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Video input not recognized for LD and DVD

I have a Pioneer VSX-D912. I just added a new HDDVD player to the system so I changed some coneccitons. The old DVD recorder was hooked to using GBR cables. To accomidate the HD DVD I switched back to the old coaxial video cable. Now I only have sound, but no video. I also now do not have any video through any coaxial cables (the wii hooked to the video input or the old Laser disc hooked to the dvd input). Do I need to "reset" the receiver so it recognizes the old coaxial inputs? I tried unplugging and re-starting but it did not help.

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By coaxial, do you mean the composite (yellow)? Either way you have to use the same style no matter what the cable. I mean, if you have s-video's IN to the reciever then you need S-videos OUT to the TV. ....Component IN to the reciever? then Component OUT to the TV. And so on. You cant have composite cords going into the reciever and use a component cord out to the TV (with the exception of a few models).

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