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Video on game and dvd seem to work

Onkyo TX-SR605.

Here's the setup:

HDMI out to projector seems to work great.

DVD/VCR combo connected with composite video.
DVD player connected with composite video
Old nintendo game controller connected with composite video

The DVD/VCR combo thingie works just fine. Plays both tapes and dvd's. both sound and video work great.

the DVD player plays sound, but no video.

Same for the game console. sound but no video.

I have the settings for each of the 'inputs' set at '- - -' which is what the instructions say to do.

Strangely, if I connect video from the dvd player to the SAT/CBL inputs it works! If I put the nintendo on the SAT/CBL, I get the sound again, but no video.

very weird to me.

--jeff

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  • jeffozozo Jan 15, 2008

    Yes, hdmi monitor is turned on. Like I said, it works fine over the dvd/vcr link.

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DO you have hdmi monitor turned on?

Posted on Jan 13, 2008

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