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No Image nec vt465 and yamaha rx v540

I have a Yamaha RX-V530 AV receiver. I am connecting my NEC VT465 projector on its S-Video and Video Monitor Out connectors, but there is no image being shown.
Is there any setup that must be done to make them work togheter?

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Re: No Image nec vt465 and yamaha rx v540

You must use the projectors menu to choose the type of input for video out. Your projector is capable of 720p or 1080i high def, but not through s video. If you want high def you must use the component output from your receiver to input on your projector. I hope this helps.

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