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From the FM radio mode, from your remote press the speaker button to make sure just the front speakers are on, make sure surround is off and use the tone cotrol button on the right side of the amp to adjust the bass and treble. That should clear things up a bit

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Feb 25, 2009

do you have the latest service pack? if not install that first. i beleive it is sevice pack 3 http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=5B33B5A8-5E76-401F-BE08-1E1555D4F3D4&displaylang=en

then give me an update so i can help you further.

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Feb 22, 2009

Seems to be a heat related issue, when it " cools down " awhile it resumes audio output? Be sure you are allowing air circulation around the receiver, I am note sure but I do not think Denons have inboard fans, you could try a ciculating air fan on the unit after playing it for a couple of hours if the receiver feels hot.

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Jan 31, 2009


Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Jan 07, 2009

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Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Dec 17, 2008

I just bought them today they work fine. You do have to have a high speed 2.0 USB port to plug them into.

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Oct 30, 2008

1-speakers terminals are short circuit----turn it off and correct speakers terminals.
2-blocking of ventilation holes of the set -------turn it off and let it cool down and make a good ventilation around ventilation holes.
3-the unit is operated at continuous high power condition------turn it off and let it to cool down and then turn it on.

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Sep 12, 2008

If DIGITAL sign on the display blink, it mean the DSP board is defective. probably the DSP itself

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Sep 11, 2008

If DIGITAL sign blink, this mean DSP board is defective. It will cut the sound on the AMP section. DSp is maybe defective.

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Aug 29, 2008

I have the same problem, if digital sign blink on the display. It is the DSP card who is defective. Probably the DSP itself.

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Aug 29, 2008

turntable and speakers are too close together----separate as much as possible.
-----floor is unstable and vibrate easily-------use cushion to absorb speaker vibration transmitted by floor.

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Aug 04, 2008

please check that system not in muting.------
please check volume control not in low level-----turn it up.
please check your audio input is selected.
check your speakers cables and confirm it is connected firmly.

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Aug 04, 2008

muting is on switch off muting.
---volume control is in low level------turn volume up.
------input signal of audio source not selected------select your audio source.

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Aug 04, 2008

if the display did not lit and power indicator is flashing rapidly------you will have short circuit in speakers cables -----turn it off and remove short circuit cable-------or you have block in ventilation holes---------turn power off and leave it to cool down and remove anything block ventilation holes---and turn it on again after cooling---------another solution-------on screen display is set to off on system setup------turn it to on in system setup.

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Aug 04, 2008

check all speaker wires from the receiver end and the speaker ends. Just the smallest strand of copper could be touching something it should not be touching. Make sure all copper is in the speaker post and not hanging out. The receiver is getting a short and shutting off to protect it self. This could have happened since you were just plugging things in.

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Jul 19, 2008

Select another function, fx V. Aux, then press menu-button. The display should then show "Ipod assign". Use select to find "Ipod: none" and press Enter...

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Jun 08, 2008

I have a AVR - 2802 and was working fine. One fine morning when i started the system there was no sound everything is functioning well except the sound. I checked the speaker connection and the connectiion seems to be perfect. Is there any lock in the system? Can someonetell me how to release the lock.

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on May 08, 2008

Hi Garry

It's not an innappropriate question at all.

Take a look at the review >HERE<

The author Richard Elen has given some interesting information regarding the pros and cons of the different inputs and his recomendations of how to connect and set up, which should give you a few ideas.

Hope this helps

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Mar 11, 2008

Hello...for best sound quality you should use optical or digital i.e sp dif depending what outputs you have on your cd/dvd..the easiest way is the sp dif because you can use ordinary rca cables....then for video you can use s-video or feed video signal direct to your tv via scart or rca input i.e video in but if you have hdmi from your dvd to tv you should us that for video, and i wish you good luck...Ron

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Mar 10, 2008

Unit is in protect mode. Most likely cause of protect activating is blown channel (shorted output transistors). I work for a Authorized Denon repair center in Michigan if Shipping to Michigan is economical let me Know kstahl65@att.net

Denon AVR-2802 | Answered on Feb 15, 2008

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