Question about Denon AVR-2807 Receiver
I have recently installed an HDMI splitter amplifier on the output of my satellite receiver. One of the splitter's outputs feeds the AVR-2807 which then outputs to my first floor HD plasma. The second output feeds my second floor HD LCD.
The LCD displays a 'No HDMA signal' when the AVR-2807 is switched off but the display is OK when the HDMI in, to the 2807 is disconnected. Does the AVR-2807 place a condition (ground?) on it's HDMI inputs when the amp is switched off and, can this condition be disabled?
Hello if you know this spitter conduct voltage and its feed from main device and when you connect another it send it ground you have to do this chech with a voltmeter in the hdmi splitter output is not dc present if so change it cause is not blocking dc current saludos
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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