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IT'S A PIONEER VSX-515

I had it setup but then I moved and now I'm getting no audio out of the tv to the speakers but the radio works?

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    I HAVE A PIONEER VSX-D414 i connected it to my tv . then turned it on and pressed quick setup. it reads how many speakers. what is next step?

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Either you plugged the TV outputs into the wrong input or you accidentally set it for the wrong Input mode (i.e. your using analog cables but it's set to look for digital optical).

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