PIONEER ELITE VSX 42 MANUAL
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Pioneer VSX-42 ELITE Operating Instructions Manual
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No signal from my Pioneer Elite VSX-42. Need manual.
Cannot get my Pioneer Elite VSX-42 to connect to my home network. This model is Airplay enabled and use to work fine. I recently had to disconnect the unit in order to move it.Hello. my name is ***** ***** I can assist you. I worked for Pioneer as a Field Service Engineer. There are a few things you can try. The first would be a factory reset, which I can get for you, if you don't have your manual. You say the other items work when plugged directly into the TV. Is that correct? If it turns out to be that the receiver itself, is damaged, there are a few approaches. If you still want to use HDMI, repairing the board is not feasible for you. You can buy a new HDMI board, if it's available from Pioneer. Then you could just plug the board in, again, not the easiest job, an you must take certain precautions to prevent Electrostatic Discharge. JACUSTOMER-s7fc5sps- : I have no picture so its hard to find the factory reset in the network settings AudioExpert : No. These would be a combination of buttons to push on the front panel, not what you are looking for on the TV. If you have your manual, it will say return to factory settings. If you don't have the manual, I'll be happy to get it for you. It's just that it's easier to read it from the printed page in front of you, rather than get the step by step from me. Let me know if you need the manual. Dave JACUSTOMER-s7fc5sps- : i have the manual and this is what it says: Select factory from the Network setup menu, select start, select OK to confirm Any advice on reset without display?I don't believe your receiver has a hardware issue. What you are running up against is a firmware issue. When we bypassed your receiver, everything worked fine. That means that the receiver is the issue. Remember when we were trying to use the component cables? The reason I wanted you to try those is this. All the products have HDCP protection. HD Copy Guard Protection. All the units in the loop, DVD, PS3, Receiver and TV, all "handshake", which is a technical term for talking with each other, to decide whether or not, they will allow the signal to pass each unit to your projector. If that HDCP circuit detects that the copyrighted material is being removed from this one path(DVD to TV through the receiver) it will automatically cut off picture and sound, or at a minimum, one or the other. This HDCP protection, was mandated by the studios to all the manufactures to include this in their products, to prevent Pirated material. Unfortunately, although each of the companies has agreed to make their product compatible, some of them are not holding stead fast to the HDMI guidelines. That's all it takes; one company to foul up the entire a/v path, ending up like you have now. That is why your first receiver wouldn't work, and this is also true of your Pioneer. The manufactures use to correct the firmware when they came across an issue, but now that many of the companies, are near bankruptcy, they no longer have the millions of dollars it cost to rewrite firmware, so now they are all pointing fingers at each other, says it this or that manufacture that is causing your issue. Not us! I know all of this material, as this was part of my responsibility at Pioneer. I designed the download jigs they use to use to upgrade the firmware, as it was done with an RS-232 connection long before the Internet solved this issue. It still doesn't change the fact that someone needs to correct the firmare, otherwise it won't work. The HDMI connection seems to be the most sensitive area for firmware problems to start with. Using the component cables are much less likely to have this issue, but, if you're a home installer, you would much more appreciative in pulling one little HDMI cable through the walls, than deal with 4 separate cables. In any case, that was why I wanted you to try the component connections. I went to Texas to help a friend, maybe a year ago now, and he needed to update his home theater system. He ended up buying a VSX-521, and wouldn't you know it, a big fat firmware issue like yours. He ended up trying 3 different branded receivers, before I told him what I'm telling you. We rerouted his signals with component video, with a digital audio cable, and it worked perfectly. I even went so far as to email the head of engineering at Pioneer, regarding the issue. Nothing was ever done about it. We were looking at my friend's owner's manual, and right there in bold print was, "We only guarantee our product to work with OUR product" letting them off the hook. Look in your manual, and I'll bet you find the same text. Anyway, taking your unit back is a waste of time, and generally restocking fees apply, IMHO. There is one thing you can try. Look in your owner's manual, and read how to find the version number of the firmware currently in your unit. Please get back to me with that, and I will log on to the Pioneer service website, to see if they ever produced any new firmware that may address this issue. So, if you believe I have assisted you as best possible, I would greatly appreciate you rating my answer with a 5, as this is the way we are compensated for our time and expertise. Additioinally, tips and bonuses, as always, are greatly appreciated. If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask. It's been my pleasure assisting you, and please tell your wife, that she was right from the start. You shouldn't have started with this in the first place. :-) Regards, DaveHello Ryan, Thank you for the excellent rating, but did we get the issue resolved? Please let me know. DaveWell thank you so much for the rating, despite you replacing the receiver. So is this one working correctly now? I hate to be the pessimist, but sooner or later, you are going to end up in the same position. All it takes is one disc to written wrong, or written with an artifact or just plain error, and you'll be looking for me again. It was a pleasure working with you, and thank you for your complements as to being on the right track. As I have worked by sides of the fence, working for the manufactures, as well as having my own business, I was privy to knowledge that the others don't have, so I've seen firmware issues, worked at Pioneer, during the firmware infancy(so to speak) and knowing full well that this would happen. The only way this technology can work, is if all the parties involved, hold the line, and work together to insure that this doesn't happen. Unfortunately , that would be a dream that probably won't see fruition. You take care of yourself, and enjoy your Yamaha. I'm still in contact with the only tech support guy left, at Yamaha, and closer to the end of the year, he will be 70 beginning to taper off work and into retirement. His boss said I could take this guys job, but then I just heard a few days ago, they let his boss and another similar coworker go. My friend there said, when he's gone, that's it. They won't be replacing him. Sad times for this industry I have spent 35 long years in. :-( Anyway, take care, and once again, thanks. DaveOK. That does you no good. Let me go get a manual. OK. I'm back. Pioneer just worded it poorly. It's on page 64 middle column. Try that procedure. Sorry.Just a side note. I hope you have configured your TV to use a composite input for the on screen display. You must use the composite(yellow cable) from the MONITOR OUTPUT to connect to any composite input on your TV to see the menu. The menu for the Pioneer is not output through the HDMI port. That material is on page 17, in your manual.Anyway, so the wife figured it out huh? Don't you just hate that. :-) So let's start fresh. What other than the OSD is not working, and you do have a single composite cable between the MONITOR OUT on the back of the receiver, to an A/V input on the TV? What's the name of the input you have it plugged into? Did you select that input on your TV remote? Then all you have to do is hit menu on the Pioneer remote.you should. You can only get the display with a composite input on your TV.they both have to be on. Let me go pull your manual, and I'll be right back.I'm sorry/ I don't know what I was reading before, but it says you have to use the HDMI connection, and hit Home Menu on the remote. Try that.You have to press the receiver button on the remote, so the remote knows your trying to control the receiver. Then there is a home menu button on the remote. Push that.
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