Hi - I have a Proview Flatscreen TV (about 3 yrs old) and use AT&T U-Verse (fiber optic cable tv) through the HDMI source on my TV. When I turn the TV on, and select HDMI mode there is 0hz, when it is usually 60hz (at least). So, all I get is a blank screen and instead of accessing my cable box, so that I can watch tv, any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Re: Proview 3200 Flatscreen with HDMI Problem
Maybe the input on the tv needs to be adjusted to work with the cable tv for example in the tv menu where you can adjust the sources for the inputs maybe it is set to something like RGB instead of HDMI. If you have a user manual consult it on how to change the input devices. Good luck.
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Way #1 connect your cable box to your a/v receiver with one hdmi cable. Connect your blu ray player to your a/v receiver with a second hdmi cable. Lastly, connect a third hdmi cable from the a/v receiver to the television. (3 hdmi cables needed this way)
Way #2 connect your cable box to your television with one hdmi cable. Connect your blu ray player to your television with a second hdmi cable. Connect your a/v receiver to your television with a RCA/composite a/v cable or with a fiber optic cable. Connect your cable box to your a/v receiver with a fiber optic cable or RCA/composite a/v cable. Lastly connect your blu ray player to your a/v receiver with a fiber optic or RCA/composite a/v cable. This method takes 2 hdmi cables and three sets of fiber optic and or RCA/composite a/v cables.
Can't get more specific than that without having the a/v receiver's model number, type of cable box, and television model number. Hope this helps.
You have to configure your DTV input to use optical audio instead of analog dtv audio (red/white plugs). Input assignment should be described in the manual. Come back to me if you have still problems with it.
I beleive that you have connected the HDMI cable to the TV and that you have connected audio out from the TV to the bose system.(I'm assuming that the Bose does not have HDMI connections)
it won't work you will have to connect the Digital Fiber Optic out of the TV to the Bose or Direcly from the PS3 to the Bose.
Now if you connect it direclly from the PS3 to the Bose you will have to change the audio settings on the PS3 in Audio out from HDMI to Digital Fiber Optic.
I am posting this to try and get everyones audio problem for this receiver fixed. If you only connected the HDMI cable to the 510, you will not get sound. This receiver passes through HDMI only, no processing of audio. You must either connect a fiber optic or digital coax to the 510 for that respective HDMI input from the BD player, the DVD HDMI only accepts digital coax, and the Video2 HDMI only accepts fiber optic. If you BD player does not have digital coax out for audio, you must move the connection to Video2 HDMI and connect fiber optic to the Video2 fiber input. Sony butchered the whole purpose of HDMI with this receiver. Hope this heps you. By the way, it is hardware, no firmware update will correct this.