Sir, I am trying to connect the DVD payer thru Yamaha V2090. There are separate S-Video "in" & "out" for vcr1 & 2, then there is a S-video connection for LD/TV and another one for "monitor out". I have connected DVD S-video out -->to s-video in of V2090 and from V2090 LD/TV out -->to s0video in of the TV. I am getting no picture. If I connect the DVD directly, then I am getting picture. It would be kind of you if you please let me know what I am doing wrong and How should I do the connection. Regards, Dipankar
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the rxv463 will not upconvert any video signals. its what they call a pass thru video switch. chances are you are using a red, white. yellow (composite) connection. you will then need to pass this yellow thru the receiver to the yellow output of the receiver and into the yellow input on the tv. the same rule would apply to the component inputs and outputs as well as the hdmis
There are several video and audio inputs named DVD. For video you have HDMI, component and composite. For audio you have standard analog stereo and digital coaxial spdif input. You need to configure the receiver to use the correct inputs - that means HDMI and coax. Also you need to connect the BD player via coax spdif cable to the receiver, because rx-v365 doesn't support audio via HDMI. If BD player has only optical output, use DTV/CABL HDMI input and DTv/CABL Optical input on the receiver.
S-Video is a media type that only carries video. Unfortunately the LG unit was designed only to be a self contained surround sound unit. There are only video outputs to the television on this unit. Because of the unit having surround sound capabilities, LG felt that their wasn't a need for audio output. You would need to buy a new DVD player to allow audio from the DVD to your new Yamaha unit. Good Luck!
Try the Technics SH-AC500D Digital Surround Processor. Its outputs should match the inputs on the RX-V2090. I own both units, though I am using a DDP-1 with the Yamaha receiver. I use two separate amps with the Technics to achieve surround sound using my good vintage stereo system (two of them actually - one for front and ane for rear). The Technics is a nice piece of kit.
If you have a button for A and/or B speakers on the front of your unit,
then use the A (or B) speaker connections for the inside speakers and B
(or A) speaker connections for the outside speakers. Then of
course you just select either A or B depending on where you want the
sound to come out. If you select A and B then it will come out at
both locations. If you don't have A/B speaker selection available
on the unit, then you will need a speaker select switch (from Radio
Shack) or else wire up a four pole double throw toggle switch to do the
Three things to look for for the no sound problem: 1) Make sure the pre-out main-in couplers have jumper wires in them 2) Make sure the mute is not engaged 3) make sure the speakers wires are inserted properly. you need to unthread the five-way binding posts before inserting the wire between the post nut and receiver.