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I have tried to set this up several different ways. I used the dvr position on the back of the receiver and get audio but not video on the tv. I have the receiver set to HDMI 1 with one hdmi coonnected to tv. I have a cable box and DVD player set up to just the receiver and they work fine. Please help.

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The DVR Is set to a different video output resolution than the tv. For example if you are using 1080i on the tv, the output settings on the DVR should also be 1080i. Anything more or less you will have sound but no picture.

Hope this helps,
Sai.

Posted on Jan 30, 2010

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    eagle338 Jan 30, 2010

    It applies to all HDMI based devices. The default output on wii 480i or 480p. Change your tv settings to the same and you will get video.

    Sai.


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    eagle338 Jan 30, 2010

    Since you have accepted the thread you may not be able to post further comments on it. Please mail your tv's model number to my ID- vls_powerful2002@yahoo.co.in and I will see you through this problem.

    Sai.


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