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Cannot connect denon products to computer

Dear Reader, We are having problem with connecting our new denon 4306 to our computer. Computer does not regonize it. Hope you can help. Many thanks, Skibby (The Netherlands)

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  • Anonymous Nov 05, 2007

    Cannot hook up denon to the tv

  • Anonymous Nov 05, 2007

    cannot hook up my denon 4306 to my tv

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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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