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Re: the who input button
Usually a tv that doesn't "see" video on the S-video will not even "switch" to it. It just goes to the next Svideo, RCA etc..
Make sure your cable is not damaged. (on both ends) Does the svideo source and svideo cable work with another tv or video device?
From the Manual: " WHO•INPUT In TV mode, press WHO•INPUT to toggle through the available Video Input
channels (VID/SVID and the current channel). In SAT mode, press to select available channel lists.
Using the WHO•INPUT Button
Use the WHO•INPUT button to toggle through the available input sources (VID and the current
channel) and view the content from the component you have connected to the TV.
1. Press TV to place the remote in TV mode. Make sure that the content from the component is
2. Press WHO•INPUT to tune to the available input source and view the component.
3. Press WHO•INPUT again to tune back to the channel you were previously watching. "
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1 yellow cable from home theatre Video out to TV video input and push the TV/ video or input button on the TV remote, next take red/white cables and plug one end into your satellite or cable box to audio output and connect those to the audio input on the home theatre. them push the Fucntion button to AUX, should be working after that.
OSD for on your TV for a Pioneer Receiver setup menu.(It doesn’t matter what make your TV is).
Connect the MONITOR OUT video jack on the receiver to a video input on your TV.Use a standard RCA video cable to the composite video jack.
Turn your TV on and put your TV onto AV3.Turn your receiver on, then on your remote control push the receiver button (this is not the on/off button, there is another button with receiver written on it) then push the setup button on your remote control.You should get the OSD menu on your TV for the settings for your receiver.
First with the TV and the DVD player off, connect the cables with the best possible connection that you can. The cable with the red,white and yellow plugs on both ends is a Composite Video cable. If this is the best output on your DVD player, connect the cable to those jacks and to the matching color connections for a composite (or A/V) in on your TV. Alternatively, use two (usually the red and white plugs) for your audio connection and get a separate S-Video cable and connect that to your TV and DVD player. Composite and S-video both carry only an standard definition (480p) video output.
Your DVD player may have other connections. You will need to buy the other cables to connect these but you will get a better picture (high definition video) if you can use component or HDMI cables. The component video cable uses three plugs (usually red, blue and green) to carry the video signal. You also use the RCA audio cable (red/white) to carry the audio between the TV and the DVD player. HDMI cables carry the video and sound on one cable and looks somewhat like a large USB cable (the side that connects to the computer - rectangular). These cables are available at many stores that sell electronics but you can find them at better prices at online stores that sell cables.
Once you have these cables, turn on the TV and look for a button on your remote (or the TV) that says Source or Input. Press this button several times until you are at the input that corresponds to the one that your DVD player is connected to. (Some of my TVs have more than one of a given input; so you have to match AV1 or AV2 for example.) Then turn on the DVD player. (Note for some TVs it is possible to delete inputs from the source list when they aren't used. You may need to edit this list to see the correct inputs.) If this doesn't help, try turning off the TV then turn on the DVD player first and then the TV and locate the correct input.
Without knowing the TV or DVD player models, I can't identify all of your inputs and how to determine the best one for you to use. If you add a comment with the model information, I'll give you additional assistance if I can.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (the inputs on all of my TVs have labels in a small font. Often each input choice is surrounded by a box so that you don't accidentally plug in the audio cable at Component 2 and the video cable at Component 1. You may want a magnifying glass to make sure that you correctly identify the source that you need to find in the input list.)
When a TV says "no signal" it means it cannot find a video sync present on the input which is currently selected. Knowing your TV Manufacturer and model would help tremendously, as would knowing what it is hooked up to.
For starters, it could be one of a few things:
It is selected to an input to which there is no source connected [SOLUTION] make sure the TV is set to view the correct input (INPUT or SOURCE) button.
The cable between the source and the TV is bad, or the plugs are not properly seated at both ends of the cable [SOLUTION] Make sure that BOTH ends of the cable are pushed all the way in, and securely seated. If that doesn't work, try replacing the cable with a different one
You have the cables connected incorrectly (for example, a composite video signal (yellow) will fit into a left or right audio connector (red or white). If you are plugging in by reaching around but can't see, this could be a problem. I have also seen people plug video inputs into outputs (many TVs have a video loop out, so if you plug something IN to that you aren't going to get picture. [SOLUTION] Make sure you physically inspect the inputs on the TV and outputs on the source
It is trying to use it's internal tuner (if it has a digital tuner) and there is no cable or antenna feed attached [SOLUTION] make sure the TV is set to view the correct input (INPUT or SOURCE) button.
The source you are trying to watch (DVD player, etc) is not turned on [SOLUTION] verify that the source is plugged in and outputting video
The TV is defective. [SOLUTION] take it back . . . its a lemon.
To see the game when you have it on you need to change the input setting on the tv. to do this you push tv/vidio on front of tv or the input button. You did not give tv make or model # to help you more