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Video Issue with SA-HE200

Recently my SA-HE200 Receive have been losing video while playing a DVD . The sound portion of the DVD is still being provided to the speakers but the video is gone. Cycling the Receiver on and off corrects the issue but only for a short period of time. Any ideas on correcting the issue.

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You might want to re-wire your system so that the SA-HE200 only handles audio for the various components. Run video lines directly to the TV/Monitor. Always use the best (most advanced) matching cable type between the two.

I always setup my systems like this anyway. You end up using less and shorter cable runs and often get to use a video cable type the audio receiver doesn't support.

Posted on Apr 22, 2008

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