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I have a Samsung HLP5063. Just bought a Onyko AV receiver with HMDI hook ups. Also connecting Dish 211VIP, and Samsung DVD connected to the receiver. I was able to get the DVD player to work, but no surround sound, only front speakers working. Now, somehow I got the TV stuck on TV source. Can't get back into HMDI! I've tried the controls on the side of the TV, and my Harmony remote, but neither will work! Inever have been able to get the satallite to work through the HDMI connection. TV connected to AVreceiver through HDMI out CAB/SAT - HDMI3, DVD - HDMI1. I've tried different hook ups to see what might work but to no avail!

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  • dreamcr Sep 29, 2008

    My Onyko is model TX-SR606. I gave up on the HDMI and used coxials instead, everything working great now. I had The TV on HDMI and followed the set up instructions in the manual but never could get the satellite picture or sound. I had the TV HDMI plug into the HDMI out on the receiver, like it said to do in the instructions. Did the speaker set up, had great sound with radio and iPod. Just no go with TV and Satellite. I tried every configuration of HDMI on my TV also, ie,, HDMI - AV receiver, satellite, combo, and left it blank. Oh well, like I said coax hook up is working.

  • dreamcr Sep 29, 2008

    Yes, I had the HDMI out on the receiver going to the TV in. HDMI out on Satallite to HDMI3 (cbl/sat) in on receiver, and set up done naming HDMI3 for the cabl/sat.

  • dreamcr Sep 30, 2008

    Oh, by the way, I also tried connecting the satellite directly to the TV and never got sound or picture. So it's possible that the satellite HDMI out is not working properly on the Satellite box.

  • dreamcr Sep 30, 2008

    Satellite receiver is a Dish VIP211.

  • dreamcr Oct 05, 2008

    OH WELL, YOU DIDN'T SOLVE MY PROBLEM.

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Have you gone through your onkyo receivers setup manual. You will most likely need to adjust the settings on your Onkyo receiver. I also have an onkyo reciever and I have to assign the inputs to the video source. Being that you got sound out of the front speakes. I am assuming when you were playing out of the dvd player your reciever was only on stereo sound. Once I get feedback I can assist you further
Thanks,
Lee

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    Lee A. Sep 28, 2008

    What is the model of your onkyo reciever?
    Thanks,
    Lee


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    Lee A. Sep 29, 2008

    So did you HDMI out from your satellite to the HDMI in on the reciever. Then HDMI out on the reciever to the HDMI in on the TV? Once I have more information I am certain we should be able to get HDMI working. Though I am glad to hear you have something to go on for now.
    http://www.ch.onkyo.com/files.download/t...
    P.31 refers to HDMI connections.

    Thanks,
    Lee


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    Lee A. Sep 30, 2008

    That definitely sounds like a possibility. I am wondering if there is some option you have to turn on. If you want to give me the model of your satellite receiver I can look into it further for you. If you have a moment please take a second to accept and rate my solution accordingly.
    Thanks,
    Lee


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