Question about Onkyo 7.2 Channel Network A/V Receiver - TX-NR737
I have tried resetting the system and inputs but I still get vertical lines and then it will go to a blue screen. tx-nr737
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure your DVD setting is looking at the right audio inputs. Usually there is a menu option or a button to toggle from analog or digital input. Usually when no-sound but video ok, you have the wrong input-type selected. If you are using 2 RCS's (red/white) then you want ANALOG input mode. If you are usung a single RCA (orange) or a fiber optic input for audio, you want DIGITAL input selected. If digital os selected, make sure you plug into the correct digital input to hear. If it does not work at first, mofe the jack/fiber around into the different inputs untill you hear sound, then you will know which port is associated with the DVD setting. Unless it is self evident feom the menu.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
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