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I have this DENON AVR4800, and there is no osd. I plug the yellow cable in dvd input, and outmput in DENON monitor 1 Yellow also. I try to reset the unit and that do not solve my problem, please help....

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You need to use the monitor output on the denon and go to a video input on your tv, be sure the tv is set to the video input you plugged into on the tv input, then take the denon remote and hit the setup button, should show a on-screen setup

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