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No video through HDMI section of Onkyo TX SR-805 receiver

Onkyo TX SR-805 receiver has been used in a home theater system since Jan. 2008. Cable and projector (Mitsubishi HD1000U) were connected to the receiver by HDMI cables and worked fine till June 6. After a 3 weeks vacation during which the receiver was unplugged there is no video through HDMI; audio is ok. I get video using component cables for IN and OUT of the Onkyo receiver.

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  • Anonymous Jul 16, 2008

    no video through Onkyo TX-SR805 with HDMI:(
    Anybody?


  • badge350 Aug 29, 2008

    Mines doing the same thing. Audio but no video no matter what hdmi source Input into the reciever, there is no video coming out. I have checked all my connections, changed wires, the video on the units work fine when connected to my tv but when I connect to the receiver, bye bye video just sound? I am thinking there is a problem with these units?

  • Anonymous Oct 22, 2008

    I have the same problem. It suddently fails to output video to TV via HDMI. However, composite works. I did contact Onkyo who suggested to reset the unit. If it still does not work, contact service center. I will contact service center in before out of warranty.

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