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Hi @geekittogether ,
Looking at the audio block diagram on p.32 of the [https://www.manualslib.com/manual/815424/Denon-Avr-1909.html#manual|service manual] for your receiver, one common factor for no audio out from any digital or analogue audio inputs, is if it is setup to receive audio from EXT in
Here’s an image taken from the service manual that shows what I mean.
[image|1646824]
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)
The orange arrow indicates audio received from digital sources e.g. HDMI
The blue arrow indicates audio received from analogue sources e.g. AM/FM tuner
The green arrow indicates audio from EXT in (external source?).
Since you are not getting any audio out from any digital or analogue audio input connection, it may be that the switch (Zone2 - SB assign?) shown by the multiple green arrows in the red box is set to ext and not to either ana or dsp.
There is also the possibility that the “mute” function may be operated, ;-)
-Here’s a image taken from the troubleshooting section of the [https://usa.denon.com/us/product/hometheater/receivers/avr1909?docname=AVR-1909-OM-E_202A.pdf|user manual] that shows what to check if the is no sound from the speakers just to help eliminate possible causes.
+Here’s a image taken from the troubleshooting section of the [https://usa.denon.com/us/product/hometheater/receivers/avr1909?docname=AVR-1909-OM-E_202A.pdf|user manual] that shows what to check if there is no sound from the speakers just to help eliminate other possible causes.
[image|1646870]
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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @geekittogether ,
Looking at the audio block diagram on p.32 of the [https://www.manualslib.com/manual/815424/Denon-Avr-1909.html#manual|service manual] for your receiver, one common factor for no audio out from any digital or analogue audio inputs, is if it is setup to receive audio from EXT in
Here’s an image taken from the service manual that shows what I mean.
[image|1646824]
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)
The orange arrow indicates audio received from digital sources e.g. HDMI
The blue arrow indicates audio received from analogue sources e.g. AM/FM tuner
The green arrow indicates audio from EXT in (external source?).
Since you are not getting any audio out from any digital or analogue audio input connection, it may be that the switch (Zone2 - SB assign?) shown by the multiple green arrows in the red box is set to ext and not to either ana or dsp.
There is also the possibility that the “mute” function may be operated, ;-)
-Here’s a image taken from the troubleshooting section of the [https://usa.denon.com/us/product/hometheater/receivers/avr1909?docname=AVR-1909-OM-E_202A.pdf|user manual] that shows whatto check if the is no sound from the speakers.[image|1646870] (click on image to enlarge for better viewing)
+Here’s a image taken from the troubleshooting section of the [https://usa.denon.com/us/product/hometheater/receivers/avr1909?docname=AVR-1909-OM-E_202A.pdf|user manual] that shows what to check if the is no sound from the speakers just to help eliminate possible causes.
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+[image|1646870]
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+(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @geekittogether ,
Looking at the audio block diagram on p.32 of the [https://www.manualslib.com/manual/815424/Denon-Avr-1909.html#manual|service manual] for your receiver, one common factor for no audio out from any digital or analogue audio inputs, is if it is setup to receive audio from EXT in
Here’s an image taken from the service manual that shows what I mean.
[image|1646824]
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)
The orange arrow indicates audio received from digital sources e.g. HDMI
The blue arrow indicates audio received from analogue sources e.g. AM/FM tuner
The green arrow indicates audio from EXT in (external source?).
Since you are not getting any audio out from any digital or analogue audio input connection, it may be that the switch (Zone2 - SB assign?) shown by the multiple green arrows in the red box is set to ext and not to either ana or dsp.
There is also the possibility that the “mute” function may be operated, ;-)
+
+Here’s a image taken from the troubleshooting section of the [https://usa.denon.com/us/product/hometheater/receivers/avr1909?docname=AVR-1909-OM-E_202A.pdf|user manual] that shows whatto check if the is no sound from the speakers.[image|1646870] (click on image to enlarge for better viewing)

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @geekittogether ,
Looking at the audio block diagram on p.32 of the [https://www.manualslib.com/manual/815424/Denon-Avr-1909.html#manual|service manual] for your receiver, one common factor for no audio out from any digital or analogue audio inputs, is if it is setup to receive audio from EXT in
Here’s an image taken from the service manual that shows what I mean.
[image|1646824]
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)
The orange arrow indicates audio received from digital sources e.g. HDMI
The blue arrow indicates audio received from analogue sources e.g. AM/FM tuner
The green arrow indicates audio from EXT in (external source?).
-Since you are not getting any audio out from any audio input, presumably digital and analogue, it may be that the switch (Zone2 - SB assign?) shown by the multiple green arrows in the red box is set to ext and not to either ana or dsp.
+Since you are not getting any audio out from any digital or analogue audio input connection, it may be that the switch (Zone2 - SB assign?) shown by the multiple green arrows in the red box is set to ext and not to either ana or dsp.
-There is also the “mute function which may be a possibility as well
+There is also the possibility that the “mute function may be operated, ;-)

