Denon AVR-E400 - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


Your problem could be a bad dsp processor which is on the hdmi pcb, change that pcb and the problem should quit

Denon AVR-E400 | Answered on Apr 06, 2015 | 82 views


Use factory reset procedure, if that don't work you may have a bad main control relay or the relay control transistor may be bad

Denon AVR-E400 | Answered on Mar 16, 2015 | 83 views


Most likely cause of a receiver shutting off when turned up is a bad speaker or speaker wire.
As far as having to turn it up almost all the way, that is the norm on most new receivers today. Most receivers no longer have a true preamp section, which means you have to run the main amp much harder in order to get a decent sound level.

Denon AVR-E400 | Answered on Dec 17, 2014 | 277 views


Personally I would use an RCA cable and hook up the AVR.
((RCA out of TV to AVR audio in))
((cable box HDMI cable output to TV HDMI Input1))
(As far as the AppleTv I would use a separate HDMI Input2)
If your AVR has a dvd or blue ray player Hook up a
HDMI cable out to another Input HDMI3 of the TV
using separate inputs on the tv will allow your surround system to be
used on all modes(CABLE,DVD/BLUERAY,APPLETV)

Denon AVR-E400 | Answered on Oct 04, 2014 | 284 views


If you have done a Denon reset and you still get the same thing, the hdmi/network pcb which is on the same board as the hdmi is defective.

Denon AVR-E400 | Answered on Jun 30, 2014 | 107 views


You have a software glitch the processor board needs changed.

Denon AVR-E400 | Answered on Jun 09, 2014 | 419 views


Ask the manufacturer:

usa.denon.com/.../ProductDetail.aspx

Denon AVR-E400 | Answered on May 24, 2014 | 72 views


Is the TV connected to the receiver with a digital connection (coax, or optical)?. Try setting it to PCM on the TV Some receivers don't like it when there is a break between tracks and the signal is lost. You won't get surround (but Pandora is just stereo anyway), but you can still use the Receiver's Dolby or DTS features to go multispeaker. Downside if of course that if you have other Multichannel audio sources through the TV, they may be lost. But it's worth checking..

Denon AVR-E400 | Answered on May 15, 2014 | 129 views


do you have it in surround mode?

Denon AVR-E400 | Answered on Apr 17, 2014 | 88 views


Resetting factory settings
  1. Turn off the power using .
  2. Press. while simultaneously pressing TUNER PRESET CH + and TUNER PRESET CH -.
  3. Remove your fingers from the two buttons when "Initialized" appears on the display.

Resetting factory settings AVR-X2300W

Denon Audio... | Answered on Aug 15, 2020 | 20 views


This will depend on the Blue ray player and other equipment. For a direct connection to the receiver, if your player has either type of digital audio output (coaxial or optical), get the appropriate cables. Then connect the chosen cable between the Blue ray player and the receiver. Connect the Blue ray player to the TV with an HDMI cable. See page 10 of the manual, available at http://pdfstream.manualsonline.com/6/69f43064-f593-49b8-8d4a-23174b496e65.pdf , to see the connections for the audio sources. (I'll assume your Blue ray player doesn't have component video out or you would use the component audio to the receiver.)

If your player doesn't have a digital audio output, check your TV audio output. You can get the same result by sending the videos via HDMI to the TV and using the TV audio out to the receiver. Set the audio source to TV and leave it there for both TV and Blue ray and DVD videos. (Sometimes there could be a slight delay in the audio compared with the video signal when you do this. I've never noticed it with my Blue ray player signal going to the TV and the TV digital audio out to the Denon receiver.)

If you can't send the audio out to the receiver from either your Blue ray player or TV, then you will need some sort of HDMI audio extractor. You can find models with Analog Audio Out, Digital Audio Out or both. ( https://www.amazon.com/J-Tech-Digital-Extractor-Converter-JTDAT5CH/dp/B00BIQER0E lists units with both types of audio output. One models requires a 3.5 mm to RCA audio adapter.)

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Denon Audio... | Answered on Aug 08, 2020 | 92 views


After you have set your clock time simply just hold down memo button and I goes to minutes and click memo once to save your chosen time.

Denon Audio... | Answered on Apr 29, 2020 | 244 views


I expect your tuner/amp has a fair number of ultra sensitive CMOS devices inside and a power surge is likely to be instant ***** for them - if the surge reached them.

Any piece of equipment that has a computer inside really should be protected by an anti-surge device.

Your Denon tuner/amp is a bit of really premium equipment and I advise you it is best to entrust it's resurrection to a Denon approved repairer.

Denon Audio... | Answered on Apr 26, 2020 | 58 views


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