I have the receiver connected to 3 sets of stereo speakers, each set in a different room. Sound is now coming out of only one speaker in each room. I suspect that the kids may have punched a button to cause this, but I can't figure it out...I suspect its an easy fix. When I check the sound from the speakers in the manner described in the owner's manual, I get static from the speakers, but when I have it playing the cd, xm, or aux-ipod, there is no sound whatsoever from those same speakers. Thanks.
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The signal that comes from most tv's via the optical output is a stereo signal only. That is what your receiver is reading. You would have to manually set your receiver to decode the signal into surround,.
analog fm is broadcast in stereo you would need to use a simulated surround setting to have sound come out of your rear and mid surround speakers.
your manual says the default setting for fm broadcast is:
Radio Listening TUNER MUSIC ENHANCER
Select this SCENE template when you enjoy FM or AM
make sure you unit is not in straight mode try pushing the straight button on the front of the receiver let us know if more troubleshooting is needed.
The indicator is telling you you have a 2-channel input. You may have the Blu-Ray connected wrong. Or the source is only Stereo. I need more details to assess that.
The sound coming from all speakers is normal if you have any surround mode selected, regardless of the characteristics of the source
I imagine if you experiment you might find all speakers playing for any number of 2-channel sources, not just Blu-Ray. Besides actual Pro Logic decoding, the various surround modes can provide some interesting effects on non Dolby Surround material.
I recommend that you try them all on various recordings and you may find one or another of them preferable over vanilla stereo. I find that any given artist or music type, even within a given CD, may sound 'better' with different surround settings.
On , HTR-5930, composite inputs are routed only to composite outputs. The same happens to component input. You can't see video from V AUX if your TV is hooked-up on component output. Also, check if you connected correctly GREEN, BLUE AND RED on both receiver and TV SET.
To get audio from your TV through your AV receiver, please connect
stereo audio cables from an available AV input on the rear of your
receiver such as D-TV/LD or CBL/Sat. Then refer to your TV owner's
manual for more information about audio output to an amplifier. You may
have to turn off the internal TV speakers in order to get any output
from the TV into the AV receiver.