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My x box has no video but audio I used another x box on all the same wires and tv so is it my x box? And where do you suggest I take it or send it if its out of warranty its a year old.

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  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2008

    my xbox worked fine one night and then the next morning i turned it on and there was nothing on my tv. then i brought it to my tv downstairs and the audio worked but no video

  • Anonymous Apr 29, 2008

    i was playing call of duty 4 and the graphics started getting messed up. i tried turning off the xbox and then back on and now i have no video but i still have sound

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No problem - I hope!!!! Just need to know if Direct TV is compatible.


Direct TV is compatible with all TV's. Just requires the proper cable connections

Mar 10, 2011 | Televison & Video

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I have just received the Yamaha RX V 667 I am having problems connecting the receiver to my blue ray player , TV and cable . ANy suggestions ?


Yes, refer to the manuals for each then ask about specific parts you can't work out.

Here's one...

http://usa.yamaha.com/products/audio-visual/av-receivers-amps/rx/rx-v667/?mode=model

My high-level $.02...




Consider the TV's role in all of this and it may nake things easier.


A TV's speakers are NOT generally considered a viable additions or alternatives to audio-specific designs. That is not to say they aren't better than some. Just that same TV's usually are not at the output end of an audio chain for good reason. Video, yes.


Even though this may go 'against the book', I'd recommend you go for minimal receiver involvement in the video side other than to send composite video to the TV from "Monitor Out" so you can set up and manage the receiver through the TV.


You can also send Cable- or Sat Box basic analog audio directly to the TV if it has inputs for audio. That way if you just want to watch the news or weather you don't need to fire up the Receiver.


Your video sources (DVD, BD, Cable/Sat) can suffer fewer video anomalies and unnecessary modifications or conversions if you send their BEST video directly to the TV and their BEST audio directly to the receiver. That way everything is handled only once by the best electronics you have for each function.

Feb 02, 2011 | Yamaha RXV667 Receiver

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Recieving audio but not receiving video out on the monitor from the tv/cable box..


if your usin the 3 connector rca cables make sure you have the yellow wire connecte to the video input that corressponds to the audio input your using then run a video cable from the video output to the tv. then make sure your on the correct channel. or you can just run the coax from the cable box to the tv with just an audio cable from the cable box to the sterao.

Jan 30, 2011 | Denon AVR-2803 Receiver

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I have direct satalite tv VR 6050 kenwood surround sound tuner vizio tv, dvd player, and a vcr, Im confused on how its hook up and what order should it go something like sat in to sat box to kewood...


that reciever is not going to carry a hi definition video signal, it doesnt have either hdmi or component video inputs.

you can still use it, but if you run the picture through the reciever, it will have poor quality.

heres how you are supposed to hook it up:

find the single,m yellow video jack on your sattelite box, and hook that up to the "tv" video input, then hook the laft and right audio outputs from the cable box into the "tv" audio left and right inputs on the receiver. hook up the dvd player and vcr in the same manner, using "dvd" and "VCR" (if labeled as such) inputs on the reciever.

finally, send the tv video and audio outputs to the composite video in and left/right audio inputs on the tv. the video will be running through the reciever, and when you use the reciever to switch the sound source, the video will also be changed. you could get better picture quality if you ran the video directly to the tv using component (seperate green, red and blue) outputs/inputs, and bypassing the reciever on the video end, but then you would have to change inputs on the tv AND reciever to change from your cable box to your dvd player.

Nov 25, 2010 | Kenwood VR-6050 Receiver

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We have a cable box, rca reciever, a dvd and a non digital tv. Does the reciever need input from cable box, dvd and tv?? is red, yellow and white audio/video enough to connect or is a S-cable or optical...


From your cable box, send "optical" to the receiver. From the DVD send "coaxial digital" (looks like one rca cable" if your receiver has it, if not, optical is fine as well. There is no reason to send audio from the TV to the receiver unless you are using an "off-air antenna". If you want to have audio from the cable box to the TV for listening to TV speakers only, send an audio video cable (red/white/yellow) direct to TV. If you need more help just post a comment and I can help you some more.

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Sound from my tv card, skydude doesnt work on my hp laptop, vista home premium


You haven't mention about the connections you have with the SKYDUDE TV box. TV boxes usually have AV (audio and video) connections i.e., two seperate connections for audio and video signals. If you are using a set top box to connect to the tv box you can connect the "video out" of the set top box to the "video in" of the tv box using a cable. and "audio out" of the set top box to the "audio in" of the TV box using another cable. Some TV boxes don't have the "audio in" option. In that case you have to connect the "audio out" from the set top box directly to the "audio in" of the computer. This pin you can find just near the "speaker" and "mic" connections.

If you have an S-Video pin in your TV box, you can use an adopter wire to connect two "audio in" and one "video in" connections to the same pin. And you have to select S-Video option in the software installed.

If you have "RF in" option in your TV box, you can use use AV to RF converter to connect your set top box to the TV box.

Thank you,

Apr 25, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Wiring problems


Not certain if HDMI can be used in a setup like this. I'd try it from the home theater (HT) to the TV, and other wiring for the other components.

For video:
All of these should have component connections (Y/Pr/Pb). You'll only need the video cables for each device:
  • Video out from cable, HT, and combo player.
  • Video in to TV. Your choice of inputs.
For audio:
Hopefully, the two output devices (the combo player and the cable box) have digital audio (fiber optic, or RCA coaxial). Otherwise, you'll only get stereo sound. VHS is stereo only anyway.
  • Audio out from cable box and combo player.
  • Audio in to HT.
The TV won't have anything to do with audio in this setup. Alternatively, you could try hooking up all inputs to the TV, and connecting audio out from the TV to the HT. Works best if this connection is digital, for surround.

Jan 01, 2009 | Sony BRAVIA DAVHDX275 Theater System

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Can't connect cable tv


Easiest way is to connect the cable wire (75 Ohm) to your tuner's input.

Best way in terms of performance (if you have HDTV and both your cable tuner and TV have HDMI cables) is to connect the cable box using a HDMI cable it had both audio and video.

Next best is component cable out (Red, Green & Blue wires) to the TV's component inputs.

Next best in terms of performance is to use the RCA cables from the box Video out and Audio out right and left to the Audio Videio inputs of your TV..

You may also use S-Video and Audio cables.

After connecting it up, you need to select the correct input on your TV or projection TV.

Hope this helps. :)

Mar 30, 2008 | Televison & Video

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A/v


Send it off for repair. If they fix it, great. If not, buy a new console.

Dec 21, 2007 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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