For some unknown reason, the receiver only recognizes the fronts...however, there is sound coming out from the "unrecognized" speakers...the receiver does not see the them...how come? PC has a gigabyte b85m-hd3 mobo and G3258. critical_gp Posts: 80. It may be similar through hdmi. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! I am not familiar with the Yamaha receivers but with my Denon, the receiver did not "recognize" any of the speakers, there was a menu setting where you told the receiver which speakers you had hooked up. It will however detect the TV and is playing audio through the speakers attached to the surround sound. My PC doesn't recognize my receiver, Yamaha RX-V777. Next, please check the following 3 points. But it all works when you connect to the TV directly? In order to send a digital signal (5.1 or better) from the DVD player to the receiver you need a digital connection. PC has a gigabyte b85m-hd3 mobo and G3258. 2005-06 Club Polk Football Pool Champion!. critical, there you go! No audio or video? My PC doesn't recognize my receiver, Yamaha RX-V777. Sound may not output from AV Receiver/Sound Bar due to temporary HDMI identification error or recent software update on the TV. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Home Theater PC - Drive your TV and Media experience with a Media PC, Press J to jump to the feed. now just calibrate the levels on all speakers and sit back and enjoy. After five minutes, reconnect HDMI cables and power cables. March 2006 edited April 2006 in Troubleshooting. For sound devices on the computer though it only reads the TV, not the receiver. My worry is that I'm losing quality somewhere since it isn't detecting the actual device that is playing audio. So you connect HDMI out to the receiver and get nothing? ...because Im using standard audio cables? I better be right because I just purchased Monster Digital Coaxial Cable online....so, when i receive it in about 7 days... Win7 Media Center -> Onkyo TXSR702 -> Polk Rti70. This can be done with either a Toslink (fiber optic) or Digital Coax interconnect (normally the orange jack). Is this causing any unknown issues in sound quality or is it something that I shouldn't worry about? Sorry, should have described it better the first time. I get audio and sound. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Is this causing any unknown issues in sound quality or is it something that I shouldn't worry about? I just plugged my stereo into the spdif plug on my computer, in windows 10 I had to disable the green line out port and make the spdif output the main output. It looks like you're new here. It will however detect the TV and is playing audio through the speakers attached to the surround sound. Receiver not recognizing speakers! Sounds like you might have the DVD player connected via a pair of analog interconnects only right now. First, power off the AV Receiver/Sound Bar and TV, disconnect all the HDMI cables, and unplug the power cables. All drivers have been updated in the PC and firmware updated in the receiver. They are connected to Yamaha HTR5730 receiver with 16 gauge Aucostic Research speaker wire. what exactly do you mean by unrecognized?
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