Originally Posted by szankal
I tried that already. No use.
No even the stand-by light would not come on.
I am really devastated....
First check through the Denon's menu. Carefully check through all items. Make sure that sub
is set to On. Also that it is available to all formats.
Check that the sub is connected to the sub pre-out
. I am not familar with the Denons, but most receivers have two sub outlets - one for a powered sub, and one for a non-powered sub.
Run through the speaker levels (in the menu), and make sure the sub emits sound. Here you can alter it's level as well. You may have to turn it up with the level trim.
I'm not familiar with the Panasonic player, but there may be settings in there that need to be adjusted.
Borrow or rent another BD disc and see if the same problem occurs. It sounds like the intro (probably just Dolby) has the LFEs (Low Frequency Effects) going to the sub, but the
LFEs in the high definition format is not.
Don't give up. I'm certain it is just a simple setup problem. I would ask the same question in the 1909 forum (there must be a special thread just for the 1909), and also in the Panasonic BD30 forum.
Oh, once you get it all up and running (and you will), don't forget to run Audyssey. Amazing free tuning program in your Denon that will make the whole system really come alive. When using Audyssey, follow these
directions carefully to get the best out of it.