Question about Audio & Video Receivers
I have the monster HDMI cable connected directly from the PS3 to the receiver and there is no sound. The audio output on the PS3 is set to Linear PCM. The audio output settings is set to HDMI/Dolby Dig 5.1 ch./Linear PCM 2 ch 44.1/48/96 khz.
Are my settings correct? Do I need another cable to connect to the reciever? and where do I connect it? Thanks for your help.
URNOTME is right. HDMI is great and all, but wish i would have spent a few more dollars on a unit that supports switching. htr-6130 does pass-through, so you have to use seperate audio connections. really there is no use running HDMI into the receiver and then into the receiver and THEN to the tv. just go straight to the tv, then run your audio either optical (best) or coaxial.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
Make sure the sound settings on yamaha rxv463 is set to "V464" and not "Other". The parameter is HDMI sound menu.
This receiver can play audio either via V463's speakers or the speakers of another device connected to the HDMI out of the receiver, but not both simultaneously.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
The Yamaha HTR-6130's HDMI does not support audio switching. You will have to use a seperate source for this... Digital Optical is your best bet for the PS3!
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
Try clicking on cd using the remote..thats the way solved the problem
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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