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I am using a JVC RX6000 video audio receiver, and i hooked 5.1 BMB brand home surround speakers to it, and connected my ASUS media player that has optical output and used optical cable to connect to the back of the JVC RX6000... as i play different movies, the JVC doesn't recognize any sound... either Dolby Digital, or DTS... so i have no idea why... any ways of solving this? thanks

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  • Anonymous Jan 03, 2011

    Hi Mark, thanks again for response, but how do I set the rear speakers to Flat mode (no extra base or treble)? I also notice that there would be no crackles or pops in the rear speakers if I choose analog mode, instead of digital DTS, but I am always afraid of hearing the cracking or popping sound when testing them, because they are pretty loud and sudden.

    Thanks for the link to the manual too... I will try to adjust the bass/treble sounds to the minimum, but it says i can reduce or increase between -10 to 10... what does that mean? Which one would be smallest and which would be largest? Thanks again Mark!!

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Hi,
check the digital output setting of ur media player. it should be in the format raw not pcm. also check the audio format of ur movies in the media player. is it dolby digital ,dts or mp3. if u have down loded the videos it will be in mp3 format unless u have selected the dts downloads. if it is in mp3 or any other formate ur receiver will not support. if u press the surround button on ur remote u can select artificial surround effect for the mp3 audio.
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Hi,
This is a common problem. Each input will default to analog. Even though you have plugged an optical cable into the inputs of the Receiver, you have to change that input to digital.
For example, if you connect a CD player RCA cables to the Receiver. The receiver will recognize the Analog signal at the CD input. If you unplug the Analog RCA Cables and plug in the Digital optical, the receiver will still be at it's normal default input for the CD player which is Analog. You then have to switch the input, using either the remote or it may be able to be done with the buttons on the front.
As soon as it is changed to Digital, you will get nice sound.
Hope this helps,
Happy New Year,
Mark

Posted on Dec 31, 2010

Testimonial: "Thank you very much Mark!! It did solve my problem and now I am enjoying DTS surround sound!! Happy New Year and best wishes to you!! cheers!!"

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  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2011

    Hi Mark!! Thank you very much for the help!! Now I can get to enjoy DTS surround sound, but there is a worry! I have speakers that are same size and power to front and rear speakers, and the JVC accidentally selected front and centre to be "large", while the rear speakers were "small". Not sure if that affected my rear speakers, but when I try to play Toy Story 2 at the beginning, I hear loud crackles and pops from my rear speakers whenever there is something happening on screen... is there damage to the speakers? I set them all speakers to "small", just in case... or what should i do? thanks again Mark!!

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    Mark Freedman Jan 02, 2011

    Hi Alex,
    I located the manual for your unit and it has some a good instruction section starting on page 12 on setting up the correct size for the speakers, front, center and rear. Also I would have the rear speakers set for Flat sound. i.e. no extra bass or treble. At least just for starters.
    Also check to make sure of the following:
    That each speaker is the right speaker. I know it may sound silly, but if you connect, for example the center channel output to any of the rear speakers you could end up over driving them. You will need to change the default speaker sizes as well.
    Here is a link to the Manual so that you can download it.
    Hope this helps, Let me know. Best Regards, Markhttp://www.retrevo.com/support/JVC-RX-60...

  • Mark Freedman
    Mark Freedman Jan 02, 2011

    Hi Alex, I located the manual for your unit and it has some a good instruction section starting on page 12 on setting up the correct size for the speakers, front, center and rear. Also I would have the rear speakers set for Flat sound. i.e. no extra bass or treble. At least just for starters. Also check to make sure of the following: That each speaker is the right speaker. I know it may sound silly, but if you connect, for example the center channel output to any of the rear speakers you could end up over driving them. You will need to change the default speaker sizes as well. Here is a link to the Manual so that you can download it. Hope this helps, Let me know. Best Regards, Markhttp://www.retrevo.com/support/JVC-RX-60...

  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2011

    Because my rear speakers are popping and crackling during DTS output, I believe my settings of bass or treble might be overloading my speakers... should I set the rear speakers to "flat"? should I do that to all my speakers? will they still be discrete channels for DTS? What levels should I put for bass and treble if I were to put as "flat"? should i also turn off bassboost? I am kind of scared to hear those cracks and pops because they are loud, despite my volume to be either high or super low!!
    So far, it is only happening to the rear speakers, and it only happens during DTS/Dolby selection even at very low volumes, even with only at volume level 1 or 2... it doesn't happen with analog surround sound... so far i did set to all my speakers as "SMALL", and the wires weren't changed at all... before I used a pioneer that supports AC3 Dolby only, but not DTS... i am pretty sure the pops and cracks are not from the movie, since I also tried Hurt Locker and at the beginning, when there was explosion, i heard a pop even at volume level 1, so i turned off the volume right away!! wow, very nervous to even try out the sounds... i am only using an ASUS O-Play media player, and using optical cable to the receiver. When you mean setting everything at flat, does it mean putting the bass/treble all at 0 db? Please let me know... thank you once again!!

  • Mark Freedman
    Mark Freedman Jan 04, 2011

    Hi Alex, It sounds to me like you have digital clipping of your rear inputs. It may be that there is a menu item on the input stage that you can change to that clear this up. There may also be a digital output mode for the DVD player that clears it up. I think I would now look at the DVD output mode menus and try to clear it up with that. Why do I think it is digital overload? Just by how you verbally described it . I really hope this helps. If it does not help, pull the woofer off line and only use it for testing until this is solved. No sacrifices allowed.
    Best,
    Mark

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