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Sansui san 0506 high pinched noise when operating unit on digital or optical inputs standard audio inputs ok Keith

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SOURCE: RCA PROFESSIONAL SERIES STAV 3880 Digital Optic input

Read the owners manual for setting up opt 1 and opt 2.

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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SOURCE: Input signals Marantz SR4003

There are four digital connectors on the back of the unit: 2 optical and 2 coaxial. They are marked a s 1 2 3 4. 1 and 2 are optical, 3 and 4 - coaxial. Also you have front optical connector marked as F.
You can connect 5 digital sources to your receiver. For example, connect your DVD to input 2 (optical) by optical cable and connect your DSS to input 3 by coaxial cable. Assign DVD to digital 2 and DSS to digital 3 in input setup menu.

Posted on Aug 15, 2009

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SOURCE: want to use Yamaha rx-797 reciever with bose 901

I don't know why the comment from Yamaha about Tape Monitor killing digital inputs is relevant.

According to the manal I downloaded, THIS stereo receiver doesn't have digital inputs.

As to using 901's and 301's...

You will need a separate Power Amp for either the 901's or the 301's. Sorry, but you can't share the amp with the Active-Equalized signal and non-901's.

I use 901's and 301's in MY 7.1 rig with a separate amp for the 901 and NOT using a Tape Monitor, but a preamp out feed for the front channels.

Posted on Feb 16, 2010

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SOURCE: RCA PROFESSIONAL SERIES STAV 3880 Digital Optic input

i have a receiver STAV 3880 and it was working find but one day it just shut off. Now it turn on but it doesnt stay on now. How do i fix the problem.

Posted on Sep 05, 2010

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My sansui sv 2102 is ok but not going av mode


Hi JP,
Kindly check the input of your TV by pressing "INPUT", "SOURCE" or "TV/VIDEO" and you should have a list of input including "AV". Hope it helps.

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On my Sansui sw-100 sub, I have 2 speakers connected to the high level output, that dont operate


Yes in order to have audio going to your spare speakers from the sub .You would need to use the hi level inputs comming from the reciever outputs connected to these hi level inputs..The sub will then crossover the audio to their proper outputs..Hope this helps you

Jan 15, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Want to hook up a philips sound bar to my t.v. what cable do I need and where do I plug in at


Which model TV and which model sound bar do you have? Some Sansui TVs have a coaxial digital audio port and a 3.5 mm headphone port; this is true for the SLED2480. Some of the smallest Sansui TVs may only have a headphone out option or no audio output. These jacks will be on the back or the side depending on the model. For some Sansui models, these will be easiest to see when you put the TV on its face (on a clean soft surface) and look next to the base of the TV.

The Philips CSS2123B/F7 has a digital coaxial port, a digital optical port and RCA analog inputs on the back of the unit. It also has a 3.5 mm input on the right side for connection with auxiliary devices (like a headphone out). Other models may have different ports.

Thus the cables you need will depend on the specifics of your devices; similarly the locations of the ports will depend on the models. If your TV only has a headphone out and the soundbar has analog audio inputs, you will probably want a 3.5 mm to RCA audio adapter. There are several options depending on whether you want to use an 3.5 mm audio cable or an RCA audio between the TV and the soundbar. (Pick a cable and then get the adapter to plug into either the TV (M 3.5 mm to RCA FF) or the soundbar (2 RCA MM to 3.5 mm F).) There are 3.5 mm M to RCA MM cables as well.

If your TV has an digital audio outputs, get the correct cable (optical or coaxial) and connect that to the port on the sound bar and TV.

Please add a comment with the model of your TV and soundbar for specific information. I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Nov 30, 2013 | Sansui Televison & Video

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Connected DVD player to unit via s-video and optical audio, but still no sound when i choose 6-channel input, why?


you need to select the digital optical input or even easier would be to select the auto sensing efature ok good luck i would walk you through it but im sure you will figure it out ok :)

Dec 21, 2010 | Kenwood VR-606 Receiver

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Hi yes i have the jvc RX-8030v and i have a issue with the digital audio in! My dvd toshiba RD-KX50 player does not have a digital coaxil out it only has digital optical out! But on the back of the jvc...


