Thank you for posting in the forums! I'm sorry to hear after all of the troubleshooting you have done, you are still unable to get a video signal using component cables. After reading your post, the troubleshooting steps you have taken certainly rule out HDCP or SOC. As a final troubleshooting step, I would connect the component cables directly from the cable box to your TV. Completely bypassing the Slingbox. You will want to ensure the TV is set to that component input. If you are getting a video signal on your television, the issue is with the Component input on the Slingbox. If you do not get a video signal, the issue is with the Component output on you set-top box. If the issue does end up being the Slingbox. I would recommend contacting Sling Media Support. As all Slingbox 350's are still within the one-year warranty period, you may be in need of a replacement.
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I have the same problem. I have 2 Slingboxes 350 and both with the same problem. I can connect composite cables but not component. Composite cables works well both Video and audio while component doesnt work at all.
I connected directly the component cable from the cable box to TV and it works.
Since the problem is on both Slingboxes do you thing that just having both replaced can solve the problem?
I am in the UK