I have hooked my Set top box video to the 3805 using a video (yellow) cable and am trying to get the signals from the Reciever via the component on to my projector... I am not able to get the signals... any settings that I missing out on....?? Thanks.
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Re: Video Monitor Out issues
MOST AMPS NEED TO BE TOLD TO SWITCH ON THE VIDEO UP SCALEING TO PASS THE SIGNAL ON TO YOUR PJ.I NOTICED YOU HAVE AN HDMI LEAD ON YOUR DVD PLAYER ,DO YOU HAVE A HDMI CABLE FROM YOUR AMP 2 YOUR PJ OR IS IT COMPONENT AS MOST AMPS WONT TAKE THE SIGNAL BACK FROM HDMI 2 COMPONENT ONLY THE OTHER WAY ROUND.
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This could be a fault with the unnamed DVD player and its undefined hook-up. Does it work when connected straight to the TV?
My $.02: I NEVER run audio or video to any dievice that doesn't PROCESS it. No video to my receiver. No audio to my monitor. NO unnecessary cables or connections to degrade the signal, fail or troubleshoot.
your video source (cable box or Blu-ray or satellite box) has to be plugged into a proper video (yellow) input on the Pioneer A/V receiver and you must select on the TV, the video input where the yellow video cable is plugged in from the Pioneer A/V receiver (use TV remote). Also select on the Pioneer which source component you want like the cable box or whatever. Check cables for quality. Swap RCA video cables to see if cable is bad. Try new video cables. May need to adjust a user setting on the Pioneer A/V receiver. Make sure cable box or whatever is plugged into the yellow video input for that component you are selecting on the Pioneer.
No, you would be better off sending the video signal from your sources(satellite,digital cable,DVD,BluRay player,any digital HD source,etc.)directly to your Samsung TV, and then use the fiber optic output from the TV to transfer the audio signal to your Denon receiver, or another way is to send all video signal to your TV and send all audio signal to your Denon receiver seperately, keep in mind that there really isn't a good reason to send video into a Denon receiver, that processes sound not picture! Good Luck !
I would say check the cable version not everyone knows this but there are different version HDMI cables such as 1.0,1.1,1.2 and the newest 1.3 cable these are band-with depended cables and if you use a lower version this should work if not you might have a issue with video.
Other then that you might have a issue with the unit if all other signals are working on the monitor.. Ruling out this will be hard if you do not have another monitor to test it on. I would be conducting a test on other output monitors and see if you get any results.
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There is some sort of setting you need to change on the JVC receiver. I had this same problem, and I read the manual and it solved it. You need to press and hold down a button to change the mode. Your unit probably says "TV Sound" right now. Once you press this button (not sure what button) like the manual says, the display should change to "DBS" and then it should work just fne.
You need to use the monitor output on the denon and go to a video input on your tv, be sure the tv is set to the video input you plugged into on the tv input, then take the denon remote and hit the setup button, should show a on-screen setup
Check the Setup menu. Goto Video setup and make sure "conversion" is on. Another way to test is to hook up DVD, Cable Box etc. using only the standard "composite" video output (yellow). It should pass thru monitor out regardless of the internal setting on the receiver. Most electronics now are hooked up with Component, HDMI, or DVI which would require the receiver to downconvert the signal in order for you to view it on another video source. Hope this helps. If you still have a problem, list all your equipment model #s and I can troubleshoot more accurately.
You won't need the VCR, that's only used for a cable box, and since you have one now there is no need. You'll want to connect everything with the better video plugin possible. Composite (red, white, yellow) is the worst, then s-video, then component (red, blue, green), then DVI, then HDMI. That will square your video. Then send all audio signals to the Denon. These cables are usually the red and white cables.
Plug everything into the Denon to the appropriate input. Then connect the monitor to the video out of the Denon.