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Hdmi not working

Hdmi pass through or upscaling does not work. When any component is used with the hdmi I get ant screen. All the equipment works with one another in any combination. I have a bit stream digital air tuner, mitsubishi xd450, sony 350 blu ray, ps3 , denon 755 dvd player,as stated before all work great with one another. Denon only blames other components. I have tried sequencing the equip (the hand shake etc.) They are all hdcp 1.3 compliant. I get very little help from donon Any help please.

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Please rephrase you get an "ant screen"?

Does the sound work? What is your hdmi video output device?

At any rate, you can also try this quick fix. In the setup menu go to Source Select. Make sure these settngs are right:

Assign>HDMI = HDMI 1 - 4 (depending on device)
Input Mode>Input Mode = Auto
Decod Mode>Decode Moe = Auto
Other>Video Convert = On

Set this for sources (devices) you have connected to the hdmi.

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