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Assuming the DVD player has an HDMI port, run an HDMI cable from the DVD player to an available HDMI port on the TV. Let's say you have your TV service going to HDMI #1 on the TV, you can run the DVD to HDMI #2. When you want to watch a DVD, you must select the input/source on the TV remote to change it to HDMI 2(or whichever port you used). When ready to watch TV again, use the same button to change back to HDMI 1 (or whichever HDMI port you used for TV service). If you do not have an HDMI port on the DVD player, then you must use whatever type of connection it has and connect to the corresponding port(s) on your tv, Then follow same directions as above regarding choosing the input/source on the TV remote.
There is, but your description suggests other. This is usually a problem with overheating. Make sure there is sufficient airflow and there is no dust blocking the vents. Otherwise try rerouting the cables away from each other, especially the power cord. =====================================================
Thanks Andy Also they can be very sensitive to the brand/quality of the HDMI lead, try another higher quality lead and make sure the lead is not touching or close to any power cords or wall sockets, other than that, you may have capacitor issues from previous overheating, is your climate cool or do you have very hot summers? capacitors made in cooler countries often blow in warmer climates. Could mean it will soon stop working all together.
It sounds like you did some good testing by taking your xbox to a friend's home and trying it with his TV and HDMI input. You can try a reset on your Panasonic TV and see if that restores the HDMI input functions. Note this will erase your programmed TV channels so you'd need to re-enter those.
Unplug the TV for at least 15 minutes
Plug it back in and you'll be prompted to go through the initial setup just like when the TV was new.
If after that you still have no HDMI function on any of the inputs, that would indicate the set needs some service by a technician.
Almost all newer DVD Players have an HDMI port... and so do the Flat Screen TV's. This is the best and easiest way to hook up components to your TV. Check the back of your DVD Player and look for a Horizontal Port that says HDMI (out). On your TV, look for the same (HDMI "in"). You can go to Walmart and buy an HDMI Cable, plug it in to the DVD Player "out" and then into the TV HDMI "in" (if there are multiple ports - always start with the one marked " HDMI -1, etc...). This is all you have to do. In your TV Remote Menu Settings... there will be a list of your "Ports"; e.g. HDMI-1, HDMI-2, etc...). All you have to do is turn your DVD Player and TV on, choose the HDMI-1 Input, and play your movie. Good luck and enjoy!
Ur tv some how causes HDMI 1 and 2 port hubs link together so changes back and fourth 1 or 2 HDMI hubs will not a difference.Ur tv have 4 HDMI hub ports wright?Tries not to used HDMI hub ports as like HDMI ports like 1,2,3,4 to as in sequences.Tries used like 1 and 4,2 and 4,3 and 1 as skips sequences might work for ur tv.Tries to hook up the PS3 system as the old format hook up same hook as PS2 format like used the PS station old RCA AV cable hook up.Then that should not causes conflict at all because now tv have two difference kind of format hook up.
Ok, with the 3 coloured leads, this is an A/V or audio video lead. You should have 1 yellow, 1 red and 1 white. They simply plug into the corresponding ports on the TV. Also with A/V you don't actually tune the telly into the N64, you simply change mode, for example if you have an LCD TV you can switch between, HDMI, component, A/V etc etc. You simply need to use your TV remote and change the mode to A/V and everything should be fine.
U have a lated DVD player,like less than three years old?U can hook it up with one cable wire.It call a HDMI cable.Very easy to hook up,just one end of the HDMI cable to the tv HDMI tv port hub,the other side of HDMI cable to the HDMI DVD player port hub that it.Now u,must know with HDMI hub port u put ur signal in like 1 to 4,now go to that HDMI port hub,and will find ur dvd disc picture in playing in.
You will need 1 HDMI cable to link between your DVD player and the Denon,plug the HDMI cord into the HDMI port on the back of your DVD player and the the other end into the Denon 790 HDMI port labeled DVD,then you will need another HDMI cord to go between the Denon and your LCD TV,plug one end of the HDMI cord into the Denon 790 HDMI port labeled HDMI monitor out and the other end into one of the HDMI ports on the back of your TV, it doesn't matter which one you use, just remember that you will have to change the input on the tv to that specific HDMI port when you play back a DVD and you will also have to change the Denon to DVD as your source to send the audio through the Denon to your surround sound speakers.( The Denon owners manual will help!!)