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I have a Denon 589, PS3 and Sharp Aquos. Using HDMI cables, PS3 to TV directly = great signal. PS3 to Denon to TV= no signal.

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ON PAGE 98 OF YOUR MANUAL YOU WILL SEE THE RES OF 1080P ARE NOT HANDLED SO YOU SET YOUR PS3 RES TO 1080I, 720P YOU WILL HAVE PIC FROM YOUR PS3 TO YOU DENON TO THE TV

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    ON PAGE 98 OF YOUR MANUAL YOU WILL SEE THE RES OF 1080P ARE NOT HANDLED SO YOU SET YOUR PS3 RES TO 1080I, 720P YOU WILL HAVE PIC FROM YOUR PS3 TO YOU DENON TO THE TV

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