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Hi. Most likely the assigned input isn't correctly setup. Try this:
1. Press 'setup' on your remote control. 2. Navigate to 'Input Assign'. 3. Navigate to the correct next option (HDMI/Component/Digital) - this depends on how you have connected your DVD player up. 4. Find the name of the connection you've plugged your DVD into (physically look at the back of the receiver). 5. Select the DVD option, and press left/right until you have selected the correct input.
You may need to change to Tuner then back to DVD, but that should do it.
If you need further help, please let me know exactly how you've connected your DVD player (HDMI? component?), and the name of the physical connection you've plugged into.
1. Press the DVD button on frond panel ( will display the current setting). 2. Press and hold DVD button for 3 seconds ( will display the selections ). 3. Press DVD button rapidly and select COAX 1 ( will sect COAXIAL 1 as DVD input). ok
It won't let you assign the same input twice. Check to see that DVD is not already assigned to any other In(x) function.
From the manual:
• You cannot select a specific item more than once.
• You cannot assign the same input source to both “IN (2)” and
“IN (3)”. For example, you assign “CD” to “IN (2)”, “–––”
appears in “IN (3)”.
I am getting no sound via my optical cable input. The back of the AMP says that the optical is TV/SAT but i can't change the input to digital it will only go to analog. DVD player is set to Bitstream all dvd options set to DTS, but still no sound going through. Any help would be apprecaited