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We had our Mitisubishi WS 65909 repaired yesterday. The green blinking light would not go off. Replaced caps and it works fine. Old lingering problem: I cannot have the TV Speakers and the Denon Receiver Surround Sound on at the same time. The on/off portion of the menu screen on the TV is gray in that area and will not accept a command. Is it possible to use surround sound and the tv speakers at the same time?

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  • snowtrack Apr 05, 2011

    Thank you for the information Joe.
    I was unable to respond to you yesterday. I already have the manual that you attached and I am unable to determine how to turn off the Denon Receiver using the program installed on the TV. On page 55 of the manual it shows on the right side of Figure 1 the on and off controls for the TV Speakers. On our TV screen, this area is gray and unusable no matter which name I place in the left changeable box.
    I have tried switching to the Net Command Guide to attempt the second solution, also with no success.

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Normally you can use the TV speakers along with the rear audio outputs going to a separate amplifier at the same time. The rear outputs should be active whether the internal speakers are on or off. However, make sure the tv volume is turned up sufficiently when you test the sound coming from the stereo system, since the output signal level of the TV's rear audio jacks may be tied to the TV volume while the internal speakers are ON.

Here is a link to the User's Manual for your unit:

http://www.mitsubishi-tv.com/pdf/ownersguides/WS-65869.pdf


To view the Owner's Manual with Operating Instructions just use your mouse to click on the link, which is the underlined and highlighted text just above. This will open a new web browser page automatically for you and allow you to view the information at the website indicated and the contents of the Owner's Manual.

You may need ADOBE READER installed on your computer to read PDF documents. You can download this free at WWW.ADOBE.COM if necessary. Click on the DOWNLOAD ADOBE READER button on right side of the ADOBE home page when you get there, and then just follow the onscreen instructions to install it.

See page 55 of the ONLINE USER'S MANUAL for detailed instructions on how to select the internal speaker mode.

Please comment back here to this page if you have any questions, have difficulty accessing the links, or just require further general assistance and I will respond as soon as I see it.

Thank you very much and good luck.

Joe.

Posted on Apr 03, 2011

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    Joe2 Apr 03, 2011

    Also make sure your TV's SURROUND EFFECT is turned OFF if possible.

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    Joe2 Apr 05, 2011

    Sorry, I'm not sure why the speaker mode option would be greyed out like that.

    Unless it has to do with those round SETTINGS buttons just to the left of it labelled AUDIO and VIDEO. Maybe you have to select the audio button somehow in order to alter the speaker mode.

    Once again, sorry about that, if you leave the question up maybe someone else will have a more definitive idea that can help you figure it out.

    Good luck.


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