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This sounds like a problem with the DSP chip. Turn off any DSP and surround modes in the unit and see if it at least plays in stereo. You may need to unhook the DVD player from the 5.1 inputs and put the front left/right into a CD or TAPE input to fully test this theory. If that doesn't work, I have a VSX-D309 that just came up for sale (sorry, no remote)
the unit requires original remote for all its functions to work properly.as with other same type of remote the unit is detecting the remote but that remote is not completely supportive to your remote.each remote has its IR code.that IR code supports that particular brand model of unit.the remote which you are using is having bit different IR code from the original remote.so the unit is not detecting all the command from that remote.
try getting the original required remote made for this unit.
you can also check out getting remote from on-line sites like
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check out.keep updated.thanks.
TRY PUTTING A SET OF PHONO CABLES INTO THE VCR INPUT THEN TO THE ANALOG OUT PUTS ON TOUR DVD/VCR SWITCH AMP TO VCR PRESS DIGITAL INPUT BUTTON ON FRONT OF AMP UNTILL YOU GET _ _ _ SET SOUND TO PROLOGIC 2.THIS SHOULD WORK.
make sure input mode selector on the front is set to either analog or or digital. For example if the sound input from the dtv/cable is analog and you have it set to digital, you will get no sound. Change it to analog. This happens to me when using my crappy dvd/vhs player and I have a vhs playing (analog). Hope this helps...
Yes techtod you are right you do have to tell the receiver what you want it to do usually on the front panel you can access set up menu and go into input set up This is an example Say you plugged the dvd into optical one or coax 1 you must go to the input that says dvd click down till you highlight dig input and then select optical 1 or coax 1 there can be as many as 8 digital inputs so just check wich one you plugged it into and then tell the amp then you should be back to watching your digital movies
I've had a similar experience where a DVD movie would be playing and suddenly my Denon would just shut off, I later discovered that my rear speaker cables were not correctly installed in the back so the reciever recognized it as a short and would just shut down. Just make sure your rear speaker cables are correctly installed (right to right and left to left and with correct positive/negative placement) and see if it still does it. If it's still happening, then I wouldn't know what it is. Good luck.
There is a matrix switching IC on the circuit board that switches and routes the sources. This IC (for the audio) may be damaged, or it is not being properly commanded by the uPC controler. You will have to send the reciever to a qualified service tech to have this verified. Troubleshooting this can get involved if the fault is more than just the matrix IC.