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Why does my Yamaha receiver control the power for all my components - when I turn off the receiver all my components turn off (or won't turn on when the receiver is off)?

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  • mhkerr Dec 29, 2010

    I do have my cable box and TV running with HDMI cables, but my DVD player is still on component cables and it also turns off. If it results from using HDMI cables, how do I watch TV (cable) without turning on the receiver?

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This will happen when connection setup is through HDMI cables between all components. Turning off one thing will turn off all connected things in that setup.
This is not problem, in fact it is feature because HDMI cable has control signals as well including video and audio signals.
Hope these info will help you.
Let me know if connection setup is different or I missed any thing.
Thanks.

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Dec 29, 2010

    where from dvd player getting AC Power?
    you can watch cable channels by unplugging receiver from AC power socket, this will disable HDMI connection in receiver.

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