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I just hooked up my wii to my Denon AVR-2307CI receiver and have video but no audio. I set component in assignment to VCR-1 and put Green/Blue/Red in comp 1 and Red/White in VCR-1 in Audio IN

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  • markricard Mar 20, 2010

    I have the opposite problem... I have audio but no video. I have the component cable plugged into Component 1. Audio cables in VCR2. Made sure the HDMI is not set on VCR2. Put the Component In setting for VCR2 to RCA1. Also, turned on video conversion for VCR2. What did I miss?

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Most likely the VCR1 input in the Denon is set to a digital input, you will need to go into the setup for the VCR1 input and make sure that NONE is selected for the digital audio input.  Also - make sure you did not plug the Red/White audio cables from the Wii, in to the VCR OUT, instead of IN.

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