Re: how do I program the 2 component video inputs?
On the remote control, push the left arrow button to display comp1, then the up arrow to display the correct video setting. push the left arrow again to display comp2, then the up arrow again to select the correct video setting. Same procedure for digital audio (coax1 and coax2)
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The manual says you can get an optional Component Video cable (RVL-011) for the Wii. There is apparently one unused Component Input on theDenon where you could connect it. You would still have to use the Red/White analog audio.
The Yellow is for Composite Video only. It's lower quality and not compatible with Component Video (3-wire).
In the short term, why don't you just run the Wii's combined Composite video / analog audio cable to the provided Composite Inputs labeled DVD, VDP, TV/DBS, VCR-1 or VCR-2 on the Denon?
It would not be necessary to have BOTH Composite and Component video from any device, much less the Wii.
Ponder this, why do you need to run the video from anything to the Denon at all if your TV has mutliple video inputs? TV's specialize in video, theDenon specializes in audio. You can always extend the Red/White audio cables to reach the Denon.
I realize you may have already doubled checked but make sure you follow this from the manual:
If the satellite tuner / cable box is equipped with an S video output
terminal, connect it to the S VIDEO 3 (or 4) IN terminal with an S
video cable. If it does not have an S video output terminal, connect
its video output terminal to the VIDEO 3 (or 4) IN terminal using an
RCA-type video connection cable. You do not need to connect to
both the S VIDEO 3 (or 4) IN and VIDEO 3 (or 4) IN terminals. If
the satellite tuner or television has component video outputs,
connect them to one of the COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT jacks.
With the initial settings of the TX-DS898, the VIDEO 3 and
VIDEO 4 input sources are set for the COMPONENT VIDEO
INPUT 2 jack.
If the video connection is made at COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
1, this must be changed at the Setup menu: Input Setup → Video
Setup → Component Video (see page 35).
Using an RCA-type audio connection cable, connect the audio
output terminal on the satellite tuner or television to the same
VIDEO 3 (or 4) IN audio jacks on the TX-DS898. Make sure that
you properly connect the left channel to the L jack and the right
channel to the R jack.
If the device has a digital output jack as well, be sure to also connect
it to either a DIGITAL INPUT (COAXIAL) or DIGITAL INPUT
(OPTICAL) jack on the TX-DS898 depending on the device.
With the initial settings of the TX-DS898, the VIDEO 3 input source
is set for digital input at the OPTICAL 3 jack, and the VIDEO 4
input source is set for digital input at the OPTICAL 4 jack.
If the digital connection is made at a different jack, this must be changed
at the Setup menu: Input Setup → Digital Setup (see page 33).
How do I connect direct tv to denon and then get sound If the RCA TV has HDMI input connect as follows: 1.Connect an HDMI cable from the Directv box to an HDMI input on the Denon. 2.Connect an HDMI cable from the HDMI out-put on the Denon to the RCA TV 3.Select input the DirecTV is connected to at the Denon, at TV select HDMI input Denon is connected to TV. 4.On front of denon press the input mode button to select auto If the RCA TV has Component input (Green,Red,Blue) connect as follows: 5.Connect Component Video and Audio cables from the Directv box to a Component Video and Audio input on the Denon (TV, DBS,VCR). 6.Connect a Component Video cable from the Denon to the RCA TV Component Video input. 7.Select input the DirecTV is connected to at the Denon, at TV select component input Denon is connected to TV.
8.On front of denon press the input mode button to select aut
If the RCA TV has Composite input (Yellow) connect as follows: 9.Connect Composite Video and Audio cables from the Directv box to a Composite Video and Audio input on the Denon (TV, DBS,VCR). 10.Connect a Composite Video cable from the Denon to the RCA TV Compositet Video input.
11.Select input the DirecTV is connected to at the Denon, at TV select composite input Denon is connected to TV. On front of denon press the input mode button to select auto
This unit upconverts all video inputs to component output, so connect all your devices to your denon audio and video inputs and component video out of the denon to the tv component in and all should work fine
I have had this problem in the Field with a Client.
I had fixed it by going into the ADCOM menu and Resetting ALL of the Inputs and output for the Devices.
You have to select everything you need, then exit out of the Menu, SHUT OFF the ADCOM, WAIT about 10 secs, then turn it back on.
Or Else it Does Not SAVE Properly! Weird.
If you can not see the Menu on the TV Screen then try to hook up a Composite (Yellow) cable from the ADCOM to the TV and select the TV input to make the Changes.
I really hope this helps out it sounds like an Evasive problem which is hard not being in front of the Equipment!
TV has Component input (Green,Red,Blue) connect as follows: 1.Connect Component Video and Audio cables from the Cable box, PS3, DVD or Sat box to thea Component Video and Audio input on the Denon (TV/DBS, DBS,VCR1 VRS2, VDP or DVD). 2.Connect a Component Video cable from the Denon to the TV Component Video input. 3. If you do not have a cable or sat box and have a cable from the wall to the TV you must take an RCA(Red&White) audio out of the TV to an input listed in #1
On all tv's there should be independent input for all devices. Xbox 360 ,Wii, and tv. Take a look at input at the back of tv. The Xbox input should coincide audio/video. The same with each device. Then you use the tv's remote to select the input for each device. They should all work independently from each other. Such as component 1 for Xbox, component 2 for Wii, and depending on what type of tv input you use, such as coaxial, RCA, you note and put tv input setting on the device that you are going to use. If you have the audio working on each device, check the video input for each device. Make sure they correspond.
1, remote codes, check with sayno for code updates. Or consider a harmony remove last remote you will every buy.
2. Receiver does not convert video standards, need svideo cable.
3. popcorn hour player, no idea what that is , but like number 2. will need a seperate hdmi cable.
However, if the receiver and the player both have component, i would not hesitate to wore everything up component. In your application component video is better than hdmi. To many reasons to list. Good luck
Receivers generally cannot or will not convert from one input type to a different output. That's not to say there may not be some high end models around that do that.
I have this receiver and have it setup as follows. Monitor out Component, S-Video, and the Composite video channel (since I have surround sound I have no interest in getting audio to the TV since I keep its speakers off anyways) to their different inputs on the TV. Warning on some TV's if you plug in S-Video you cannot then use composite on that same input channel as it will override and disable the composite. Then you only need to choose the appropriate input on the TV when you switch sources. In my case Tivo is S-Video, DVD is component, and most of my older video games and VCR are composite.
Having a TV that allows you to change the labels for the input channels is helpful with teaching others that may be less adept, or a snazzy remote that you can program to do everything at once.
The input on your television monitor must be set to view the composite with the S video cable. You will not be able to view the component video unless you also have component video outputs going from the input selector to the television. After you have done that, you will also have to change your television input from "video 2" to whatever input you used for the component video hookup.