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Re: need help setting up dvd player
If you have three cable----y---cb------cr.confirm that you connect it in similar places in receiver video in(video 1---or---video 2)-then select the right input source----check that your cable is good and working.
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There might be several problems. As the projector has component only connections and the DVD player none, then if the Receiver has component out, you can hook it up to that. If the receiver has HDMI inputs then you can connect the DVD player via the HDMI socket to it. The Coax sockets on the DVD player will be for sound. Number one should be connected to Digital coax 1 and assigned for it.
It's possible that the sound on the DVD player is switched off on the coax or has the wrong format selected. You will need to see the player's menu for this, so if you can't see the screen using the projector, connect a TV instead.
However if the receiver has no component out and no HDMI sockets you will have real problems connecting the DVD and using the projector with it. Though you should be able to hear the sound via the Denon.
The problem is usually from the power or the Y sustain at the left or right side of the display when one of the large capacitor or heat sync on the capacitor even the flat power cable connection it to a main power board needs to be checked too, if the fuses on the board are blown it will need to be replaced
But after replacingthe fuses and the capacitors and still no solution,youwill need to replace the all board ..
You can also trouble shoot first before going to the board of the TV..
How to Troubleshoot an LCD With Sound But No Picture
It can be overwhelmingly frustrating when an electronic device as expensive as an LCD television set starts having problems. Luckily many of these problems are easily troubleshot. While being able to hear sound coming from your LCD television but seeing no picture may seem serious on the surface, fixing the problem involves checking a few different settings to make sure everything is set properly
Check the video connection of any devices plugged into the LCD television. If you can hear sound but are seeing no picture while trying to use something like a DVD player or cable box, the problem is probably that a wire is loose somewhere. Check the yellow video cables running from the DVD player to the TV and make sure everything is plugged in firmly and where it should be. Also check the coaxial cable running from the cable box (or cable outlet) to the television and make sure that wire is also screwed in securely.
Check the image settings on your television and make sure everything is set properly. Certain settings like "Picture" or "Brightness," if set to one extreme, can make the picture appear completely black. This could cause you to simply hear television shows but not be able to see them. Reset all picture settings on the TV to their original factory default settings to see if that fixes the problem.
Try another channel. If you're watching TV and not getting a picture, the first thing you should do is check a variety of random channels to make sure it is a problem with your TV and not with your television signal. If it is a problem with the television signal it is the fault of the TV station or cable service provider and there isn't anything you can do yourself to fix it.
Try the DVD on another DVD player. If you're trying to play a DVD and can't see any images, make sure the disc isn't defective. Try it on another DVD player or a computer DVD drive and make sure the disc works in the first place.
Hi. Most likely the assigned input isn't correctly setup. Try this:
1. Press 'setup' on your remote control. 2. Navigate to 'Input Assign'. 3. Navigate to the correct next option (HDMI/Component/Digital) - this depends on how you have connected your DVD player up. 4. Find the name of the connection you've plugged your DVD into (physically look at the back of the receiver). 5. Select the DVD option, and press left/right until you have selected the correct input.
You may need to change to Tuner then back to DVD, but that should do it.
If you need further help, please let me know exactly how you've connected your DVD player (HDMI? component?), and the name of the physical connection you've plugged into.
You will have to assign the optical input to the input you are using, so for instance if you have plugged the optical cable into opt 1 on the onkyo reciever and wish to use the DVD input on the onkyo reciever, you need to go into the set of the onkyo to digital assignments or in/out assignments, dependent on the model, and select OPT1 for the DVD input. You can find out how to exactly do this in the onkyo's manual under 'digital assignments' or 'input assignments'.
You need to assign the HDMI input(s) to the functions they represent, using the Front Panel Tuning/Preset control...
If you connect a video component to an HDMI input, you must assign that HDMI Input to an input selector in Setup.
For example, you could assign the “DVD” setting to “IN1”, and assign the
“CBL/SAT” setting to “IN2”.
Likewise if you use digital audio inputs...
Assigning the Digital Input
If there’s no sound, press the [DIGITAL INPUT] button repeatedly until sound is heard. The digital input is now properly assigned.
If you connect your DVD player to the AV receiver’s COAXIAL 1 DIGITAL IN, and your cable/satellite receiver
to the COAXIAL 2 DIGITAL IN, as shown, it’s not necessary
to assign the digital input.
Make sure none of the Digital or Component Input Assignments are programmed, if you're not using them. Set them to "----". This may help. Some of the Component input assignments may over-ride your other input assignments (perhaps even the HDMI input assignments).
Go to menu. Select inputs. Assign input 1(or whatever input you connectedthe dvd to) as DVD. Then exit menu. Press the input key, scroll over to DVD. I reccomend using a component cable with a digital audio cable, if you do not have a DVD player that has an HDMI connection. You will find that a blu-ray player will be much more satisfying for the television you have. Basically by hooking up that old dvd player to that tv, is the same as hooking an 8-track to a $2,000.00 stereo. It will work, but the quality is going to suffer! Good luck, and believe me. It is worth the extra money to get a blu-ray player. It will play all your old dvd's and blu-rays. That way you are getting the full potential of your set.
Reset you player by doing the following: With the player on, hooked properly to your television, and on the correct station: Open the tray Close the tray (with no DVD inserted) Hold the stop button down for a full 5 seconds The CyberHome screen should appear. You should be able to play your dvd's now.