to bypass HDMI thru your receiver and go direct to the TV. Connect Digital Coaxial or Optical for audio to your receiver. Your version of HDMI in your receiver is not compatable with today's HDMI version. Yours is 1.1a and the current version is 1.3b going to 1.4. If you want detailed info as to "why", just google "HDMI 1.1 problems" you can read for hours! Sorry for the bad news! However, it is what it is. Hope this helps. If you need further help with setup, post a comment and I can give you further help.
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.