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I cant figure out how to get my tv to worrk from the s video. In tv/video theres only component 1 and 2 and video 1-4.where do i find s video to run a lap top to it?

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The S video is usually located on Video 1. You usually have the option of using an S video cable or the usual yellow rca type cable.

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I have a 32" flatscreen


Different video signals use different connections ...and we are speaking ONLY the video(NOT including the audio connections)
  • Composite Video (typically colored Yellow) uses 1 RCA connection on your TV
  • Svideo (uses 1 svideo connector on your TV) a circular connector with 4 pins in it
  • Component Video (typically colored Red/Green/Blue) uses 3 RCA connections on your TV
These are the common analog video signals....You cannot mix and match these and plug a composite (Sometimes called AV in menus) into component etc
If both your sources (wii/DVD) you want to use a component signal to your TV (which BTW is the best quality of the 3 I listed) you will need 2 component inputs on your TV
OR
run it through a high end receiver (that will act as your switcher)
OR
buy a small stand alone switcher, something like: http://www.amazon.com/4X1-HD-Component-Av-Selector/dp/B000BVIBGI/ref=pd_sim_sbs_e_4

settle for a lower quality DVD signal and use the Composite video out (yellow jack) into the Composite Video In on the TV and use the component for wii

I hope this helps,
Magoo

Mar 10, 2011 | LG 32LG30 32 in. LCD HDTV

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I am trying to hook up my sons Playstation to it through the Video Input on the back but can't figure out how to switch it from TV mode to Video input.


1.) What TV Make Model?

2.) Is there a VCR/TV button on the remote?

3.) If there is an input on the remote, some model TV's expect a number pressed after the input button is pressed.

4.) What is the video cable are you using on the PS3:
HDMI (flat rectangular on both ends)
original cable(Yellow/White/Red)
Component cables (Red/Green/Blue)

Jan 17, 2011 | Televison & Video

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I am trying to setup my receiver with my TV and Comcast cable box using HDMI cables (TV-OUT and HDMI-1) but for some reason I don't get any sound from non-HD channels. Am I missing something?? I've read...


I'm thinking there might be a setting in the cable box that may be sending the wrong bit rate for PCM 2-channel audio but usually the receiver decodes that stuff fine. Just the same, I'd give Comcast a call.

I run the video from my cable box directly to the TV (HDMI) and the coaxial digital audio to my receiver so each one can do what it does best with the best possible un-modified source data.

Dec 25, 2010 | Sony STRDH810

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A new cable box was connected to my 32" Proscan LCD TV. Now everytime I turn on the television I see the message "HDMI-1 No program information available" I contacted the cable company and...


I know this may be a dumb question but I have to ask because even though the cable company has HD boxes a lot of them still dont have HDMI outputs instead they use the 5 Component cable (red,blue,green,for video and white, red for audio). Not only that most of the cable guys are not the brightest in the world I work in an electronics store for 13 years and cant tell you how many times I went to someone house and it was hooked up wrong. Are you stuck on HDMI-1 or can u chnge the channel by using the tv/video button it may say input as well. Check how its hooked up easy to tell 1 cable HDMI, 5 cables -Component. If it is HDMI check the other hdmi input as most LCD tvs have at least 2. same for component it will say component on screen

Dec 14, 2010 | Proscan Televison & Video

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Trying to add Wii, but no video only sound.


The manual says you can get an optional Component Video cable (RVL-011) for the Wii. There is apparently one unused Component Input on theDenon where you could connect it. You would still have to use the Red/White analog audio.

The Yellow is for Composite Video only. It's lower quality and not compatible with Component Video (3-wire).

In the short term, why don't you just run the Wii's combined Composite video / analog audio cable to the provided Composite Inputs labeled DVD, VDP, TV/DBS, VCR-1 or VCR-2 on the Denon?

It would not be necessary to have BOTH Composite and Component video from any device, much less the Wii.

Ponder this, why do you need to run the video from anything to the Denon at all if your TV has mutliple video inputs? TV's specialize in video, theDenon specializes in audio. You can always extend the Red/White audio cables to reach the Denon.

May 06, 2010 | Denon AVR-2802

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Yamaha RX-V530 no OSD


There is no OSD on this unit. The Monitor Outputs are there in case you run video inputs to the receiver, which you don't.

Apr 26, 2009 | Yamaha RX-V663 Receiver

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Setting up mintek 100 dvd player to cable box to tv


Newer TVs have multiple inputs. Mr Mark is correct, you generally do not daisy-chain Audio/Video units unless you are using a recording device. Cable box to Cable input on TV. DVD player to other inputs.

Let's get some terminology out of the way. Specifically for the Mintek DVD-1600. There are NO inputs.

Coaxial Audio out (orange) is for digital audio only. Usually connects to stereo reciever for Dolby 5.1 surround sound. Not for TV.

S-Video (black w/4 small holes, 1 square) is for better quality video than composite. Use this to TV instead of Composite if you have a S-Video input on your TV.

Composite (Yellow) Older video input type. Works just fine. Connect to TV.

Audio Output ( Red & White) for analog stereo only. Goes to TV. Red=right, White=left channels.

Component Video Out (Blue, Green White) is the newest video output type in this unit. Better than S-Video. Use this option if available on your TV instead of S-Video or component.

Feb 13, 2009 | Mintek DVD-1600 DVD Player

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Cant get the wiring figured out.........


I have a similar set up. For yours, I would run one optical from your Sat box to your 407 and connect the DVD player optical to the Kenwood as well. This will allow you to get whatever your watching, DVD or Satellite to your speakers. For Video, use the component cables to connect DVD player to TV. For the SAT box, coaxial to TV or S video to TV will give you about the same video quality. I hope this helps. A couple of suggestions: Your new screen size will greatly magnify the quality of your video, what looked good on the Sharp may not look good on the Samsung due to the size difference. I REALLY suggest you get a new SAT box with a HDMI connection. Also you can get a blu ray player in the $120 range. The Blu ray will play blu rays and upconvert DVDs to a higher quality picture through its HDMI connection. You will be amazed at the difference HDMI will make on how your TV will look!

Oct 29, 2008 | Kenwood VR-405 Receiver

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Cant get the wiring figured out.........


TV is HD correct? Use the Y/CB/CR from the Sat to the TV. Use the Digital optical cable for sound from the sat to the receiver. Use the s-video from the dvd player to the tv and the l/r to the receiver for sound. I would suggest upgrading to another set of Y/CB/CR cables to connect your dvd to the TV and benefit from better picture. Also, buy another optical cable for dvd sound (so you can enjoy surround sound). Your receiver has two optical inputs so youre covered there.

Sep 03, 2008 | Kenwood VR-407 Receiver

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