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Can I connect a 3.5mm audio cable from my TV to this JVC RX705V receiver?
So if you're trying to amplify the sound coming out of your TV to an amplifier you need to connect the output on the back of your TV on the receiver to the end audio input on the back of your receiver you might need different types of connections on each end but as long as you take the output on the TV and input it into your receiver your receiver will amplify the sound another way you could do it is to go inside the TV and connect two wires off of each of the two wires of each speaker leaving the internal speakers connected and then plug them in to the audio inputs on your receiver also if you're using one of the audio outputs on TV make sure you go into the menu and tell it you're using external speakers Good Luck Chuck
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JVC RX-702B only detects linear PCM, not multi-channel digital
Like most receivers it will probably have settings for the sound output. Once you find this it will be just a matter of switching the system over to Dolby signals. If you find that it already set like that, try switching the DVD or blue ray player you are using or whatever source, using their sound settings on them. So that both devices are sending and detecting Dolby signals.
If both devices are set correctly then there probably will be a fault in the decoder of the JVC.
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My JVC cd player is in lock position. Cant open
What model of JVC?
Portable, table-top hi-fi type, model number?
If case-type with a bezel, which ejects, maybe the ejection mechanism is faulty.
There's at least one article in TIPS for this.
Otherwise if it has a pinhole at the front, bezel type, shove a paper-clip firmly in to manually eject.
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