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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Easy. All you have to do is to make sure that the DVD player is old the older types that have RCA connectors at the back of the DVD. Latest DVD may have RCA connections but I am not sure if it can send digital signal directly to the analog TV. Try this and see what happens. if your TV is old and does not have Component Video (Red/Green/Blue) RCA sockets (input) but has standard Pal/NTSC sockets (Yellow/Red/Black) hook up the yellow, red and black plugs into a DVD (out) RCA sockets of same colour, then hook up the other end of the cable in the (in) RCA sockets at the rear of the TV.
If it works, then all is well. If it doesn't work, then you have to hook up the cable from the DVD to the (input) RCA sockets of a Set Top Box, so that the Set Top Box will convert the signals for the analog TV. Just pay attention to the inputs and outputs at the rear of them.
On your DVD - plug the RCA cable to the (OUTPUT) RCA sockets. On the Set Top Box - plug the connectors in the (IN) RCA sockets and then use another cable connected to the OUT RCA's of the Set Top Box, then connect the other connectors to the (IN) of the TV RCA sockets. Hopefully you get the picture on what I mean.
For whichever input the monitor is currently set to (i.e. Input 1, HDMI 2, etc.) it is telling you that the signal it is receiving is unusable. The question first is the monitor set to the input you truly wish to use?
If it is, then check the cabling between the monitor and the source device (cable/satellite box, game box, etc.) If you believe it the source is working, try swapping the cable or using a different input.
If that fails, try hooking up the source to another monitor and seeing if it works there. If you have a long cable run, try higher quality cables, the video signal can degrade over long runs (> 25').
It sounds like the monitor is receive *a* signal, just not one with enough data to be useable. Probably a bad cable.
I wish you would have said what your using for signal- cable, cable box, satellite ?
Cable- The lead screws into the cable in jack. Then auto program set.
Cable Box- Cable screws into "cable in" on box. It's best to use the 3 jacks colored RED-GREEN-BLUE,and red & white for Audio. These are known as Component Input. If your not using that way then you can use A/V input. These will have 3 leads,Yellow (video) Red (audio-R) and White (audio L). Either way,just make sure Component >Component or Video > Video and dont forget the audio. After your done just change your input on the tv (via) remote to which ever input you used.
Satellite- Is the same hook up as cable Box
Outside or Indoor Antenna- Connect to Antenna Input and Auto Program your set. It will know what your using.
Two choices: 1) get a tuner for your computer and watch the live or recorded show the monitor (Similar to watching a download from the networks or HULU.com) 2) get a set top tuner with an s-video out. Connect an S-video cable to a video cable signal adapter (Mini-dim 8-pin connector to S-VHS and CVBS jack) and connect that to the monitor. Then hook up speakers to the set top box.
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