Question about JVC Televison & Video
I have all the connections and compnent video cables in place on my home entertainment system as I did before I moved from my previoius residence. Now I am not getting a picture on my tv screen. I have the JVC av control receiver RX-D302B. I get all the audio. And I am getting audio and video through the pvr when I want to watch regular/sat channels, yet when I click on the Xbox or the dvr/dvd I get no picture. Am I missing a connection cable to the TV? I do have the component cable from the monitor out to the component video on my tv media receiver in place. Also the component cables are in their respective spots goint to their respective components. I also have a component cable running from my tv media receiver to my satelite receiver. What am I missing? Do you need more info?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: off-air antenna volume issues
Make sure you have the correct audio settings set on the HR10. Go to messages and setup, settings, audio and play with the different settings and see if you can't get any audio to come on.
If you are able to get a dolby 5.1 audio signal through your receiver on another hd channel, then you should be getting and audio signal on your locals.
If you aren't able to get any dd 5.1 audio on hd channels, then I'd suggest (if you can) bypass the receiver and go directly to your tv (if it has speakers).
Posted on Dec 07, 2007
SOURCE: DVR/TV connection
With the RGB you have to run seperate audio ,I think you have ran the seperate cables for the sound but they are in the wrong place.try changing the RW from the DVR to the TV and you should get sound from them.The unfortunate truth about the HDMI is that the HDMI format has a problem effectivly communicating between components.I am a Directv certified High Definition technition and %50 of the TV's that I connect the HDMI to will not receive the signal.One trick that I have found that works is to make sure you have a picture on the RGB then connect the HDMI.Once you have these connected ,turn your TV off and unplug the power cord from the DVR for 30 sec then plug the DVR in and wait 5 minutes for it to power up then turn your TV on and switch to your HDMI input.This method sometimes works to "Jumpstart" the HDMI input on the TV .There is no guarantee that this will work but is sounds like for now this is your only option,GOOD LUCK.
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
I don't know if it's firmware or hardware, however, it is NOT a problem, it is the DESIGN -- and an asinine one at that.
Essentially due to copyright issues with HD video, they CAN NOT decode the video to an analog output source. That's all fine and good, however, the audio never fell into that copyright issue. So you should be able to carry though the audio signal from those sources (since in the case of the component input, they're analog anyway). I think Hitachi is the ONLY company that just disables ALL analog outputs when it senses the video signal on the component or HDMI inputs (and you have the tv set for that input). They really should have ONLY disabled the video.
I had a half hour conversation with customer service, begging them to 1) file a complaint to fix this in the next firmware version, or 2) let me speak with an engineer to give me a hack -- obviously they didn't do that :(
The funny thing is, they WILL allow the Optical Audio output signal to carry though.
I've now been frantically searching the internet for information on how to bypass this ridiculous design 'feature'. As this TV isn't that popular, there's not much info out there on how to do so. So, I wouldn't know if I can simply try to attack the firmware code, or, if I actually have to take off the back of the TV and muck around with my soldering iron -- I'm hoping firmware.
One test shows that the control signal to SHUT OFF the entire analog outputs (audio and video) is on the 'Pb' (blue) input of the component video. If I have that one cable pulled out, I can get the Audio out to work and hear everything on my external stereo -- obviously I have a completely jibberish and unwatchable picture though. Once I plug in the 'Pb' cable, the picture comes in, obviously, but the external stereo sound cuts off.
At any rate. Just to reiterate, it's a design issue, and Hitachi seems unwilling to address the HD video copyright issues any other way. I am going to obviously send them a letter by mail telling them how their 'sledge hammer' approach to this issue is ridiculous when there is a 'scalpel' approach that is completely legally viable -- and all their competitors do it that way.
For this reason I now regret buying this TV.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
I also had the same problem when using my optical output for DBS and DIGITAL DVR/DVD.. you need to change the setting for this by on the remote changing to either analouge..rca sound input or Digital...for Optical input. The same problem cuaght me oput for a long time as well. The button is when you slide down the remote cover and the button is called analoug /digital
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
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