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When I use a coaxial cable from my DVD player into the Coaxial input in the unit, I get pic but no sound, and yes I have set the input mode to coaxial. Graeme

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  • Anonymous Jul 14, 2009

    when I set it to ADF it should automatically it should detect what mode of input is being used. but it still doesn't work,

  • Anonymous Jul 14, 2009

    Even when I set it to ADF which should automatically detect the input mode it still dosn't work. my DVD player doesn't have optical so I can't try that, the surround speakers are working, (Test tone). Yes I do realise the Coaxial and optical is for the sound only.

  • Anonymous Jul 15, 2009

    Thanx for your reply, I have found the problem, the player was given to me second hand and I just presumed it had been set up, but it had NOT been set up for digital, I don't have the book, so I just changed it for another one and away it went, it found the coaxial digital straight away and now have full surround sound.

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Coaxial is for sound, not for picture. You set input mode to coaxial, but maybe you also need to set signal type from "analog" to "digital".

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On some DVD players you have a option to set coaxial out in different variants

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