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Ok so the sound is fine on all of the other sources, The component is running from the cable box to the amp, and you can see it. just take the audio Red/Whit RCA out of the cable box, and input it to Cable/TV or whatever its labled, Red White, RCA.
If you want surround, then you will have to go Coaxial((single orange RCA) or TOS out of the cable box to the Digital input on the AMP. When you use this instead of Red White RCA, your amp will automatically switch between the different types of surround depending on what the source calls for or is encoded in.
You may have to get into the amps menu and change that amps input to Digital/Coax/TOS for the surround sound.
No, this will not work. Picture will roll vertically. Originally they intended for HDTV to be red,green, blue, & Horizontal, Vertical sync. That changed after the first generation mitsubishi's.
In the service menu you can change the settings for the HDTV Input. Try that first by "Hitting menu button followed by 1259" or menu 1257. Let me know how that works for you, If you need a different code for service menu...contact me again and i will look it up for you. But the answer to your question is you can make it work or you can purchase a 300.00 box that will allow you to switch to that input thru..mitsubishi.tv.com
Good luck and keep me posted. GURU JAY
being able to see menu or osd as it called means that your crt are working.. you have high voltage.. and that you can hear the channels means at least part of the tv is functioning...just the video signal is not reaching the crt's somewhere the signal is blocked. try using a different input.. run it through a vcr. or dvd player and switching input through your remote.. let me know what happen.