Read you manual, there is a page with a matrix of the audio in selectiosn that can be made for coaxial and optical on each input. Then you have to go into setting button on the right side of the unit and the "push set" knob to change the inputs for the digital audio.
My problem is, I had this all working and went to change the inputs around to add a optical DVD changer and now niether of my optical inputs are working any more. Analog is still fine.

Nov 21, 2010 | JVC RX-8030V Receiver

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Connection of Panasonic DVD Burner to San Sui Surround Amp.


cant be done, the dvd wont record in surround. you could try a digital TOS, optical audio path and that may do what you need, usually the digital is an orange single input. TOS is the square one that looks like a little bulb on the end.

Charles

Jan 05, 2009 | Audio Players & Recorders

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No sound from optical or coax digital inputs


You have to use the system setting using the remote and turn on the inputs you want to use. Hope this helps.


Keith

Oct 16, 2008 | Denon AVR-1602 Receiver

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Optical sound problem


i have the same problem with the RZ-4900AV, it manifests itself when any video application runs through either the optical or coaxial input. in my case it's definitely not the optical cable itself, which works fine on another receiver. optical or coaxial input of audio CD's is fine, but a DVD video on the same DVD player gives the high pitched whine. the same with the PS2 on the optical input, audio CD in the PS2 no problem, PS2 game or DVD video gives the whine... i think, unfortunately, it's a crap receiver... and i solved the problem by buying a RZ-6900AV, which works perfectly in exactly the same environment.

Sep 10, 2007 | Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console

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Hook up your Xbox to a Dolby Digital Decoder


Xbox® is the first and only game console to support in-game Dolby® Digital 5.1 surround sound. This lets you experience all the game sounds from your home theater system in full 5.1 surround. Before you get started, make sure you've got the following: A digital audio output. A free optical digital input on your receiver. An optical digital audio cable. Digital Audio Output Your Xbox didn't come standard with a digital audio output, but you're gonna need one for this to work, so hightail it to the store for the Advanced AV Pack or High Definition AV Pack, both of which have digital audio outputs. Microsoft makes both of them. You can also buy third-party AV cables for Xbox?but make sure they have a digital audio output. Free Optical Digital Input For this slammin' sound system to work properly, you need at least one free optical digital input on your receiver. Ready to Hook It Up? Let's Go! Connect the digital audio output to your Xbox. Connect one end of the optical digital audio cable to the digital audio output on your Xbox and the other end to the optical digital input on your receiver. Turn on your Xbox with no disc in the disc drive. In the Xbox Dashboard, select Settings. Select Audio. You will see an Audio Mode screen that shows Dolby Digital and DTS status. Select Dolby Digital. You will see the question "Does your stereo system support Dolby Digital Audio?" Select Yes. You will see Dolby Digital Enabled in the audio screen. Your Xbox is now ready for Dolby Digital gameplay. Insert a game disc and play!

Nov 20, 2005 | Microsoft Xbox Console

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Hook up your Xbox to a Dolby Digital Decoder


Xbox® is the first and only game console to support in-game Dolby® Digital 5.1 surround sound. This lets you experience all the game sounds from your home theater system in full 5.1 surround. Before you get started, make sure you've got the following: A digital audio output. A free optical digital input on your receiver. An optical digital audio cable. Digital Audio Output Your Xbox didn't come standard with a digital audio output, but you're gonna need one for this to work, so hightail it to the store for the Advanced AV Pack or High Definition AV Pack, both of which have digital audio outputs. Microsoft makes both of them. You can also buy third-party AV cables for Xbox?but make sure they have a digital audio output. Free Optical Digital Input For this slammin' sound system to work properly, you need at least one free optical digital input on your receiver. Ready to Hook It Up? Let's Go! Connect the digital audio output to your Xbox. Connect one end of the optical digital audio cable to the digital audio output on your Xbox and the other end to the optical digital input on your receiver. Turn on your Xbox with no disc in the disc drive. In the Xbox Dashboard, select Settings. Select Audio. You will see an Audio Mode screen that shows Dolby Digital and DTS status. Select Dolby Digital. You will see the question "Does your stereo system support Dolby Digital Audio?" Select Yes. You will see Dolby Digital Enabled in the audio screen. Your Xbox is now ready for Dolby Digital gameplay. Insert a game disc and play!

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