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Pioneer VSX-D307 Receiver - no audio using DVD inputs

All other line-level audio right and left inputs work correctly.
However, ther is no output when the audio source is connected to the DVD audio inputs. Either right or left or both. Does any body have any suggestions for finding and solving the problem? I have not been able to find any schematics for this Receiver.

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  • tjr Jul 08, 2009

    Thank you fulcore!

    That may have been it.
    The DVD Player was analog only.
    While in DVD mode I switched the Pioneer Receiver through all of its audio options and it came alive.
    Now everything is working correctly.

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Sometimes the default on receivers in dvd mode will be digital. Make sure you are on an analog input or just try an optical or digital coax out of the dvd player and be done.

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