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Configuring the componet out ?

Hi, have plugged in componet cables into Componet Out on the Onkyo but I have no o/p on the TV. I used the av video cable to use the set up program and this worked. I know that our PAL model can't use the set up on component so I used the AV. I purchased a HDMI - component adapter. This has power on it and the TV recognises the cables but no O/P? Is there a set up I'm missing on the Onkyo ??
Thank You for your help MH.

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  • mhindmarsh Dec 27, 2008

    Thank you, 
    I purchased a converter but there is no o/p to the component of the receiver. I know the o/p  is across both the monitor out the s video and the video out puts. But I can't seem to make the component out put work and have a out put to the converter box.


    I hope this isn't to confusing but I can't work this one out.
    Thanks MH.

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U can buy a converter for output to configuring the tv. the converter is to connect the cables output to the player.



Posted on Dec 24, 2008

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    Asfiya Ahamed Dec 27, 2008

    Check the converter manual for configuring the converter. Because u have different cables to get output from the converter. the cable itself have separate outputs and lines....

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