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When i hook up my Bell 4100 Sat receiver to the Aux 1 in, i receive the sound but no video. I have tried using all sorts of combos, s-video and yellow video cable. The tv is hooked up witrh HDMI from the back of the denon to the tv. I have the switch at the back set to HDMI. i can watch dvd but not Satelitte. Any help would be great.

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  • adam_jolliff May 02, 2010

    Yes I have, it was originally by using coax cable. I tried the cable box (sat receiver 4100) on another tv to make sure that the receiver was not defective, and it worked as it should. I used the yellow, red and white into my Sony receiver and I had no issues. I have the yellow, red and white hooked to the AUX1 in on the back of the Denon s-301 home theatre, sound but no video. My sat receiver is not HD, no hdmi out from it.

  • adam_jolliff May 02, 2010

    If swich to a HD receiver do you think this would help?

  • adam_jolliff May 02, 2010

    If swich to a HD receiver do you think this would help?

  • Citro May 11, 2010

    Hi Adam, First, have you ever gotten any picture on your TV from the Bell receiver? With any of the cables? Have you ever gotten a picture in the "Aux 1" input? Is Aux 1 on the Denon (receiver?) or on your television? Are you connecting the Sat. receiver to the Denon using an HDMI cable?

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Thanks for clarifying that for me. The simple answer is the Denon home theater isn't able to convert the signal from your Bell receiver into an HDMI compatible format. You'll need to use either S-Video or the regular yellow cable to connect your Home theater to the television. The HDMI out provided would only work for the internal DVD player. This is a limitation of HDMI, not a problem with your home theater. You need HDMI in (or DVI in) to get HDMI out.


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  • Citro May 02, 2010

    As far as I can tell (from checking online manuals), the Denon s-301 does not have an "HDMI In". So, you could get an HD Bell receiver and connect it to the TV, but I don't think you could connect it to your home theater.

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