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power off the unit using the front panel Pwr switch
press and hold SPEAKER A and B buttons;
keep pressing on the speaker buttons, switch on the AVR
when the display is blinking release buttons Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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I believe it is like my Denon AVR-3808 as it's a HDMI v1.3 compliant. For 3D you need 1.4. So I now use optical cables to the AVR and HDMI to the TV. Then config the DNLA player to split the video to HDMI and the 5.1 sound to optical.
It sounds like you overloaded the Denon avr with too much resistence from the speakers. Please check the total resistence of the speakers before you connect them all. Also check that the speakers or their wires are not shorted!
Before we play taps and throw dirt on top of the Denon, perhaps a bit more triage is in order. I'm not certain who the patient is. Especially when you have "speaker issue" in the title. Are you saying there are some speakers that don't work ONLY with BluRay?
If it has NEVER worked the (unnamed) BD player or its cable(s) could be at fault, too.
What 'connections' are we talking about. HDMI, coaxial- or optical audio, 5.1 analog; to what input on the Denon assigned to what function?
Have you tried all audio paths out of the BD player? Is it configured to squawk in the right digital mode?
Do you have any other digital audio sources (CD/DVD) you could use to certify the audio paths that don't work with the BD player?
You will need an adapter amp which converts the tiny tiny signal from a
magnetic phono cartridge up to the line level that you need to feed
into your AUX input jacks. They cost about $20 to $30 dollars and
can be found at Radio Shack. Unless of course you have a phono
input jack on the back of your Denon unit. Good luck.