I have audio when i play a dvd, but no video. i checked the rca cable, but it seems fine. The dvd is connected to my denon reciever. It worked before, but i can't figure out what i did wrong. Please help!!!
Denon recievers are very finicky I know I have one. Call denon customer service they are always very helpful and never ask for a serial number or anything like that. I call them at least once a year b/c of a setting I have messed up.
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Did it EVER work as expected with VCR audio through the HDMI or are we working through that right now assuming it can?
I don't have a detailed manual, but the rear panel clearly shows some analog-only outputs (and NO digital ones) for the section called DVD/VCR. Internally, I'm sure there are proper analog-digital-converters for recording VHS to the native DVD-R, but VHS VCR's are NOT inherently digital audio devices so I'm pretty sure you need to run an analog RCA pair for the VHS video.
Hi there Check your DVD players' settings/manual to ensure the HDMI port is the default output port. Also confirm that both audio and video are enabled on that HDMI channel as it can be separated to be only video or only audio in a lot of cases. Confirm you are at least getting video out from the DVD with a direct connection to your projector with the HDMI cable. If video is making it to the projector direct from the DVD, you will need to confirm your amp is monitoring the HDMI input if there isn't a specific input selection for it. Connect your DVD to the amp and your amp to the projector and test again that you are still getting video AT LEAST. This will help narrow down which device is not playing the HDMI game if you still have issues at this point. To sum up; Confirm HDMI is the default output from the DVD for both audio and video. Ensure you are getting video AT LEAST with a direct test to projector. Confirm your amp is monitoring the HDMI input coming from the DVD. Hope this helps.
sr you can disconect hdmi cable and use a litle speaker and check for audio in rca cables output , when you put your vcr play you can have audio in rca red cable and rca white cable i think when you put hdmi your loose in rca the audio , remember in hdmi you have audio and video , if you dont have audio in vcr the audio head are bad thias is used only in vcr mode. good luck
You need to have the audio from the DVD player hooked up to the same input path on the receiver.(if your running video thru the receiver) DVD audio should be hooked up to either an analog input (RCA cables) or Digital input like Digital Coaxial or Optical. Next to where you are plugging in these cables will be writing like "DVD optical" or "DVD digital". Then, make sure you switch the input of the receiver to "DVD" then it should work fine. If you still have problems post a comment and I will help some more. Hope this helps
1. Connect your VCR to your TV. (Using Antena cable or RCA cables.)
2. From your DVD player, choose the AUDIO VIDEO OUT. Then, connect that to your VCR's LINE IN jacks.
(*)Your DVD player has 3 jacks coming out. Yellow-video, White- Audio Left and Red- Audio Right.
If you VCR does not have the RED jack. Go to a radio shack and tell on of the sales person taht you need to connect 2 RCA audio outs to 1 RCA audio in. (He/ She will give you a "2RCA Male to 1RCA Female" splitter)
3. Finally, play your DVD, put your VCR channel in TV and most important select the LINE channel in your VCR. (This channal may called as L1, Line,... etc)
You should be seeing the DVD in your TV now.
If you want to play the VCR, just put the casset and play.
Important- The VCR needs to be powered on in order to the DVD signals to go to the TV.
1.Check audio/video RCA jack cables 2.check S-video(if you use S-video cables) 3.check with another dvd player to get normal picture on your tv system. if picture is normal in this process. then problem with your old dvd player. 4.if same problem occurs in other dvd player. then problem with your television. external audio/video processing circuits 5.if the tv is ok. then the problem with your old Dvd player audio.video converting circuits 6. if can be rectified by authorised service engineers 7.Contact service engineer. as there is no recitification process from user part
If you are using just a "yellow" ended cable for the video, maybe your custom settings are set to use "component"? I have been using this same dvd player for a while with the component video out and it works fine. I hope this helps.
If your unit is fairly new,your VCR part might be the problem.Take it back! If you have this unit for awhile,two things: 1. You need a professional A/V repair guy to clean up and check your VCR head. 2. The rental VHS tape is dirty. Good luck!
Obviously the unit is playing the disk because your audio is fine, and getting some kind of black & white picture out of the composite, means that the video processor is probably ok.
The most likely things to check then is the yellow video cable, (just swap the red or white in place of the yellow on both the DVD and your tv to test), or possibly the yellow RCA jack on the back of your DVD has gotten loose. If you have not done so, try wiggling it gently to see if your video comes back. If it does, and you are handy with a soldering iron, you can probably repair it yourself. Other than that, it would be a problem for a repair shop. (and a strange one!)
Hope this helps, and good luck!