Question about Televison & Video
I have a Yamaha DSPAX761 that I bought yesterday, and I have got a PS3 and my sky box through it. I have the sound coming out of a full speaker set which is not a problem, but video is.
The ps3 is connected via hdmi (in the dvd socket), and there is an output hdmi cable to the plasma, so when the dvd input is selected, everything works as expected (the plasma has ps3 image, and the ps3 sound comes from the speakers. My sky box is the problem though, as it is connected using optical audio and s-video. When I select the dtv/cbl input, I get the sound absolutely fine, but no image. I also tried putting both the sound and video through the front mounted aux input port (and switching input to aux), but again, sound is fine, but no video. I have tried using both the s-video and composite ports (I know that the signal is fine from the back of the sky box on both, as I have tried it direct into the tv).
In short, why does my yamaha amp not currently convert the s-video through to the hdmi output? What setting have I missed?
Help me please!
S-Video and Composite are analogue and HDMI is digital. Your receiver dose not have the capability to convert from analogue to digital and hence you are not not getting any video.
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
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