Hello! I presume you are connecting it via the RS232 connection to the PC. This method is NOT plug and play, like a USB connection is, so you will have to install the driver that presumably came with it, then manually assign a port from within Windows. Although I don't have this amp, I have experience in connecting similar devices using the RS232 interface. Also, make sure the BAUD speeds are correct. This is also defined from Windows.
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You don't need to upgrade that model as it already supports 1080P. If you are using HDMI connections between the receiver your TV the receiver will upconvert the other analog video sources (composite and component video) to 1080 content. Most likely 1080i as this is the standard format when upconverting.
I tried connecting my dvr via component and optical to see if it was my hdmi or my dvr. Ended up being a bad hdmi plug in back of my amp. I was fortunate enough to have both style connections on my dvr. Hope this helps
This does not work... You can only upscale the video signal with 4306; meaning you can covert s-video, component video to HDMI but can not down-convert HDMI input (coming from your HD DVD player) to Component video output. Sorry that I could not give you a solution as this is the 4306's limitation (written on the 4306 manual.).
Try connecting to the yellow RCA monitor output on the amp and corresponding input on the TV. This works for me. You could also try the composite outputs on the amp. This is one flaw the amp has that the setup screen will not display through the HDMI connection.
PLUG THE STANDARD PS3 CABLE INTO PS3 THEN TO TV GO TO SET MENU FOR PS3 AND SET VIDEO OUT TO HDMI,PICTURE WILL GO OFF SO BE QUICK AND PUT HDMI CABLE INTO PS3 THEN TV,NOW SET AUDIO OUT PUT TO HDMI,THEN CONNECT TO AMP,IF YOU STILL GET NOTHING CHECK AMP SETTINGS IE INPUT SELECTION FOR HDMI.
Yes and no. You can get some digital signals to go to zones 2 & 3 but only PCM ones, Analogue always goes. I have a Denon DVD player connected to my 4306 with a denonlink cable. I had to connect RCA Analogue cables to the DVD input to get the sound to come out on Zone 2.