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Every time I turn my Yamaha RX-V565 on it switches to the AV1 input instead of staying on the HDMI input that it was on when I turned it off.

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Set your TV, Sattellite receiver and audio where you want it when you turn on the set. Then hit the Scene button named "TV" and hold it down till the yamaha receiver says set complete and it will turn on to HDMI 2

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Do you have connected it to TV via HDMI? I have the same on RX-V465 and it is probably because of HDMI-CEC function.
The TV detects receiver is connected and receiver detects that TV is connected. It then automatically switches to the AV1 input, which is preprogrammed as "TV", so that you can listen to TV audio. It does this evry time I turn on TV after about 5 seconds. Then I can switch to whatever input I want.
I think you can disable this by either disabling the HDMI Controll functions or better by renaming the AV1 input to something other than "TV". Renaming input is well documented in the receiver manual.

Posted on Mar 02, 2010

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