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I have a JVC RX-D301s receiover. How can I connect the audio outputs from my cable box and my computer to this receiver in order to play through the speaker system?
Comment by dgoldsm, posted on Aug 07, 2008
have not yet looked at the manual you referred me to, but the
documentation that came with the receiver does not mention an audio
connection to a cable box nor does it indicate how to set up any other "auxiliary" audio input.
the time being I am using this receiver in the simplest possible way. I
have left and right speakers attached - no surround at this point. In
addition I have a simple Sony DVP-NS57P DVD player attached. Both FM reception and DVD (or CD) audio work fine.
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Posted: Sat Aug 29, 2009 1:26 pm Post subject: Yamaha RX-V650 won't power on ... When i came back from a holliday, my receiver won't power up anymore. .... isn't powered (no voltage on the base) when the receiver doesn't comes on.
Check your connections to make sure that the cables are tight and that there aren't any stray wires that may be shorting to other terminals on your amp.
If there's nothing there, may I suggest you take a look at AVS Forum's amp forum: Receivers Amps and Processors AVS Forum
You can either find a solution there, or, post your problem and get informed responses.
If you have warranty left I would encouage you to use it because you clearly have a problem, the cable has been changed along with connections checked. The only other thing is check your setting carefully on both units to ensure nothing was missed, "owner manuals would be handy"
There are no best (as in tweaks) settings for digital connections. They either work or they don't. The manuals for all involved products tell you how to make them work. Without specific make/model info we can't get into any details. Your source material and its selectable audio options will determine what bitstream is transmitted out to your audio equipment.
It's just "Digital Audio" vs "Analog Audio" You can use the "Volume Offset" function in the receivers "Main Menu" to compensate for this. Go into the menu then go to audio and or input settings and you can adjust the offset and lock it in. If you still have a problem, post a comment and I can help you some more. There is not a "problem" it's just the way the audio is transmitted. Like when your watching TV and a commercial comes on and BLOWS you out of the room. That's going from clean digital to noisy analog.
The dvd player is responsible for reading the surround sound track, and sending it to the receiver. First make sure you are playing the surround sound track on the dvd, many have a stereo track too. Next, try another dvd and see if you can play surround sound on that one. If you can't play surround on ANY dvd I would start looking at the audio connection from dvd to receiver. Are you using an optical cable? Red, white, and yellow RCA cables? Optical will transmit any sound over only one cable, RCA cables need one cable for each channel (LF, C, RF, LR, RR, sub.) If your connections are correct, is the receiver set to play a surround sound track? Is it set in 2 channel mode?
Do you have the remote to the radio? If not, you can not clear the code. You can take it to an authorized Kenwood service center and they can clear the code for a small fee. My shop charges $25 for this.
If you have the remote, let me know and I will post the procedure for clearing the code in my next comment to you.
you should check out the web site of thales or Ultra for information about both frequencies (Radio and hydrophone).
and you should check the frequency setting option, they all have it.
here is a link that will tell you the Freq. http://www.ultra-scs.com/pdfs/pdf_sonobuoy.pdf