Re: How do you reboot the Denon AVR-2807 to factory...
To reboot, turn receiver off by the small on/off button, not the big standby button. While off press the night and pure direct button at the same time and keep holding them with your right hand while pressing the small on/off button with your left. You will see your receiver menu flash. When you see it flash let go of the night and pure direct button and the receiver will reset it self to the radio station 87.50. The receiver's microprocessor has now been set back to factory. Enjoy this info is straight from Denon's Tech support. I had to do this on mine
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1. Switch of the unit using <Power>
2. Hold the following <Pure Direct> and <Night>, and press <Power>
3. Check that the entire display is blinking with an interval of about 1 second and release the butttons.
This is on page 42 of the manual available at retrevo.com
hello if you know this spitter conduct voltage and its feed from main device and when you connect another it send it ground you have to do this chech with a voltmeter in the hdmi splitter output is not dc present if so change it cause is not blocking dc current saludos
Absolutely! Keyword(Read the instruction and follow it step-by-step.) Well,if you do,you wouldn't be asking for help,cause you want a 50+ pages Denon manual instruction to be concise to few paragraphs so you could move on with your life-:o) Okay.only this time! Denon ipod docking station comes with a power plug and a set of cable which you need to connect behind the Denon AVR-2807 receiver which is under an INPUT LABEL for IPOD only(not going to give it away,you will find it!) Now,of course you could use HDMI......but,the quickest way to view your video(on screen menu) will be using a composite(RCA) video cable to connect from the Video output(yellow color) from the receiver to the TV composite video input.Turn on your IPOD,and you are ready to see the on screen manual. Hey,this is just a lazy way to start you off if tomorrow night you have a date;otherwise,set it up properly by using the instruction! Cheers, solutiondoct
Finally the problem was with the HDMI cable. When I pushed it in on the TV set the problem disappeared. It seems the connections must be quite firm on the HDMI cables otherwise anything may interfere to the sound.