Question about JVC Audio & Video Receivers
SOURCE: HDMI sound?
I had the same problem with my PS3. I have a HD cable box with HDMI out, a Sony DVD player with HDMI out. The Sony receiver STR-DG800 only has the HDMI inputs (sat/tv and dvd) and the HDMI is only a pass through port and will not decode audio.
I purchase a HDMI 4 port switch from Newegg (HS-41A0 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812168003&Tpk=HS-41A0) to hook up the DVD and PS3 to the DVD HDMI and switch between the DVD player and the PS3. It took me several days to figure out how to make this work with the settings on the reciver.
1 the DVD player must use the coaxial in jack for sound on the receiver.
2. the PS3 must use the optical connection on video1
3. the sound settings in the PS3 must be set to PCM
4. set the sound setting on the receiver to the following
a. on the remote press AMP button then the MENU button, next press the down arrow to you see 5- AUDIO SET - then press enter.
b.set sound decode priorty to PCM
c. next scroll down to you see digital assign - press enter
assign VID1 OPTICAL to DVD ( this allows the pcm output from the PS3 to play through the receiver), next assign DVD to COAXIAL setting DVD to DVD (this allows the digital sound to play from your DVD player).
So when you use your remote and select DVD, you can use your PS3 or DVD through the 1 DVD HDMI port.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Kenwood KR-V7030
Since it was just recently installed, would it be safe to assume that it is fairly new? If yes, perhaps your best bet would be to return to dealer/manufacturer for repairs/replacement. It is highly probable that the unit has sustained major hardware fault at least on the right channel. Even if it were just a fuse, it would still be to your advantage going that route.
Should for some reason you would venture a DIY, diagnosis and repairs of course would require fair familiarity with electronic components and circuitry, use of a VM and a soldering iron and preferable access to a service manual or at the very least a schematic diagram with voltage readings.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
Thank you for using FixYa.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
SOURCE: onkyo tx-sv727 Protect displayed
first thing if it says protect, check the fuses inside the system they may of blown .When choosing wire gauge, consider the quality of your components and speakers, the overall sound quality you're trying to achieve, and the budget you're working with. Also, keep in mind the distance between your receiver or amp and your speakers long wire runs can cause significant power losses, and thus require thicker cable. You can use this as a guideline
Distance from speaker to amplifier Gauge
Less than 80 feet 16
80 to 200 feet 14
More than 200 feet 12
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
Ok, All the spkrs from around the house get pluggeg into the spkr selector box out to spkrs and on the back of the Denon plug wires to connect the spkrs A to the spkr box and that should take care iof that for you
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
There should be an adjustment in setup that for 2 channel sources, you may have to enable the subwoofer output. Or alternatively, if the subwoofer output for 2 channel sources is in fact enabled, then increase the crossover frequency for the sub.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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