H/K AVR 7200 OSD question

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  1. Bob Elliott

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    I don't like the small OSD that my H/K 7200 has on the screen when I play DVDs. If I mess with the volume it comes up on the bottom of the screen. I can look at the receiver to see the volume.

    before I play a DVD I have to go to the advanced menu on the OSD to shut it off. I have to do this every time I turn on the receiver. Is there a way to have the receiver save this setting so I don't have to do this every time I use the receiver? Any help is appreciated.

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    I don't like the small OSD that my H/K 7200 has on the screen when I play DVDs. If I mess with the volume it comes up on the bottom of the screen. I can look at the receiver to see the volume.

    before I play a DVD I have to go to the advanced menu on the OSD to shut it off. I have to do this every time I turn on the receiver. Is there a way to have the receiver save this setting so I don't have to do this every time I use the receiver? Any help is appreciated.

    Bob
     
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    Hey Bob, I use a seperate tv input for my osd. If you have an empty tv input, go that route. After I set my HK 525 up, I rarely need to use the osd.

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    Hey Bob, I use a seperate tv input for my osd. If you have an empty tv input, go that route. After I set my HK 525 up, I rarely need to use the osd.

    Aaron
     
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    Bob....the OSD on my 7200 does not come up unless I
    push the button on the big remote & have my input on
    the TV switched over.......
     
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    Bob....the OSD on my 7200 does not come up unless I
    push the button on the big remote & have my input on
    the TV switched over.......
     
  7. Pus Suchre

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    My OSD only pops up when I select it on the big remote- as Cam has already stated.

    Maybe you accidently programed one of your keys or macros to include the osd?
     
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    My OSD only pops up when I select it on the big remote- as Cam has already stated.

    Maybe you accidently programed one of your keys or macros to include the osd?
     
  9. Dennis Gardner

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    OSD only works through s-video and composite video. It doesn't work on component video. If you have a component output on your dvd, use it.

    From what I have read, you must reset the mini-OSD each time you turn off your AVR.

    Dennis
     
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    OSD only works through s-video and composite video. It doesn't work on component video. If you have a component output on your dvd, use it.

    From what I have read, you must reset the mini-OSD each time you turn off your AVR.

    Dennis
     

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