Question about Yamaha RX-V730 Receiver
How to hookup yamaha rx-v730 receiver to sony cineza projector & comcast motorola cable box
Hook up hdmi cable from cable box to receiver hdmi input 1 then from hdmi out to your projector or tv,i don't know what kind of inputs you have on your projector .whatever you have run from projector to receiver input example component red,blue,green then run from both say to the av input 1 then set your receiver to av1 and you should get picture.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First let me say that you have stated your problem very well. I completely understand the issue you are having.
I have been repairing a/v systems since they started selling them.
By your description of your problem, it is obvious that you have isolated the problem to the Yamaha.
Despite what Yamaha tech support say's, it is their problem.
I have been dealing with tech support for a lot of different manufacters for many, many years. I repair under warranty over 20 different brands, but not Yamaha. I have repaired plenty of Yamaha receivers but none with this particular problem.
It is not uncommon to find tech support people who don't know as much as they should about their own product.
Since I don't have the instruction manual or a service manual forthis model I can only be of minimal help.
What you can do, if you have your instruction manual, check it over closely for this subject on how to change the settings for the HDMI. If you can not find this particular issue, it is possible that the Yamaha doesn't support 1080i. I would be surprised if it did not, but stranger things have happened.
Another thing you can do if you can still not find an answer to this problem is to take it in to an authorized Yamaha service center.
If you have recently purchased this Yamaha, it will be under warranty. They get at least 1 year. Tell them the problem you are having and if they do not know how to solve it right there on the spot, or give you an answer that satisfies you, leave it with them
to have it fixed. If they are an authorized service center they will have to fix it or get it replaced for you if it is under warranty. It may need a firmware upgrade to the digital board. If that is the problem, then they can do it for you.
Let me know if you need any more help.
Sorry I wasn't more help, but an authorized service center may be your best bet.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
SOURCE: comcast remote
Odd, what model Comcast do you have. Yamaha remote codes have been pretty much the same for 20 years. Even the oldest receiver remote will still work the vol on a newer unit. Get back to me with the model of the remote and I will see what I can work out for you.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
I suggest you run self diag. press [FM/AM] key + [Input mode] key and press the [power/standby] switch.
ps prt = power supply problem
dc prt = shorted output or leakly cap in channel
tmp prt means to hot on heatsink
you'll likely have to measure the resistances of the output FETs to find a short,
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
SOURCE: zune and yamaha RX-V663 Receiver
Buy the Zune A/V kit and hook it up to a non used rca port on the back. Look for the older ones for the 30 gb units, they are much cheaper than the new ones and it takes 10 seconds to modify them to use on the newer units. The A/V kit has 3 rca plugs, one for sound and 2 for video. If you pick a source that can play video and sound on your receiver, then the screen on the zune will display on your television. The A/V kit has a remote with it also so you can control the zune from the room. I have not tried it, but since the Zune remote is IR then if you have a good all in one remote, such as a harmony, you may be able to program the codes from the Zune remote into it and even be able to control your stereo and Zune from one remote. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
It's the other way around.
Hook up the Cable box to the Amp; and the blu-ray to the amp, then connect amp to LCD.
you want to use the best available options for audio:
HDMI > Digital Optical > Digital Coax > standard RCA
And the similar for video:
HDMI > Component > SVideo > RCA cables
I would connect Blu-Ray via HDMI to Amp, and Cable box via HDMI to Amp. If your cable box does NOT support HDMI, but you have an HD package, ask your cable company for an upgraded box.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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