Question about Pioneer SX-255R Receiver
Please reconnect your system again and confirm that cd cables in cd in in your receiver and try with another cables- and check another input if your system is ok the problem will be in the the cd itself or its cables-if not tle problem will be in receiver or its speaker cables(check that the wire of the cables does not touch each other)
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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My high-level $.02...
A TV's speakers are NOT generally considered a viable additions or alternatives to audio-specific designs. That is not to say they aren't better than some. Just that same TV's usually are not at the output end of an audio chain for good reason. Video, yes.
Even though this may go 'against the book', I'd recommend you go for minimal receiver involvement in the video side other than to send composite video to the TV from "Monitor Out" so you can set up and manage the receiver through the TV.
You can also send Cable- or Sat Box basic analog audio directly to the TV if it has inputs for audio. That way if you just want to watch the news or weather you don
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