Connecting H550 Receiver to new HD Ready tv correctly
Can anyone advise what the correct way to set up the H550 with my newly acquired Sony KDL 32L4000 LCD for the various inputs, please? Previously I had Virgin digibox connected by SCART to 3 a/v jacks, oldish Mitsubishi VCR (only has SCART output) by SCART to 6 a/v jacks, and TEAC DVD by optical feed. Old crt tv was connected by jack from TEAC 'monitor out' and everything worked fine. New LCD tv has two HDMI ( no use as TEAC doesn't have this capability), two SCART inputs (AV1: stated as outputs available only for analogue tv, AV2 stated as outputs to the current screen - except PC, HDMI 1,2,Component 1080i) whatever that lot means!, Component In (Y/PbCb/PrCr) and AV3 (video, audio L, audio R phono jacks).
Is it possible to connect just the yellow video phono jack of a 3 jack/SCART cable to one of the tv's SCARTS, or will the AV3 video jack on the new tv be the only way to connect to the TEAC 'monitor out' jack?
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SUBJECT: Counter measure for Intermittently 5 times standby LED blinking
SYMPTOM: Customer may report that intermittently after AC OFF/ ON (or
Deep Standby/ ON), TV will shut down with LED blinking 5 times. If set
is placed in Standby, then On, symptom will re occur. If AC is removed,
set will work normally when AC restored
CAUSE: Timing mismatch of I2C communication causes interrupt signal
inside TV. This causes TV to shut down with error 'Standby led flashes 5
SOLUTION: This is a user correctable issue -
Where possible, please refer customer to Sony Website -(or ) and search
for relevant model to download correct update. If the unit is in
Workshop, please perform update as per Instructions.
This tv have the capabillity for the Full HD max resolution 1080i or 1080p.The problems u have is not the tv capabilities.The tv incomming broadcasting signals are vary like DTV,SD,480i,720i low end HD.Max HD resolutions are 1080p or 1080i.
The speakers cannot be connected directly to the audio outputs. These outputs are for use with an external amplifier. Connecting speakers directly to these audio outputs can cause damage to the set. Thanks
If you're not getting the audio signal, please select the Audio for HDMI to TV+AMP in Menu display. If you're not getting the videos, please check if the TV is HD ready and supports 1080p signals. Also check if the connections are firm and secure and you selected the correct input on both Receiver and TV. Please try connect the Settop box to different HDMI port of the receiver and try. You can also try connecting the Set top box to tv directly and check if its working. If its working fine directly with the TV, you may try to replace the cable and try else the receiver may require service
These tv's receive digital on the atsc 8vsb. Do you know what there broadcasting in New Zealand ? It could be that a Sony tech there can fix your problem. The TV can be set-up for a different digital broadcast and Sony is all over the world even in New Zealand .
Your description is not entirely clear, so I have to guess a little here, but I think what is happening is as follows:
1) You are using your DVD player as the source for the CD.
2) Your DVD is connected directly to the TV and the TV then connected to your receiver.
If the above are correct, then the problem is that the TV only has what is called an ACTIVE passthru for Audio signals. This means that the signal is process by the TV and tehn sent to the audio output jacks. With the TV off, the buffer ICs are not functioning, thus no output. Some older sets have what is called PASSIVE passthru.
I don't know your specific DVD model specs, so check to see if you have 2 audio outputs from the DVD (many do) and connect the other audio out directly to the receiver. That will resolve your problem.