Question about Televison & Video
This is typical. Your Denon has "assignable" inputs for both audio and video.
Basics... your AVR is not processing the correct video input of the source selction you have pressed.
I hate to be the pain here but, you are going to have to read the manual related to your Denon model # in order to figure out how to change these settings.
Usually it is not very hard. I suggest going to the Denon website and downloading the manual for your unit. After reading though the manual (usually toilet reading material) you will understand how to change and assign these settings/inputs.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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