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When running video thru the amp, the pic flashes on and off

I switched hdmi cables and the problem persisted. When I ran component cables from the DVD player directly to the TV the pic was fine. Thinking the flaw might be in just the Marantz DVD hdmi input, I tried the VCR input with the same results - picture sporadically flashes on and off while the audio is uninterrupted. HELP! and Thanks.

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  • Anonymous Apr 15, 2009

    lost the hdmi through the receiver as well. works fine while bypassing

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Usually that is an issue of cabling and/or the monitor. The Marantz units are pretty darn stable. Check your setup to see if it is upconverting.

If you can, try a new HDMI cable to the TV. You could also try the second HDMI out, to see if there might be a problem with that particular output port. You can also try a different HDMI port on the TV.

Another thing to try is to directly connect your DVD player to the TV. If your cabling is all in walls, etc, you can get an HDMI coupler at a big box store for $15.00 or so. That will tell you if it is any of the cables, the DVD player, or the TV.

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