- Index of /Sony/Audio - Schematics For Free
- Service manual SONY STR-AV260L FREE MANUAL - Fixya
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Index of /Sony/Audio - Schematics For Free
That means you only need to run a DVD player through those inputs as it's likely to be your only multi-channel source player.
Service manual SONY STR-AV260L FREE MANUAL - Fixya
And while it does not appear to have an optical input, it does have discrete 5 ch inputs. " You only need to run those source players which are truly multi-channel through the DVD/5.1 inputs.
Sony receiver "protect" mode? - AnandTech
A friend of mine gave me this receiver and I like it, no real problems so far. If you have 2ch hooked up...5.1 or whatever, you should get 2ch out? If you can get to a remote or use the onscreen display, maybe you have a 'synthesized' surround sound mode from stereo. The optical cable is dirt cheap.....maybe 15$ at Walmart, which will certainly do for tests. CD's and tapes, MP3's, TV's, computers and phono will not produce - and therefore do not require - a multi-channel input.
Sony Receiver User Manuals and Support
But I was given this with no manual (and no remote) and I hooked up everything, including two sets of working speakers ('front' speakers and then the other pair into rear). Do I need to run things through the DVD/5.1 inputs? If the back speakers don't work then, you may actually have a problem. Play a movie and make sure the DVD player is setup for 5.1 output...... (The exception would be a computer with a multi-channel output which is unlikely to exist here.) Just plug the interconnect cables from each component into the inputs as labelled and, if there's no label for "computer", use something like "aux" instead.
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