Question about Televison & Video
I have a Onkyo HT-R530 Audio-Video receiver coupled with a Onkyo DV-CP702 6 disc DVD player. Everything was working, including audio and picture, until I carried two remotes together (one on top of the other) and apparently pushed some button. Now all I have is audio, and the picture is a few fuzzy B&W lines which are distorted. How can I get my picture back?
This happened a few years ago, and after a few 100 mile trips to a authorized repair shop in Lexington, KY, the problem was some kind of switch or button was either turned on or off incorrectly, as the DVD would work if connected directly to the TV. As we enjoy the surround sound of the AV receiver, as well as the component video hookup for the picture, we would really appreciate some minds sharper than mine (>99% of population) seeing if they can help, as season one of Big Bang DVD is still waiting patiently to be finished the first time.
Actually, I don't think your problem is a matter of buttons pushed on a couple of remotes at all. I looked around the web and noted several instances that instructors may have confused readers, including those of the notably confusing user manual, as to how many of the multiple video inputs can be used simultaneously, and I believe you should choose the highest fidelity video input, whether optical or even composite, since your symptoms seem those of a situation where several video inputs
are superimposed one upon another, which is an absolute no-no, and can ruin your video amplifier.
Check for multiple video input hookups before you burn out the vid-amp.
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