Question about Yamaha RX-V520
I can only watch peripherals plugged into the 6CH INPUT. If I plug the DVD player into DVD input or a game into AUX Input, I only get the sound with no picture. Let me know Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like the processor has locked up in the unit. Try powering it right down from the wall socket for a day to reset, and then retry operation. If that does not work, leave it disconnected for about 10 days to erase backup memory completely and then try again. Good luck. Don't forget to give me a "FixYa" rating if this works. If it doesn't, get back to me in here and we can talk more about it.
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
SOURCE: Yamaha RX-V363 input settings
HI,you are not getting picture because the yam 363 dose not upscale or convert the picture from the composite input to hdmi.You will have to put a video cable from the composite out put on the amp to a scart convertor into the tv or put console picture into the tv and sound to the amp.
hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
Connect the DVD player audio with digital coax into the digital audio connection as you described and the DVD video directly to the TV. Now switch the input mode on the receiver to DVD. Then switch the video output mode on the TV to correspond to the input you plugged into. Any source in 5.1 dolby digital or dts should now work properly and have picture too.
Posted on May 08, 2009
de los cables macho- hembra tienen una entrada como de audifonos y las salidas en modo RCA blanco y rojo con 2 entradas conectalas en cualquier entrad posterior de tu ampli ya sea cd o en alguna auxiliar que diga play ok. saludos
Posted on May 02, 2010
This is most likely due to an IC, and could be a heat related problem, or a relay being switched on and off, or both in unison.
You can take the unit apart, and try spraying electronic cold spray on parts, until the unit stabilizes, and then you'll know which part is heat sensitive. Concentrate on spraying the ICs, transistors, and discrete components. Go slow, and allow the cooling to take effect.
Other than that, it's going to be a signal fault, and could be due to a cracked or cold solder joint, worn relay contacts, or some other tricky thing that will have to be troubleshot with specialized equipment.
Also check your connections to your speakers, and the internal solder joints on the jacks, rca connectors, etc.
Good luck, hope this helps, and thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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