HK AVR320 Component Video

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  1. Bob*M

    Bob*M Auditioning

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    I purchased an HK AVR320 in Nov.2002. The unit works fine except that I cannot use the component video switching. I recently purchased a Sony DVP-NS725P progressive scan dvd to use on our Sony 34XBR800 hdtv. This is the first time I tried to use the component switching. When I connect the dvd to the component DVD input on the AVR, the MON output to the component input on the tv (video 5) and a Game cube to the VID2 input, there is no video on the tv, audio is fine. When bypassing the dvd, & game cube directly to the tv the video is fine. Connecting the hdtv cable box (SA4200HD) output to the AVR has the same results no video even on a none hd channel. Am I doing something wrong or is this a bandwidth probelem? Cables (monster)and connections have benn double checked. Any suggestions?
     
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    Double check setup of dvd player that the component output is enabled. Also on receiver setup, make sure THAT input is enabled.
    Are the component cables new? Do you have a way of double checking them? Try a different input on tv............
    Send HK an email.......... Good luck!
     
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    Sorry, dumb yet obvious question that I gotta ask, but you did switch the t.v to the right input didn't you????
     
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    Not dumb, I've been known to do things like that. I tried Video 5 & 6 which are both component in. Running directly into the tv the video is fine, cables are good.
     

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