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Apple tv I've spent the better part of a day trying everything twenty times to get appletv to display on screen. Am using the component 2 input, Y/Cr-Pr?/Pb cables/jacks. Audio via analog to receiver. I've tried Apple's advised solution - trying to adjust resolution, using the apple remote to request from the appletv unit. I hear these cute little bleeps (almost tivo-like) every minute or so - for about half an hour - but never see anything other than the bright blue screen. Have unpluged, upgraded, restarted. Three times. Everthing's snuggly plugged in - and using cables that work on the dvd player - and the same component input that worked for the dvd player. Have the right input for viewing - any ideas - known problems? Known solutions? thanks Cindy

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  • PACCINNO Dec 22, 2008

    nothing happen when HDMI conected from ATV to TV. no signal at all NOTHING. Plis Help me



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TVtechmaniac is spot on. I own this unit and it has one DTV input which is 480p/1080i. Plug your component apple tv into this and you should be good to go. Im assuming the atv auto configs? If not, set to 1080i and you should be good to go.

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The component 1 and component 2 inputs only go to 480i and 480p. The Apple TV must be plugged into the DTV input which will accept a 1080i signal.

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