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Wiring Why do I need to use component cable connections from the Yamaha to the TV, as the Yamaha is only a sound system.

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Re: wiring

In order to see the OSD (On Screen Display) setup menus provided by the YSP1000, it has to be connected to a display device!

This is very clear in the manual which I gather you haven't read.

Posted on Dec 02, 2007

Re: wiring

Your yamaha is not only for audio systems, it can also control video inputs. wether you play dvd/ld/vhs etc... your yamaha will select and you need to connect your TV to the output of your Yamaha needless to select video sources.

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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