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Re: audio problems with ps3
Grab one of those compressed air cans from office max and blow it into the cd slot with no disc in it, the lens on the inside is probably dirty. If that doesn't fix it you will need to contact Sony @ 1-877-253-SONY(7669) for a replacement unit.
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I CHANGED THE AUDIO SETTING UNDER HDMI FROM AUTO TO MANUAL AND I REMOVED DOLBY 5.1 FROM SELECTIONS.LEFT THE OTHER 2 SELECTIONS THAT WERE ALREADY SELECTED FROM AUTO SET FOR HDMI I HAVE NOT HAD AUDIO PROBLEMS SINCE.
Try checking the cables. (obvious I know but it must be said).
On the XMB (Cross Media Bar), go to settings on the left. Scroll down to "Sound Settings"
Choose "Audio Output Settings", then "HDMI", then "Auto"
If that doesn't fix it then choose manual and the most basic outputs first; -Linear PCM 2ch. 44.1KHz and -Linear PCM 2ch. 48KHz
Depending on your surround sound setup your could get away with other options as well. Fist determine if your setup is 5.1 or 7.1, DTS or Dolby Digital. Then start with the lower KHz settings and work your way up.
i have the same problem with the RZ-4900AV,
it manifests itself when any video application runs through either the optical or coaxial input.
in my case it's definitely not the optical cable itself, which works fine on another receiver.
optical or coaxial input of audio CD's is fine, but a DVD video on the same DVD player gives the high pitched whine. the same with the PS2 on the optical input, audio CD in the PS2 no problem, PS2 game or DVD video gives the whine...
i think, unfortunately, it's a crap receiver...
and i solved the problem by buying a RZ-6900AV, which works perfectly in exactly the same environment.