Pioneer DVD Recorder - can get picture but no sound
I have set up our new pioneer DVR 520 H-S (hardrive recorder) through our Yamaha receiver - have followed exactly as the manual told me to set it up. That is: Output of cable box is going to the input of the DVD. We have optusnet cable.
I can get picture but cant get sound.
Would appreciate any help I can get!
Thanks very much
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Hi rafikuss It is required to use a cable corresponding to U-ATA66 (80-wire conductor cable). If this isn' t the cause , test with other manufacturer's dvd's . Hope this helps , Best rergards , fanaudi .
Yes you can do this.
You just need to make sure that the TV outputs its picture on the scart lead that you have connected to the Pioneer unit, and you need to set the Pioneer unit to record from that scart input.
Once this is done, it will be able to record whatever you have on the screen.
Be aware though, if you turn off the TV it stops outputting its picture to the recorder, and if you change channel, it changes what what the recorder see's too.
I hope this helps you. :)
will any disc at all load if not u probably have something **** inside or broke inside do u have babies or little kids my 3 year old shoved part of a crayon in our dvd player and i had to take it apart and dig it out n cleanit and it still worked
I recommend you use an optical connection. Your VSX-D510 has only one optical input, but I believe it is assignable. Use a good optical cable and connect directly to your DVR. Follow the manual to assign the input and it should work.
Try using a different cable for starters, regular rca, another optical or coaxial.
If the optical works, then its a cable problem.
If the coaxial works(and another optical doesnt), then its a cable/jack problem.
If the RCA works(and the rest don't), then its a problem with the digital output.
Try blowing into the holes, and if nothing works and you can't find any other advice, contact Pioneer.