Originally Posted by whodean
OK, I'm back home to try it.
HDMI In Assign TV is set to HDMI1 but next to it it shows Audio-Amp No Signal 1: Ext. In
How can I change it to "analog"
To your other question my video signal is fine but I get no audio...
Ok friend, let's get you up and running. Here is a step by step guide.
1. Go to the system setup menu.
2. Go to "4. Video Setup".
3. Press Enter.
4. The cursor is now pointed to "1. HDMI In Assign"
5. Press Enter
6. You are now in "4-1. HDMI In Assign"NOTE: I have not read all of your threads so I do not know how many HDMI cables you are using so I'll give instructions on the proper setup of "HDMI In Assign".
7. The purpose of this setup is to align the HDMI inputs in use to the corresponding HDMI device assignments.
8. The cursor is now pointed to "DVD".
9. For demonstration purposes let's use the DVD HDMI Assignment. Here we go.If you have your DVD connected to the AVR via HDMI then press the right arrow key on your remote. As you see the has now changed to read . By pressing the right arrow key again the has now changed to ".
10. Now that you see how easy that is go ahead and move the the appropriated item(s) and assign the appropriate HDMI input.
11. Next, using the down arrow move from the device column to the second smaller column entitled "HDMI".
12. Move the cursor so that it now is pointed to "AUDIO:".
13. To the right of "AUDIO" you will see either "" or "".
14. Change the assignment so that "" is selected.
15. This line should now read "AUDIO: "
16. Next, using the down arrow on your remotes keypad move the cusor to the number "1.:".
17. To the right of "1." you will see either "" or "".
18. Change the assignment so that "" is selected.
19. This line should now read ""
20. Now, move to "2." and change it to read "".
21. You are now done with "4-1. HDMI In Assign.
Assuming your audio setup is correct, take your remote and find the "INPUT" BUTTON. It is the last button on the last row of the auxiulary keyboard. Press input untio "AUTO" appears on your AVR's screen. "Auto" enables the AVR to automatically align the incoming audio signal with the appropriated sound stage.
You should now have both audio and video.