Sherwood receiver hook up, click on the category of equipment that you would like to troubleshoot.
When you're finished, you should have your receiver, speakers, TV, and other components Blu-Ray player, etc. Its being used less frequently now, but if you've bought a new computer or video card for your PC recently, it probably has a DVI or two port on it.
The other inputs won't be used unless you plan on adding an amplifier. Tape M should not be displayed unless you are playing a cassette. This is used for infrared remote controls to take over your home theater system.
Its quite a few years old now and doesn't have modern amenities such as HDMI. Let's start with inputs and outputs.
First, you click a link, say, for Home Theater Receivers which brought you here. Click on the picture below to zoom in and see a lot of common inputs on receivers.
Its common and its cheap.
Its a pair of power inputs. Composite audio is the bottom-of-the-barrel in audio. Most computer monitors use DVI now and video cards have followed suit. If you don't understand something, read through the entire How-To as most of it will be explained in detail.
Not all devices support both audio and video in HDMI, but any Blu-Ray player will and its the only connection you should be using for one.
Identifying Inputs and Outputs on a Surround Sound Receiver
Modern receivers usually have a simple connection now for iPods and other devices. This is highly unnecessary for most home use. Basically the same performance wise, you have fiber optic connections with the square shape and digital coaxial just like an RCA cable.
HDMI may provide a technically superior image, but I don't think anyone could tell the difference. Incorrect selection of the input source.
Handy for when the receiver is behind a door or a wall. If it continues to shut down there is a possible defect to this receiver. The first page contains a short introduction and will probably start by identifying components, inputs, outputs, and etc.
Try a different wall outlet and keep the RCA connections at least 18 inches away from the power lines. These inputs use left channel and right channel RCA cables, typically red and white. The master volume is adjusted too low.
Identifying Inputs and Outputs on a Surround Sound Receiver If you don't know what any of that stuff is, let me break it down from left-to-right, top-to-bottom: Sounds similar, but the two are very different.
Go ahead and click on it to see a much-enlarged picture!