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The best solution for any home theatre setup is a good universal remote. Some of the best ones are from logitech (used to be Harmony). They are capable of controling ANYTHING, and are Easily web programmable. Most common devices and stereos are already on their website so no long configuration is necessary. take a look at logitech's website:
for example would be a good buy. go down to your local circuit city or futureshop or such, and ask for a Logitech universal remote, they will likely know what you're asking for. Bigger is not always better, but getting a logitech remote will solve all of your universal remote problems for a long time to come. They're easy and always "updateable" online for the newest equipment available
the red rca jack of the component output on your dvd player or the red input on the Avr component input is not plugged in properly ( loose ) or the the component monitor out to the tv may be loose. there is also possablity of cable cut. check it with another component cable or interchange the red to green to find if the problem perssts ,... to ascertian weather it is the cable.. this info should solve your prob.