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hi, Do one thing get a stereo RCA cable and connect its one end to the audio output of your tv and other end to the any one of the analog input of the amplifier. when you watching the tv simply select the corresponding input in your amplifier to which you have been connected the RCA cable.
Also there is one more why if the tv has an optical output. connect the optical out put of you tv to any of the optical input of the amplifier. select the corresponding input when you watch the tv ok
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Its usually not a fault that you will see unless somethings
burnt up. This is solid state electronics and you dont see this stuff go bad.
But in the meantime try disconnecting the speakers and see if it still goes
into shutdown and at the same time have a dc multimeter attached to the speaker
outputs. If the unit comes on and you dont see any DC at all or very very
little B+ on both speaker terminal sets then you may have a defective speaker.
If you do see dc then thats why the protections comming on so you dont blow out
your speakers. Also check for cracked solder connection. Good Luck
I assume you want to slave it to the receiver and drive some more speakers with it.
Connect some RCA cables from whichever channel pre-outs you want on the HTR-5860 to any input on the AX-596.
Set the AX volume to something sufficiently high, run through the HTR's speaker level setup and match the AX volume to match the channels on the receiver. Then leave the AX's volume alone.
If you just want the AX to have access to program sources of the HTR, run the RCA cables to it from one of the VCR1 or 2 Out (but DO NOT select whichever one you use via the front panel). These are not affected by the HTR's volume controls.
on ur subwoofer u will see HPF output, connect this output to MAIN IN of ur power amp (first remove jumper between pre-out and main in from ur power amp) connect pre-out of ur power amp to input 2 L&R (Left is also for mono input). the HFP selector switch will cut off 80Hz or 100Hz to the main input depending on the position enabling u to have high frequency sound on your main speakers. connect the speakers to the main output terminal of ur power amp. do not connect speakers on the woofer ouput.
make sure u are using the right impedance speakers. do not switch speaker impedance selector while the unit is on.