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Denon avr5800 with Apple TV

I am trying to wire up my Apple TV. My installer wired my sattelite and my DVD player video directly to my television, so I have no additional Component Video (red/blue/green) connections on the back of my TV. There is no video going through my Denon receiver. Should I re-wire all of the video to go through the receiver, including the Apple TV?
The Apple TV has either Component Video (Red/Blue/Green) connections, or HDMI. The TV only has Component or S-Video. The Denon....has just about everything!

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Denon AVR-786S 7.1 Channels Receiver


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First set the DVD player To mono and then see.
Check if the DVD assigned to coaxial input in receiver menu?
Check if the Digital out activated in player menu?

There are quite a few ways to connect cable box, DVD, receiver and TV together. At a minimum---Connections between DVD and a/v receiver: For Audio, either digital coaxial, digital optical or simple RCA (CABLE ONE); If you did not use RCA you need to connect Video with either component or s-video (CABLE TWO). For connection between a/v receiver and TV: either component, s-video or RCA (CABLE THREE) You did not mention how your cable (or sattelite) box is connected. You could use same set-up as between DVD and a/v receiver for another one or two cables depending on set-up used.


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Feb 23, 2008 | Denon AVR-786S Receiver

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I have a Denon AVR 790 for about 8 months now. Hooked up a combo DVD VCR player using the red/yello/white cables. It worked fine for about 6 months. Now I cannot get the DVD or VCR to play. I get sound,...


Hi,
If dvd combo player is only video source connected with Denon AVR 790 then unplug yellow video wire from Denon and plug it directly in TV input, now video signal will go directly to tv and sound will come from Denon AVR 790 speakers during dvd playback.
This is simple bypass that wont effect surround sound of dvd playback.
Let me know if you have additional question.
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Oct 20, 2010 | Denon Audio Players & Recorders

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Receiver will transmit t.v. sound but no picture


Maybe the video portion of your receiver was fried by the lightning. The good news is, you don't need it!
I run all my video sources (sattelite, xbox and dvd player) to my TV with hdmi cables, and a single toslink(optical) from the televison to my 5.1 home theatre receiver. it sounds great and I only use a single input of the receiver for all my video.

If your setup does not have toslink themn use coaxial digital. it is also one wire and probably is indistinguishable in sound quality.

for future, run the power for all your electronics through a UPS or fancy surge supressor to protect them from bad power (and lightning)

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Denon AVR-1705 Missing Video Functions?


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What you need to do is connect all your devices to the Denon Using the best connections (Yellow Video=OK, S-Video=good, Component green-red-blue=better and HDMI=best. if you do not have a DVD that upconverts to 1080i or p when using HDMI, I would use component cables where available from your devices to the Denon other wise use the next best connection available and if connecting digital audio make a chart of all connection so you can setup everything when your ready for programming the Denon

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No system configration display on AVR3300 since moving.


Make sure the S-video and the composite cable are not plugged in it the same time from the Denon of at the Plasma

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Denon AVR1602


I know the avr 1602 well....What exactly do you mean "I have my TV cable service wired to the Denon".....Do you mean the actual co-ax cable ?....

The denon is only able to switch raw video and audio signals.

What do I mean by that ?....IF you are running your co-ax cable from your cable company directly into the back of the denon, it won't work. The Denon has an AM-FM tuner, but not a video tuner ( channels 1-121)....If this is what you are doing, then you want to run it to your samsung first ( as long as the samsung has a tuner so you can change channels ).

If the samsung operates like an old VCR, whereby you can plug the cable company co-ax cable into the back of it, and change channels with the samsung, then that is what you must do. You would then hook up the OUTPUTS of the samsing to the VCR or DVD inputs on the Denon receiver. ( use DVD inputs on the denon if the samsung has optical audio out, and use an optical cable as well for better sound ).

You would then use the Denon for the sound, and hook up your TV to the Monitor out jack on the back of the Denon.

The Denon is like a big switchbox. You plug your DVD, VCR, Satellite, video game, or what-have-you into the Denon. Then you use the denon to route the signal to your TV for the picture, and the denon takes care of the sound.

Hope this helps, and remember to always follow your owners manual.......Rob

Mar 13, 2008 | Denon AVR-1602 Receiver

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Denon 1905/785 - lost color feeding tv


Your Denon 1905 might be setting it under HDMI for video source.You need to correct it by going to menu,as you browse through the setting,you should able to find video select or video output. It is on the manual.
Remember,you need to run a composite video cable from the video output behind your receiver to your TV video input for this step.
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Mar 09, 2008 | Denon AVR-2807 Receiver

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How to connect using a LCD monitor, cable box, DVD player


You won't need the VCR, that's only used for a cable box, and since you have one now there is no need. You'll want to connect everything with the better video plugin possible. Composite (red, white, yellow) is the worst, then s-video, then component (red, blue, green), then DVI, then HDMI. That will square your video. Then send all audio signals to the Denon. These cables are usually the red and white cables. OR Plug everything into the Denon to the appropriate input. Then connect the monitor to the video out of the Denon.

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