Sony headache

Discussion in 'Displays' started by Mitch Crawford, Jul 16, 2003.

  1. Mitch Crawford

    Mitch Crawford Auditioning

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    Good morning/afternoon...

    I am trying to fine tune the parent's HT. I yanked all of the RCA connections and chose to upgrade to s video and optical. I am now running into a problem with the TV.

    Here is the set up... all comps are connected to the AVR.

    Sony DVP-560 dvd player (S-video dvd in and optical to dvd in)
    Sony SAT-A2 digital sat rec (S-video and RCA audio to TV/SAT in)
    Sony SLV 585HF hi-fi vcr (RCA audio/ video to video input 1)
    Sony STR-DE845 avr (S-video monitor out to TV input video 1 and RCA video monitor out to TV input video 3)
    Sony KP53 proj display (audio out to video 2 audio input on AVR for cable TV sound)

    The problem comes to me when I am select a different video function from the AVR. The TV automatically jumps to a video input... for instance, I select SAT/TV on the AVR, the TV will jump from video 1 to video 3 on it's own. Why is this unit doing this?
    I have never had to deal with a problem like this and I would like to know if any of you pro's out there know how I can fix this. I want my folks to have everything connected through the AVR but it seems to be giving me some trouble. on the display side of the setup. Thanks and have a smooth day!
     
  2. KennethF

    KennethF Stunt Coordinator

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    hi mitch...

    i dont consider myself a pro by any stretch, but looking at your connections, is there any way to plug the s video and rca outputs from the avr to just the video 1 input of the television? i have component, s-video, and rca connections from my processor to the video 1 input of my television, and the processor switches the source automatically.

    i may have completely misunderstood the problem, or your question, and if i have, please forgive me (as i said, im certainly not an expert!).

    hope this helps, and good luck!
     
  3. JackS

    JackS Supporting Actor

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    It sounds to me like you've made more than one Video out connection from your receiver. If all video sources are running through your receiver, a single S- out from the receiver (monitor out) to video 1 in on the TV should be the connection to make. This will display all sources on that input which is fine because you can only watch one source at a time anyway. If you are using a cable box, there may be a variation to this connection in which case, maybe someone else with experience can advise. Either way, I think the single S-out would be correct. Good Luck ,Jack
     

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