2 yr old rcs d52w20. works fine off coaxial cable from digital convert into chanel 3. hdtv plugged into either cmp1 or cmp2 image is fuzzy. can see 2 or 3 images from the different colors. can adjust convergence from coax. all is lined up.
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First find out if your Dish HD box has an optical or coaxial digital audio out. Connect this digital out to to the Denon's optical or coaxial input. On the back of the receiver the digital inputs are labeled as DVD or CD/CBL . Remember to select the front input selector of the Receiver according to what ever input you have connected your HD box. On all TV channels your 5.1 speakers may not work. You can make them work by choosing some of the DSP functions on the Denon remote. Just press the surround button and select Dolby Pro Logic II movies / music. This will convert 2 channel audio to 5.1.
u can make connections only through digital inputs(optical and coaxial). u can connect the digital outputs of ur dvd and cable set top box to the receiver. no way to connect HDMI. HDMI is a high definition media interface. for using it u have to go for a av receiver that supports HDMI.
Hi, I am posting the instructions of how to set up the analog converter box :- Hope it will you. ·Things you’llneed: Analog TV, antenna, two coaxial cable, and converter box ·Instructions: Step 1 Unplug coaxial cable on the back of TV "antenna in" (RF) port Step 2 Insert coaxial wire into the "antenna in" on the converter box Step 3 Use second coaxial wire and plug in the converter box, "out to TV" port. Plug the other end into “antenna in" on the TV Step 4 Power on the converter box and TV. Change TV channel to 3 or 4. Follow on screen instruction to Complete setup. Step 5 After setup you will begin to see more channels than before with better clarity. Some stations will broadcast two or three channels. Enjoy
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I have the same problem, If anyone could help it would be appreciated.... I have the coaxial cable plugged in which on another TV had all 85 channels, and I changed the TV from analog to digital and reprogrammed it but I still only get like 4 or 5 local channels?
YOu will need a box that will convert your coaxial signal (cable) into a another using either Composite (RCA wires) or component (Yr,Yb, Yg) outputs. Your local radio shack should be able to accommodate you
I have the same exact model tv...Love it...ATSC tuners is in definition an Analog tuner. As the broadcasting companies change over to Digital broadcasting before the deadline in Febuary 2009 more and more local or Non-Digital chanels are becoming obsolete. You would have to purchase a converter box for your tv if your not planning on getting cable. Another way to gois if you have an old cable line running through you house (no incomming cable) plug you tv into that jack. That also acts as a antenna. The sweet part of all this is that your tv do have a QAM tuner or Digital tuner built in just need that digital antenna to pair it up.
What is your TV input connection? Are you using Antenna? Cable? Dish?
The Unusable Signal sounds like the TV is not getting a signal. Does your TV have a built in HD Tuner?
If you are using Antenna you might want to try setting up the connections and it should search for quality channels that you get good signal strength. If you are on channel 2 and there is no over the air channel 2 it may say "unusable signal".
The silver box is called the TUNER. Call an RCA distributor, such as Union Electronics or Herman-Panson and order it by description by asking for the tuner for your model number. Have the location number on the board, just in case.