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Probs Yam DSP-AX640SE Denon DVD 2200

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by judgefudge, Oct 3, 2005.

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  1. judgefudge

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    Hi,

    Im trying to play DVD's from Denon to Yamaha to LCD telly via component leads and Coax digital for sound. Ive set the input on Yam to DVD and I only get a picture but no sound - if input switchd to D-TV/CBL Auto I get surround sound but no picture - the Denon is set to progressive. Is there anything I can tru or double check on as its driving me bonkers and my girlfriend is naturally losing patience !!!!

    Please Help :rolleyes:
     
  2. John

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    Are the inputs assignable ? Sounds like you need to assign the coax input to DVD , it would seem to be currently asigned to DTV .Rtfm ;) :D

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    Dude,

    On that amp - if you've got your DVD sound output linked coaxially to the amp - then in order to hear this sound - you will need to select 'CD' on your amp's input choices. On your remote - choose 'CD'. (The only way for your amp's 'DVD' button to work for your purposes, is to link optically (TOS-link) from DVD-player to amp.)

    As for picture - your Denon must have true component-output (if it has progressive scan output) - in which case don't mess about with involving your amp in the picture-equation - just connect DVD to LCD directly - that's AFAIK the whole point behind component connectivity - to make most-direct the link between source and screen. To involve your amp in this just defeats the purpose of component connectivity.

    Good luck!! I know what it's like when you've got all this 'gear' - and the Mrs is wondering why on Earth you couldn't have just had a box with an 'On' button on it, like other people - & which at least works!! You've got a cool set-up - it shouldn't be embarrassing you!
     

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