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DMR-E80H Component output

I don't get any signal out of the component output...I have to use s-video.
Is there something I have to set to get it to work?
I'm trying to hook it up to a Sharp AQUOS LC32D43U currently, but I had the same problem with my previous TV.
Any help would be sincerely appreciated.

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  • richardbell Feb 10, 2008

    Yes, input source is selected and set to component.

  • richardbell Feb 11, 2008

    It's a standard set of red, blue, green coded component cables connected from the component outs on the DMR-E80H to the component inputs on the Sharp according to the colors on the plugs. I did a firmware upgrade on the DMR-E80H a few years ago, none recently.

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Are you selecting the right video source on your Tvs? please ket me know or you can call.

Posted on Feb 10, 2008

  • Jason Medeiros
    Jason Medeiros Feb 10, 2008

    Ok how are you wires connected. Which ones are you using? Also have you done the firmware upgrade on this unit? Please le me know.

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