Sony HDTV flat - no picture with HDMI cable and Verizon FIOS box
Do not get any signal yet can see the guide from the verizon fios dvr box on SONY HDTV Flat panel TV with HDMI cable. Had similar problem with Time Warner DVR box but was alble to view most channels. Cannot see ANY channels now with new verizon fios dvr box. can't be the TV. please help!
Re: Sony HDTV flat - no picture with HDMI cable and...
Get a better HDMI cable, had similar problems with PC connection using a good quality HDMI (older), updated to the latest version (cheaper manufacturer) and all the problems disappeared. Going to component will work, but why sacrafice quality.
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"210" kind of works, but can't compete with Mr. Bond.
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If you can first connect the Fios box via component and that will rectify the issue and still allow HD. HDMI is funny, if there is anykind of communication issues between the TV or the Fios box you see what happens. You might also call Samsung to see if there is ANY firmware/software updated for your TV specifically to fix such an issue with the Fios/Mortorola connection. If there isn't then the issue is the cable box since the TV works ok on HDMI with other devices.
the only thing that i can think of is that the cables and connections are bad but if that is not the case it may be the internal components of the tv. my guess is that the tv was dropped or jumbled around while transported and what happened was internal components were broken or just mixed up so go to the retailer and get a refund or a new tv. hope this helps
are you using an HDMI cable? verizon has a thing with hdmi connections to samsung for sure, cause i have the prob my self, and i'm sure the tech said sony too. if you have a usb port on it, you can update the firmware and that may help