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @geekittogether ,
-Looking at the audio block diagram on p.32 of the [https://www.manualslib.com/manual/815424/Denon-Avr-1909.html#manual|service manual] for your receiver, the common factor for no audio out from any digital or analogue audio inputs, is if it is setup to receive audio from EXT in
+Looking at the audio block diagram on p.32 of the [https://www.manualslib.com/manual/815424/Denon-Avr-1909.html#manual|service manual] for your receiver, one common factor for no audio out from any digital or analogue audio inputs, is if it is setup to receive audio from EXT in
Here’s an image taken from the service manual that shows what I mean.
[image|1646824]
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)
The orange arrow indicates audio received from digital sources e.g. HDMI
The blue arrow indicates audio received from analogue sources e.g. AM/FM tuner
The green arrow indicates audio from EXT in (external source?).
Since you are not getting any audio out from any audio input, presumably digital and analogue, it may be that the switch (Zone2 - SB assign?) shown by the multiple green arrows in the red box is set to ext and not to either ana or dsp.
There is also the “mute’ function which may be a possibility as well

Estatus:

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @geekittogether ,
Looking at the audio block diagram on p.32 of the [https://www.manualslib.com/manual/815424/Denon-Avr-1909.html#manual|service manual] for your receiver, the common factor for no audio out from any digital or analogue audio inputs, is if it is setup to receive audio from EXT in
Here’s an image taken from the service manual that shows what I mean.
[image|1646824]
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)
The orange arrow indicates audio received from digital sources e.g. HDMI
The blue arrow indicates audio received from analogue sources e.g. AM/FM tuner
The green arrow indicates audio from EXT in (external source?).
-Since you are not getting any audio out from any audio input, presumably digital and analogue, it may be that the switch (Zone2 - SB assign?) shown by the multiple green arrows in the red box is set to ext and not to either ana or dsp
+Since you are not getting any audio out from any audio input, presumably digital and analogue, it may be that the switch (Zone2 - SB assign?) shown by the multiple green arrows in the red box is set to ext and not to either ana or dsp.
+
+There is also the “mute’ function which may be a possibility as well

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @geekittogether ,
Looking at the audio block diagram on p.32 of the [https://www.manualslib.com/manual/815424/Denon-Avr-1909.html#manual|service manual] for your receiver, the common factor for no audio out from any digital or analogue audio inputs, is if it is setup to receive audio from EXT in
Here’s an image taken from the service manual that shows what I mean.
[image|1646824]
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)
The orange arrow indicates audio received from digital sources e.g. HDMI
The blue arrow indicates audio received from analogue sources e.g. AM/FM tuner
The green arrow indicates audio from EXT in (external source?).
-Since you are not getting any audio out from any audio input, presumably digital and analogue, it may be that the switch (Zone2 - SB assign?) shown by the multiple green arrows in the red box is set to external.
+Since you are not getting any audio out from any audio input, presumably digital and analogue, it may be that the switch (Zone2 - SB assign?) shown by the multiple green arrows in the red box is set to ext and not to either ana or dsp

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @geekittogether ,
-Looking at the audio block diagram on p.32 of the [https://www.manualslib.com/manual/815424/Denon-Avr-1909.html#manual|service manual] for your receiver, the common factor for no audio out from any digital or analogue audio inputs, is if it is setup to receive audio from an “external” source.
+Looking at the audio block diagram on p.32 of the [https://www.manualslib.com/manual/815424/Denon-Avr-1909.html#manual|service manual] for your receiver, the common factor for no audio out from any digital or analogue audio inputs, is if it is setup to receive audio from EXT in
Here’s an image taken from the service manual that shows what I mean.
[image|1646824]
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)
The orange arrow indicates audio received from digital sources e.g. HDMI
The blue arrow indicates audio received from analogue sources e.g. AM/FM tuner
-The green arrow indicates audio from EXT (external source).
+The green arrow indicates audio from EXT in (external source?).
Since you are not getting any audio out from any audio input, presumably digital and analogue, it may be that the switch (Zone2 - SB assign?) shown by the multiple green arrows in the red box is set to external.

Estatus:

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Aporte original por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @geekittogether ,

Looking at the audio block diagram on p.32 of the [https://www.manualslib.com/manual/815424/Denon-Avr-1909.html#manual|service manual] for your receiver, the common factor for no audio out from any digital or analogue audio inputs, is if it is setup to receive audio from an “external” source.

Here’s an image taken from the service manual that shows what I mean.

[image|1646824]

(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)

The orange arrow indicates audio received from digital sources e.g. HDMI

The blue arrow indicates audio received from analogue sources e.g. AM/FM tuner

The green arrow indicates audio from EXT (external source).

Since you are not getting any audio out from any audio input, presumably digital and analogue, it may be that the switch (Zone2 - SB assign?) shown by the multiple green arrows in the red box is set to external.

Estatus:

open