I'm running a Denon 2807 and displaying through a dell projector via component cables. When watching a movie or a satellite and an intense whit scene is demanded the video signal gets dropped for an instant then recovers. I thought it would be my projector but tried by-passing the amp and it worked fine. And also if I use S-video through the amp it works fine. Any thoughts?
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I'm having the same problem with my Wii output. The manual for the Denon AVR-1312 says that analog video signals (i.e. component/composite outputs from the Wii) are not converted to digital video signals (i.e. HDMI output from the rcvr). I'm running only HDMI to a projector, so the video signal is essentially lost. The fix appears to be to run an additional composite cable all the way to the projector. Sounds like your fix is the same. No Wii tonight! :(
ideally you would use an HDMI video cable but few video cards support that standard yet.
Your next best choice is to use a DVI to HDMI connection cable. They work very well as the video signal is the same between the two the only difference is that a DVI cable does not support sound so you will have to use a 3.5mm stereo (male) to RCA cable for sound.
Now there could be complications there as your receiver may not be able to display a video images off the hdmi cable while combining sound from the analog cable.
Some computer video cards have an RCA or s-video output and that will work BUT the picture quality is going to be bad, real bad.
a better option is to find a device that allows you to connect to your network to view images and videos. There are a number of such devices such as x-box 360, Tivo series 3 etc..
hello i believe your problem is that you are trying to downconvert from hdmi to component connections and Denon receivers will not do that.
I have a 4310 and I know it will UPconvert from an analog signal to HDMI but won't do it the other way around.
you may have to use component inputs for all your equipment. You will also have to go into the receivers menu and designate which signal is being used for each component as it won't auto select between analog and digital signals when it comes to video.
An optical cable is digital but its only audio not video. Are you connected to a cable or satellite box, are you using composit video, s-vid, component video, or hdmi? What kind of cable goes from your denon to your tv?
hello if you know this spitter conduct voltage and its feed from main device and when you connect another it send it ground you have to do this chech with a voltmeter in the hdmi splitter output is not dc present if so change it cause is not blocking dc current saludos
Your Denon 1905 might be setting it under HDMI for video source.You
need to correct it by going to menu,as you browse through the
setting,you should able to find video select or video output. It is on
Remember,you need to run a composite video cable from the video output
behind your receiver to your TV video input for this step.
Finally the problem was with the HDMI cable. When I pushed it in on the TV set the problem disappeared. It seems the connections must be quite firm on the HDMI cables otherwise anything may interfere to the sound.