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Connecting a YAMAHA RX-V2700 receiver to my TV and cable box

I have a Yamaha receiver, RX-V2700. i connected a hdmi cable from my televison to the receiver. I then connected another HDMI cable from my cable box to the receiver. i get no audio or video from the receiver.

I connected the receiver to the cable box with an optical to get audio.

How can I get audio & video through the HDMI cable through the receiver

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  • Lboogie2305 May 22, 2008

    well I would like to make full use of the HD capability of the receiver. do you not get the highest quality of HD programming through the HDMi cable?

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    my rxv367 would'nt turn on, if I remove hdmi cable from satelite box it will power up, plug in hdmi cable and off goes receiver.

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    my rxv367 would'nt turn on, if I remove hdmi cable from satelite box it will power up, plug in hdmi cable and off goes receiver.

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    Tested HDMI Cable Tested TV direct from Cable box. FM Receiver outputs Audio

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Why not you use a normal AV cable
instead of hdmi cable

Posted on May 22, 2008

  • dewan nafees ahmed May 22, 2008

    yes you do.
    but i want to make sure it works with AV cable


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