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Hello: If you are trying to get the sound from the TV to come through the receiver to your speakers and are hearing nothing, I had the same problem. For some reason, and I have the question posted, the sound level requirement is much higher for the TV. I turned my receiver up to +2 decibels and the sound was there. However, if you play high def channels through the receiver, the +2 will blow your ears off. My new problem is why does the regular TV need so much volume on the dial while the high def channels only require the lower sound level. It prevents you from switching from regular to high definition channels. So, in summary, the sound is there, just turn the volume way up.
Its possible you center channel is fried and keeps burning up the channel output on the reciever. Next thought is that, yes it was a bad model. First make sure that the speaker is good by putting another speaker in its place, or by checking the speaker with another system for sound quality. If it sound high pitched and it takes alot of volume to hear, than its toast and get rid of it.
Make sure your speaker wiring does not come close to the 12v power cable running for your amplifier. If your amplifier's 12v power cable runs on the drivers side of the vehicle, run your speaker cables on the passengers side and make sure your tweeters have a high pass filter to stop any pickup of engine sound (When you are driving you *WILL* notice it at high RPM. a HPF (High Pass Filter) will also stop those nasty hissing sounds on S's.
I CHANGED THE AUDIO SETTING UNDER HDMI FROM AUTO TO MANUAL AND I REMOVED DOLBY 5.1 FROM SELECTIONS.LEFT THE OTHER 2 SELECTIONS THAT WERE ALREADY SELECTED FROM AUTO SET FOR HDMI I HAVE NOT HAD AUDIO PROBLEMS SINCE.
could be a rca jack gone bad,,unless you hooked it up digital,,with coaial or fiberoptic dts cables,,then it may be a bad speaker wire or at the conection at either end,,, dennon,,ive never haerd of htat brand,, you cant go wrong with a jvc,,or technics,,
Marantz SR 5200/6200 lost audio or crackling on left or right channel except in mode s-direct is now fixed ! The root cause is a defective inegrated circuit on DSP board (the one with digital inputs). To fix it change the chip CS4391 by a new one or better by the improved version CS4392. On my device a capacitor was cut close to this IC : replace one 1uF after changing the IC. For any question search me with my callsing "F5RCT"; i have a spare IC for the one who is able to change it ! I'm amateur radio and engineer