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Set the OSD (onscreen display) mode before you start using the RI Dock. 1. Plug in the AC adapter. 2. Turn on your TV and amp, and select the appropriate inputs on your TV and amp. 3. Insert your iPod into the RI Dock. 4. Select the video output mode depending on the video connection. While pressing the remote controller's [SETUP] button, press the Up [ ] button for the component video connection, press the [ ] button for the composite (default) connection. 5. Use the remote controller's [MODE] button to set the OSD mode. On: Playlists (artists, albums, songs, and so on) are displayed on your TV, and you can navigate and select your music or video while looking at your TV. While this mode is selected, your iPod displays the Onkyo logo. Off: Nothing is displayed on your TV and you navigate and select your contents by using your iPod's display.
your cable is split into two different connections for your tv... the red green and blue cables are for HD only. They are their own little set. the yellow cable is your video cable for normal tv's. the red and white cables are sound cables, also for normal tv's. I would unplug the red, green, and blue cables, and use the yellow, red (right sound), and white (left sound).
I'm assuming the cable was plugged correctly - the colors matched. VIDEO 3 is for the front connectors so it should have worked . Since it hasn't then one of the three parts in this setup (tv, player, cable) is defective. To find out which you must do some simple tests:
1. replace the cable and try again. 2. take your player and connect it to a surely functional tv - if it doesn't work in there then it's defective. 3. get another player that is surely functional and connect it to your tv - if it doesn't work then the AV switching IC from your tv (soldered on the mainboard) is defective and it will have to be replaced. Call a repairman, there is nothing more you can do.
If you mean the HDMI connections, the Out near #3 is the one that should carry audio and video to the TV after you go to page 101 in the manual (available at retrevo.com) and select HDMI SET = OTHER until you get speakers.
Later on, when you have real speakers, I'd recommend you take the TV out of the audio equation and let the receiver have direct digital input connection to each source you want to watch or hear.
have you connected up correctly, have you selected correct EXTERNAL inputs, you do NOT "tune" a Channel to see picture, you choose external AV input on set. Must connect color to color. 3 for Composite Video AV.Yellow, Video, Red & White Audio. and 5 cables for Component 3 for Video , & 2 for Audio Blue, Green, Red, Also Red & White, Audio.
I found the problem - on the back of the VCR/DVD unit there are 3 outputs: L (Wht) & R (Red) Audio + Yellow Video out. The cable from it to the TV was labeled Red/Audio,White/Video, and was connected to the R & W outs, but actually the Wht should have been connected to the Yellow Video out. There is so little space in the TV cabinet/stand that even though I turned the unit around to see the connections, I couldn't see the other (Yellow - Video) out until I pulled the cables out. It's working fine now - I'm not sure how things got connected wrong, since it was working OK before - possibly when I signed up for AT&T U-Verse & the installers moved things around. I'm very happy with that service, by the way - better than Comcast & cheaper, and didn't mean to imply the connection problem was their fault. I may have moved things around in the new cabinet & not realized I hooked up to the wrong outs...
Please check the connection. If you are connecting the 3 RCA cables to DVD component input/output, you need another pair of RCA cables to connect to audio out (FL&FR rear of DVD player) and Audio in (L&R) in your TV set. Else connect 3 RCA cable in 1-Video out & 2 Audio out of DVD player and 1-Video in & 2 Audio-in of TV.