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How I connect DVD Player thru Yamaha RX V2090

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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    What would be the proper connections beween my Yamaha RX-V2090 and new technology of TV(HDMI), CD, DVD? I am completely lost and confused having tried various configuration.



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Please check your input source in tv and confirm right selection-check interconnect cables.

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