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Vsx-822-k no blu-ray signal

Vsx-822-k home theater hooked to tv and blu-ray with hdmi cables. Control and ARC are set to ON and on the TV, CEC and system audio control settings are ON. TV sound comes through the receiver speakers, however, when blu-ray input is selected, the blu-ray unit is on and the hdmi input is selected, the tv says that there is "no signal". I've verified that the cables are properly connected and fully inserted.

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  • Dave Lamb
    Dave Lamb Dec 11, 2012

    Initially, both HDMI cables tested fine when direct connected from blu-ray to TV, but eventually I determined that one of the cables was failing and finally stopped working entirely. I changed the cable and all is good now.

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Did you ever fix this?

Posted on Dec 11, 2012

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    holy_shnit Dec 11, 2012

    thanks, I believe this was my problem as well

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Check if your KuroLink is on or off. There are a lot of problems that users have been having with the KuroLink on. Since you have a Pioneer display, KuroLink might help in switching both the receiver and the display on and off together, but my advice to you would be play around with the settings (in your case, especially KuroLink). Also remember, the KuroLink is on by default i.e. if you've never changed this setting, it probably is on.
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