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Video Monitor Out issues

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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  • nasly Apr 18, 2008

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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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Just to be clear, what is the input you are using on the projector?
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