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Onkyo Receiver/Phillips DVD and the picture is pink.. help

by artzee92 / February 13, 2006 2:13 AM PST

I put together a home theatre system and am using an ONKYO TX-SR502 receiver. Everything works fine except the DVD. I have a Phillips DVD 724 and am using component cables with the Onkyo receiver and the picture on the screen looks like a B&W with a red tinge. I tried hooking up using an S-Video cable and I got sound and no picture. The DVD works fine when just connected to the TV but when connected to the receiver all I am getting is a headache. Is the problem in the receiver or in the DVD? The receiver is a year old and this is the first time I've tried to hook up the DVD and I've double checked all my hooks ups. ANyone have any ideas on how to solve this problem??? Thanks!!

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by stewart norrie / February 13, 2006 6:20 AM PST

Make sure you have red , green and blue cables hooked up rite from your d.v.d. player , amp , and t,v, also it is possible there might be a switching problem in your amp in closing I run all my vidio sources straight to the t,v,, more buttons to push but less cables and less chance of degrading vidio signal good luck stewart

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(NT) (NT) Which TV???? john
by jcrobso / February 13, 2006 6:44 AM PST
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