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I have a kenwood VR405. I am useing a samsung blu ray and a cox cable box. both components are running directly into the samsung flat screen via HDMI. I am backfeeding digital audio to the VR405 via...


Josh, define the 'backfeeding' of the digital audio from the two HD components into Video 1. Those are ANALOG inputs on the VR405. You have two coaxial- and one optical-digital audio input you could/should be using.

I'm surprised you're getting ANY audio (much less digital audio) from the BD and Cable Boxes unless you also have an analog audio path coming in from (what?) the TV.

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You can't get ANY audio to work on receiver's Monitor Out (which is a component video OUTPUT intended for your TV, not an audio input from it).

Read the manual and get a handle on what those 3 jacks are for (page 6).

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Sherwood-RD-7502-Receivers-manual/id/2536ag207/t/2/

Then, if you really need audio from the TV (instead of or in addtion to the probable Cable/SAT Box that originates TV-related programming), just run the audio out from the TV to any available Line Level audio input. The Cable/SAT box is the BEST place for the BEST TV-related audio and it will be available digitally.

The TV's audio control plays a part in this, too. Find its menu and select a FIXED (or equivalent) setting so you can turn the cruddy TV speakers down without killing the audio output.

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Instead of trying to use the wireless speaker as a dedicated TV-audio-via-the-receiver speaker why don't you just attach it as recomended to the receiver for ALL of its audio outputs; or directly to the TV if that is the sole use you have in mind?

And since TV is an audio INPUT only to the receiver, simplify the audio hookup by attaching its analog audio to any available analog input BUT NOT one that funtions as a tape loop.

One more significant improvement I would recommend is to draw the TV-related audio from whatever device originates it but NOT the TV. THe sources are probably all capable of digital multi-channel sound while your routing of TV-analag-stereo audio limits the quality by washing it through the TV's questonable audio electronics while forbidding actual multichannel listening.

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Get the absolute best TV-related audio directly from the digital audio outputs of each source you're watching, not the TV.

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Not sure what this means: "The audio comes to the Cable box through coax cable." From where does audio come TO the cable box? The cable box is a source of both audio and video. Perhaps you mean the TV broadcast "containing the audio and video" comes in on coax.

Has this ever worked correctly? <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Try this: disconnect the HDMI that goes from the cable box to the Video 2 on the receiver. Leave the optical audio cable in. How's the audio now?

Then try the reverse: reconnect the HDMI and disconnect the optical audio. You shouldn't need BOTH for audio into the receiver.

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