Question about Pioneer VSX520 Receiver
Your video source (cable box or Blu-ray or satellite box) has to be plugged into a proper video (yellow) input on the Pioneer A/V receiver and you must select on the TV, the video input where the yellow video cable is plugged in from the Pioneer A/V receiver (use TV remote). Also select on the Pioneer which source component you want like the cable box or whatever. Check cables for quality. Swap RCA video cables to see if cable is bad. Try new video cables. May need to adjust a user setting on the Pioneer A/V receiver. Make sure cable box or whatever is plugged into the yellow video input for that component you are selecting on the Pioneer.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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