PS3 is The amazing device by sony but it has some common problems like
sound , video problem etc.... Good news is that these all
problems can be repaired with the help of DIY Guides, one such guide
available at PS3 Repair Blog
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The best solution would be to see if your TV has and aux out for sound. It might also be called audio out. I would look like a red and white jack next to each other by themselves. Then you would take and audio cable and connect the audio out from your TV to the AUX in on the back of your Sony unit. Then select the AUX input selection on your Sony unit to hear the sound.
If you don't have an audio out on your TV then you can plug the red and white cables that go from your Wii console into the AUX input on your Sony unit. The only down side to this is you will ONLY have surround sound and no sound on your TV. Also you will have to pull your Wii cord apart a little bit to reach wherever you will need to plug them.
Disconect all the wires from the unit and leave for atleast five minutes. You need to even unplug the power cord from the recepticle in the wall or power bar. The unit should reset itself and hopefully turn back on clear of what was locked on.
what i would recommend is to unplug the unit and hold the power/eject button for 15 seconds. Plug the unit back in and hold the eject for 10 seconds while the unit is on. Let me know if this assists your problem or if you need further assistance and i will be glad to assist you. Thanks and have a great time with your Nintendo Wii
Try an HDTV. If you only have a standard TV, try a different one. I had the same problem and then bought a 1080p 16:9 aspect ratio HDTV and everything cleared up completely (sound and video). Update the ps3 to version 2.2 as well (just came out last night). Good luck!!
About the ac adapter is to power the console unit. There are also audio/video cables. On the back of the tv there should be something that says audio in/ video in. In that section match the colors up and connect them. Also look in your manual for audio/video input setup.
First, make sure you select either TV or HDTV selector on the Audio Video Cable that came with the XBOX. Second, if you chose TV plug the Audio/Video Cable connectot that are red, white , and yellow in color to your TV. Now see if you can see the Start up on the XBOX360.
If you still dont get anything, try plugging it on another television and see if that fixes your problem.