Trying to use TV as a Karaoke Monitor. Signal works fine on my newer TV, but not when video goes into the front yellow, and the audio in white.Went through all the channels, and nothing on the screen except regular programs. Regular sound, but no Karaoke music. How can I change program to the front A/V Signal?
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Re: Front Audio Video inputs not working
What model TV is it?
it may be you need to change the input to video 1 or video 2 to get those front jacks to work. if there is a TV/Video button on the front you should be set. If not you may need the remote control. Sometimes changing the channel to below channel 1 will give you that option.
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A lot of newer tv you'll have to change the input of the tv to receive the signal. Most should be labeled. If it's red and yellow connectors it will be a composite connection. Some tv companies require a signal to be present before they will switch or even show the different inputs
I see that you are having an error check signal cable.
Have you tried selecting the correct Input for the LG LCD monitor?
make sure that the Correct Input is selected properly to be able to detect the signal from the HDMI cable that you are using.
The audio will not confuse the video on an HDMI Video will be detected as long as the Input on the LCD monitor is selected.
Audio on the HDMI will only work if the HDMI driver is provided like on a desktop computer you will need to get the driver for the HDMI for Audio and video to come out using an HDMI cable but never will audio conflict to the HDMI video output.
I would like to prove the video connector from the DVD to Aux (or wherever) works without upconversion to HDMI. Connect your monitor to the receiver's composite Out jack and see what happens with the DVD video.
Read and interpret the discussion on pages 22 and 100 very carefully to make sure nothing else is assigned to whichever video input path you choose for the DVD. Then try it somewhere else to see if that changes anything.
Hi, firstly some terminology: yellow cable - video composite (worst quality) white/red - stereo analog audio blue/green/red - video component (second best quality after HDMI)
You are correct that RX-V365 doesn't do audio over HDMI. Moreover it also doesn't do any video processing, which means composite video input will go only to composite video output (and not to component); compoment input only to component output and HDMI input only to HDMI output.
If you have more devices of same video output (in your example the component blue/green/red), you can connect them to TV via the receiver. But if only one device of same video output, you can connect it directly to TV. There is no reason to go through your receiver for video.
For audio, you can use either the analog stereo white/red cables (rx365 has 5 such inputs) or better use digital SPDIF connection, which is slightly better quality and more importantly supports 5.1 sound. There are 2 types - coaxial (orange RCA plug, can use basic rca cable) and optical (square black connector). Receiver has 1x coax spdif input and 2x optical spdif inputs. Look at your other equipment to decide which cable to use.
For the analog audio inputs, I think you can assign it either to composite video or component video. So for DVD audio white/red plugs, you can choose if either Video composite yellow plug named DVD will be used, or component blue/green/red named DVD will be used.
Connect the Wii to your television. Then connect the variable audio output from the TV to the audio in on the monitor section of the receiver. Then use the TV/SAT input selection on the receiver and dolby prologic 2 as your sound mode.
Just a thought, but, how do you have your TV/Monitor hooked up to the Yamaha unit? If your only connection between the receiver the and the TV/Monitor is an HDMI cable, and you are plugging your WII into the front v-aux jack using composite video, the receiver will have no way to send the video signal to the TV/Monitor. The receiver upconverts all composite video and S-video signals to component video signals. This means that if you only have an HDMI connection between the receiver and the TV/Monitor, you will also need to establish a second, component video connection between the receiver and TV/Monitor to handle the upconverted WII video signal. You will probably also need to switch your TV/Monitor to use that input when you are using the WII.
Of course, if you already knew this and have it set up that way, this answer won't help you at all!
Find Video & Audio Out pins at back of Combo player. This is output signal which will be connected at Video & Audio Input at front of TV. Watch out video pin will go to video input. Now select AV input of TV by remote. Usually its AV-4. Have fun, or need more info, let me know the out comes.