Question about Pioneer VSX-D411 Receiver
It will change automatically once it detects a suitable digital signal.
So yes it could actually be faulty but more likely you aren't sending a suitable format digital signal from the source. check the digital audio output settings on whatever device you are using
old dvd players will output PCM 2 channel digital or bitstream multichannel (dolby dig or DTS) which your unit can handle whilst new blurays will have some very hi bit rates -eg192khz 24bit. You may need to lower the output in the menus to get the Pioneer to accept them.
It is always possible the optic has got kinked or fractured, which causes light scattering/corruption and will cause the same symptom
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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