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Try using the old cables, however temporarily. It will allow you to distinguish between
A. defective cables
B. system wrecked or damaged by transport
C. other problem, e.g. excessively long cables or something else.
Are those cables RCA type, or USB, or some other type?
Also look closely at the indicators for every box in the system, to make sure none are abnormal.
Yes, try that ... try a minimum setup, that actually works (?) then add one component at a time, until you see non-function.
Is it possible that the whole setup spans two different power outlet circuits? I doubt it, if the cable length are only 6 feet at most, but if that were to be the case, it could introduce problems. It's a rare cause, but can happen.
That's fine. Get back to me at your convenience. Thanks.
Well... that's courteous of you, to put it that way, thanks.
However, I have Opted Out of this case, opening it to other Experts, in case another Expert here has seen this sort of case before, or has some idea about it that I don't have.