sMoKeY^ Ars Tribunus Militum Registered: Sep 5, 1999Posts: 1710 Posted: Tue Dec 30, 2003 11:58 am Well, I am assuming that by "telling it what input source to use" you mean I've been at this for quite some time and built quite an impressive video library ... Funk Audio HAS Advanced Audio and Imaging Solutions KEF Music Lounge Power Sound Audio Sewell Direct – Connect Anything SVS Community I have checked the component video is connected to the correct jacks on the receiver. http://helpsbs.com/yamaha-receiver/yamaha-receiver-subwoofer-output-not-working.html
To get around this, have you try connecting the tv to the "monitor out"? Does this indicate anything new? Get the answer verdunite July 26, 2015 12:41:13 PM Hi Sobold, Thanks very much for posting your solution as I have almost the same problem. Two things to try.
Use the following subwoofer placement & calibration tips: An Easy Solution to Subwoofer Calibration Tips for Connecting a Multi Subwoofer System Editorial Note on Auto EQs Even the best Auto-EQs are Now you need to hook in your input source. More often than not, a cable comes loose over time when it gets bumped by the cleaners, the cat, or just moving stuff around in general. Yamaha Receiver Hdmi Repair On your receiver you need to find where it says monitor out and either connect component cables(red,green,blue) or a yellow av cable and run it to your tv.
There is no need for the Optical Audio Cable. Yamaha Receiver Hdmi No Video arnyk is offline Quote post #3 of 24 Old 09-19-2013, 07:47 AM jbichsel Senior Member Join Date: Sep 2005 Location: IL Posts: 210 Mentioned: 0 Post(s) Tagged: 0 Consequently I have read the manuals for my equipment, tinkered with the settings, e-mailed Yamaha (no answer) but still can find no solution to my issue. Sign Up to Our Forums!
Please try again now or at a later time. Yamaha Receiver Hdmi Handshake In my TV (LG) it's called SimpLink. Baselworld is only a few weeks away. I'm pretty sure you either have to use all components cables or av cables for video input/output.
Check the audio set up menu in the BD player and try a different mode. JerryÂExperience hath shewn, that even under the best forms of government those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny.Â Thomas Jefferson jbichsel is offline Yamaha Receiver Hdmi Output Not Working not contradicted as I understand it. Replace Hdmi Port Yamaha Receiver If you you used an av cable(yellow cable) to output to the tv then for your input source you need to use a yellow av cable and plug it into either
In my TV (LG) it's called SimpLink. navigate here Recalibrate levels, phase, etc accordingly. Reluctant to update the firmware last night I went ahead and did so with success, luckily, and left the unit turned on and went to bed. The receiver has video conversion turned on. Yamaha Hdmi Board Replacement
If the various devices don't understand each other, your TV might mysteriously shut off while the DVD is playing, or a miscommunication will cause the TV or one of the components m 0 l jiden77 May 16, 2014 8:39:16 PM I agree, must be why Best Buy had it marked so low last Christmas. The AV shows all 5 speakers on its screen, and they all work fine. http://helpsbs.com/yamaha-receiver/yamaha-receiver-no-sound-hdmi.html I did that via wireless internet connection.
you wont get anything on your screen that way. Hdmi Port Not Working On Receiver Lol Please chime in if you can assist. I'm writing this guide hoping it will help someone out there who's struggling with the same issue.
You can also select a different audio mode from the audio menu of the BD disc itself. And it seems like the HDMI inputs work because when I plug things into them and turn them on, the display shows the HDMI logo like it's getting signal. opening my beer takes more effort than that. Yamaha Receiver Sound But No Picture Thanks to all who took their time reading my post.
When I tested my hdmi inputs last night I was getting audio to come through on hdmi ports 3, 4, and 5; and of course no hdmi output to the tv. Check the audio set up menu in the BD player and try a different mode. the only thing arc is for (audio return channel) is to send audio from tv to the receiver if for example you were using the tv tuner or apps. Sign in Loading...
Set the HDMI Control to ON. But even if it was trying to use speakers that didn't exist, you'd still get the front L/R sounds out of the speakers.Your speakers are connected to the A terminals rather