Help with JVC RX-9010VBK

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  1. John_Bilbrey

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    Anyone with experience on this unit? I just bought the RX-9010VBK this week and am having a little trouble with getting it to recognize a digital signal from my PS2 (no DVD player yet). I went into the setup on the PS2 to enable the digial out (I'm using the fiber optic digital cable). I hooked this into one of the fiber inputs on the receiver. I checked to make sure that there was "light" coming throught the cable, so I know that it's getting to the receiver from the PS2.
    Here's my problem/question: How do I tell the receiver that I want to use the fiber input rather than the digital coax for the DVD? It is set for the DVD to use the digital coax from the factory. I also tried moving the factory assigned digital inputs into another order (factory is 1[​IMG]VD, 2:CD, 3:TV, 4:MD/CDR). No help there. Any ideas? I also posted in the receivers area and basics forums. Thanks!
     
  2. Chad Ellinger

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    I have a JVC 8010VBK. I think you're on the right track with reassigning digital inputs. Once you've done that, select DVD mode on your receiver and press the Input Analog/Digital button to set that source to digital mode. You should be good to go.
    This is detailed on pages 30-31 of the manual.
     
  3. John_Bilbrey

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    Does it matter which optical input I use? As long as I pick "DVD" as a source, and assign the first optical (not the coax) to DVD, I should be good to go then.
     
  4. Chad Ellinger

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    No, it shouldn't matter what optical input you use, as long as there is an order combination with "DVD" corresponding to the input you are using.
     
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    This may sound stupid but did you use both the Digital and Analog connections when hooking up your PS2.

    I did this with my DVD player and noticed the JVC reciever chose Analog by default.
     
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    See reply in receivers forum. Thanks!
     

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