I would like to watch and listen to tv on zone 1 while listening to the tuner on zone 2. Right now when I switch to zone 2 the TV picture stays on, but the front speakers and the outdoor speakers play the tuner. I would like only th eoutdoor speakers to play the tuner and the front speakers to retain the tv sound.
Consult the user manual. If you don't have one, it can be downloaded free at Denon's website. Two of the speaker oututs serve multiple functions. Hookup and setup need to be checked. What you want to do is possible as long as you're only using a 5.1 setup indoors.
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To use the TV as a Monitor: Use an HDMI cable from the Monitor Out on the 6006 to an HDMI Input on the TV. You need to go into the setup menu and set the HDMI sound to go to the amp and not the TV.
If you are tuning TV stations with an antenna and the TV tuner: First connect the TV as above so you can watch your other sources, like Blu-ray players. Then add an Optical Digital Audio cable from the output on the TV to an optical input on the TV. When watching antenna TV, select the input on the 6006 that the optical cable is connected to. You may have to play with settings in the TV and the 6006 to get this to work! You should be able to listen to 5.1 sound while watching tv over the antenna.
OFF. Unless the TV is the original source of what you're watching (antenna). Otherwise, your programming is probably coming from a cable/sat box with all the digital audio goodies, right?
If your TV has a menu for setting the volume out its RCA connections I would recommend you set it to whatever resembles FIXED, so it's volume control won't kill the stereo analog audio going out to the Bose. Then you can turn it off at the TV and listen through the Bose.
For the best multichannel audio you should get it digitally from the original source you're watching on the TV, but NOT from the TV itself.
unplugg your tuner from the AC wall outlet then check the setting on the tuner do not try to watch and listen to the tv only try to listen to the radio or a CD and select the right option on the tuner to do so. If you have sound on any of the functions....radio or CD/MP3 then the problem lies on the setting not correct for the TV/VCR/DVD mode.
you need the red and white audio cable hooked into the AUDIO OUT connectors on the tv and the other end of the red and white cables into the AUDIO IN in tv to the media center (main Bose unit).....If your tv does not provide AUDIO OUT connectors, you cannot connect the tv audio to the 3-2-1 system. Continue using your tv speakers for sound.
ok sounds simple you ran the lines threw the tv instead all lines should be ran threw the sterio
see once you turn tv off this cuts the outputs out so now no sound will happen
your sterio should be equipted to take inputs of tv
you want everything to be inputed threw receiver thats why they call it a receiver the outputs on tv goto inputs on receiver
you need to redo your wireing so that this which i described is correct again