Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Most likely the issue is the signal that is being passed through the Onkyo and/or the Onkyo data is changing the signal to a format that your TV does not support.
With your modern TVs if they get a signal that is out of range of what they support they will turn off the video to keep from damaging the TV.
Let me know what video devices that arre sending a signal through the Onkyo data and what type of connection they are using.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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