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Solved Denon AVR

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by Jim73, Dec 29, 2018.

  1. Jim73

    Jim73 Thread Starter

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    I have a Denon AVR-S510BT connected to a Samsung Smart TV and Harmony Hub. Lately when I use my Logitech Harmony Ultimate One remote to mute the system, The Denon switches from TV Audio mode to some other and I have to manually tune it back to TV Audio. Does anyone else have this problem or know how to correct it?

    Additionally, I have an Amazon Echo that works with the Harmony hub and will turn on/off the TV and AVR as well as other functions. The Alexa app is installed on my Samsung Smart Phone and shows the Denon paired; however, when I try have it turn on the Denon to Bluetooth and play Pandora, it says "I couldn't find a device or group named Bluetooth in Jim's Profile." Bluetooth is paired and when I manually tune the Denon to Bluetooth it works fine. I have uninstalled the Denon on the Alexa app and searched all over the web for a solution, but to no avail. It worked fine using Alexa prior to a power surge some time back, but now it won't. I am stymied.
     
  2. Drabdr

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    Hello Jim!

    Did you ever get this worked out?
     
  3. Jim73

    Jim73 Thread Starter

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    The issue with the mute seems to have resolved itself. Amazon cannot seem to understand why the Echo won't turn on the AVR and go to Bluetooth. It is not a problem, since I can use my Harmopny Ultimate One to play tune to Bluetooth. Thanks for asking.
     
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