Question about Cambridge Audio Azur 540D DVD Player
Dear Cambridge Support, I have Cambridge Audio Azur 540R v.3.0 AV Receiver and Cambridge Audio Azur 540D v.2.0 DVD Player. Audio system is Bose Acoustimass 15 Home Theater 5.1 system. LCD TV Samsung LE46" Problem: The Reveiver don't accept Dts 5.1 audio, only PCM audio ? When play Music DVD, I believe the Dts 5.1 will give the best sound. Audio connection: DVD - LCD TV: HDMI DVD - AV Receiver: Optical digital Settings: AV Receiver Input Setup: DVD Digital DVD Audio Setup: SPDIF Output: PCM Stereo LPCM Out: 96kHz HDMI Audio: PCM Stereo Hope this information helps solvong my problem. What's the best setup to deliver the best possible sound to my Bose speaker system ? Thanks in advance, Cheers, // Kjell Magnusson, Sweden.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Start with the basics first. 1. With the amp on, in each imput socket plug a dual end phono cable in and touch the right and left plugs with your finger. You should get a buzz on each speaker. No buzz and the channel at that terminal is not working. If none of the terminals buzz. Then the amp is dead.
If some buzz and others not you have a pre-amp problem.
2: Amp Dead. Could be A power supply. B main pre-amp. C Power Amp.
The power supply check for a fuse.
The main pre-amp will only effect both channels if an IC controls both.
The Power Amp will again only loose both channels generally if it is an IC. It will be attached to a big heat sink and have lots of pins comming from it.
If it uses transistors for the main amp, you can check these with an Ohm meter. With the power off place the leads on each terminal of each transistor. If the meter goes fully over (like when you touch the leads together) each way it has shorted.
The thing to remember when repairing stereo amps. Is that the amp is two identical amps joined together. So what happens one side will happen on the other. If both channels don't work look for something that is common to both.
PS never heard of 'cliperd'.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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"SW" stands for SubWoofer.
Shows the currently active channels depending on decoding mode and source material. Icons lit indicate active channels in the source material. Icons with a box around them indicate actual channels being output separately.
Search for the word "balance". Page 8 again (circled 8)...
Lights when the Front Left and Right speaker outputs have been set to different levels in the OSD, i.e. a balance adjustment has been made.
You can look at the relative levels of all channels as described on Page 14.
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