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TEAC DH 300 can't get HDMI to work, something to do with " all" settings.

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I had the same problem until I connected it to a TV. Then you can enter setup and activate HDMI that is not by default !

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I have the same problem. I have connected it to Philips TV, but there is no signal. I cannot even enter setup on Teac. The SETUP button is not simply working. Can anybody help? Please!

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I want to turn my TV onto high definition for gaming. How do I do that. I have looked in the menu but cant see an option for the high definition. I just bought a Teac LEV32A1HD. Cheers.


Well, that depends on what you are using for your gaming. If you are using something like a Nintendo 3DS, a PS4, an Xbox One, an Xbox 360, or a PS3 there should be RCA connectors (3 - red, white, and yellow) or on the higher end consoles even an HDMI port, simply plug the cables into the corresponding female connectors on the console and on the back of your TEAC. If you have an HDMI output on your console, get an HDMI cable and plug that in (your TEAC has 3HDMI ports).
Once you have done this, take the TV remote and click "Setup." This will take you to the "Source" screen. In the 3rd section down, you should see HDMI1, HDMI2, HDMI3, and PC. The choice you make here depends on which HDMI port you used for gaming. Choose that one and click the "OK" button on your remote. If you hooked it up correctly, you should see something on the screen relating to your gaming console. If you do, then start playing your game!
If you don't want to or can't use the HDMI ports, your other option is to use the RCA ports. These are colored, usually, red, white, and a third color. Plug the red and white connectors into the corresponding connectors and place the last color (yellow, green, etc.) into the last connector. Follow the above Setup procedure except for choosing the Input. In this case, I believe you should choose the YPbPr input.
If you are using a computer for gaming, you must use an HDMI port. The Setup procedure is the same for setting up a gaming console.
Happy gaming!

Oct 17, 2014 | Audio & Video Receivers

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No Audio


cant use both hdmi and opti outs try sum setting in blue ray but u nee dto plug all blue ray dish directto samsung hdmi then 1 master digital out form tv to sterio digital i n ok tell samsung your output also

Jan 20, 2008 | Sony STR-DG510 Receiver

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Cant get sound to play through speakers? proper way to hook up?


Do you mean HDMI from Monster, if you do ensure that the cable is connected securely to the correct port. HDMI cables rely on both the devices for sending and receiving. Nothing will happen until both devices send the opposite signal. Hope it works for you!

Apr 29, 2013 | Teac AG-V2050

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Haveing trouble syncing the sound with lips is there a trick to do this? also whats the best setting to get the best true surround sound by the way i have Rx-v465 with klipsch 300 home theater speakers.


RX-V465 has auto-sync feature over HDMI. So if you have your DVD and TV connected over HDMI, receiver will communicate with your TV and set the delay automatically based on TV processing speed.
You can turn auto-sync on in Setup menu / Sound Setup / Lipsync / HDMI Auto.
Or if that doesn't work for you, you can set a value in milliseconds manually in the same submenu.

Jan 13, 2010 | Yamaha Rx-v465/rxv465 Home Theater...

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No video/display on TV when using sony str dh 500


If your set up is HDR-AVR and TV all you need to do is go HDMI out from HDR to HDMI in(Sat.) of AVR and monitor out HDMI (or composite video) to TV. and select the Sat. input on the AVR. The sound is only comming from the HDR in this case and the composite video or HD video is being switched out to the TV when you select Sat. on your AVR

Sep 20, 2009 | Sony STR-DH500 A/V Receiver

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No video


HDMI has had a multitude of issues and yours is one of them. Your receiver has either 1.1,1.2,1.2a ver HDMI. If it's still under warranty, you can have it upgraded to 1.3b which is the current and working version. So far so good. If it's out of warranty, it's a 200-300 $ repair. If you just use HDMI directly to your TV, providing you have enough HDMI inputs on the set, you can just run optical or digital coaxial to the receiver and all will work fine. Hope this helps.

Aug 10, 2009 | Onkyo TX-SR606 Receiver

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Suddenly after 1 week of working OK The TEAC Micro Hi Fi System CX2001DAB decides to come up with "NO DISC" when inserting CD's Please help is this something simple that we are missing or is it a...


This indicates that the optics are not reading the disc. If this unit is indeed 1 week old, return it for a warranty exchange. Given its short life, insist on an exchange not a repair.

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Sep 08, 2008 | Teac Audio & Video Receivers

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Setting Up The System


You can find the requested details at: http://www.teac.com.au/file/product_manual_408.pdf

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