Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have an Onkyo TX-SR605 that I just purchased and have connected it to my Panasonic plasma TV. When I'm watching standard TV (cable box connected to the receiver via HDMI input and the TV is connected to the receiver via HDMI output)the picture looks normal but then it will black out for a second or two and then come back on ....be fine for a 10 seconds or so and then black out again for a few seconds. Then sometimes it will fade in and out fairly quickly. But when I play a DVD it doesn't flicker. Both HDMI cables worked fine prior to the install...maybe they crapped out that's all I can think of....and advice
Just restart the cable box this will fix the problem. My problem started after a power outage and it was fixed by rebooting the cablebox
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
Many people say that the problem lies with the cable box and that many receivers switching capabilities are too advanced for the cable box.. try hooking the cable box straight to the tv via hdmi cable. although if you want surround sound you will have to use additional audio cable to you receiver and do the swithing manually
Posted on Dec 17, 2007
No solution, but I have the same problem with my Panasonic plamsa TH-50PE700U with a Yamaha RX-V2700 receiver. I don't think the cables are a problem. If I turn the TV on and off about 20 times the system stabilizes until I turn it off.
Posted on Sep 25, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Not sure what unable to connect means..but I will assume you have the correct cable.
First make sure you have plugged the from the HDMI cable from the DVD play into the IN 1 HDMI port on the back of your Onkyo
On the Receiver
Enter the Setup mode
Select INPUT OUTPUT ASSIGN
Next make sure the HDMI monitor out is set to YES on the Receiver
HDMI Monitor - YES
Next you need to assign the HDMI INPUT to DVD
Select INPUT OUTPUT ASSIGN
DVD - IN1
CBL/SAT - IN2
This may be your issue.
Next step would be to verify your television input settings.
Best of luck!
Posted on Apr 13, 2011
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