I have a Sony Bravia TV and bought this particular sound system so it would match and hopefully be easy to hook up. I was wrong. I am getting crystal clear sound from the subwoofer and the left and right speakers, but the center speaker and both surround speakers that go to the back of room don't make a sound. I did the initial quick setup and all the speakers worked so I must have something hooked up wrong. Also in order for the speakers that do work to mahe noise I have to turn the TV volume up as well as the surround sound volume. If anyone can help me I would be more than appreciative!!!!!
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It seems like most (maybe all) Sony HTIB do not work with the Comcast Custom Remote. I've found a work around that fixes the volume control and power button though. Hope it helps you all. I have a DAVHDX275 but I think this will work for most Sony HTIB systems.
What you need to do is steal some codes from a like product and then hardcode in the changes you need to the comcast remote. Set your AUX to 21232 (a sony code for TV/VCRs).
Then do the following:
1. While still on AUX, press and hold SETUP again until the remote blinks twice 2. Type 994 3. Press and release SETUP 4. Type 32975 5. Press and release VOL+ The remote should blink twice. That should reprogram the VOL+ to work with your Sony HT device. For each of the following function codes, follow the same steps and use the codes listed below: Vol+ = 32975 Vol- = 31951 Power = 32719 Good luck. Let me know if it works.
This is because it is transmitting an compressed encrypted signal and the monitor is made to recieve uncompressed signals,You can sometime get around this by changing the output to vga or analog on the theater system.
Make sure that you have the RC Cables (red and white) plugged into the audio ports that coincides with the component video inputs. If that wont work then try plugging the audio and video cables into the inputs for the satellite, since that works. That way you can isolate the issue. If it still wont work try using the XBOX 360 HDMI cable. That has both audio and video.
The fiber optic port on back on your bravia tv is only for when your using a over the air antenna and watching local atsc channels in your local market. You need to run the fiber optic from your hd cablebox if it has one or your hd sat box if it has one. If you don't have a set top box with the fiberoptic port on it you can use a digital coax cable from the cable or sat box to sound system. The only other way to get sound if you don't have a cable or sat box is to run the red and white rca audio cable from the tv to the sound system and got to the audio setup on tv and turn the tv speakers off and you might have to adjust the audio to fixed instead of variable.
Here are a couple of the most common reasons for your problem:
Make sure you have selected the right input source on the DAV-HDX275 that your TV station source (cable, satellite, direct TV or whatever you get TV stations from) is connected to on the DAV-HDX275.
Also make sure that if you are using a digital input (HDMI, optical, or coaxial) from the TV station source, that the DAV-HDX275 in set for a digital input and on the right source.
If you are using an analog source (red and white RCA jacks) for the TV stations , make sure you do not have the digital input activated for that source on the DAV-HD275. You need to select the analog option.
You must also be sure that you have a cable, whether it is analog or digital, connected from the cable box to the DAV-HD275.
I hope this was helpful to you, it is always very important to double check all the connections and make sure the stereo is set to the right type of input (digital or analog).
If you have found this to be helpful, a good rating is always appreciated. Thanks and let me know if you need any more help.
Based on your description, it seems that you set the DVD to progressive scan output, but have it hooked up to a TV (CRT) that cannot accept this signal. Because the TV can't accept the signal, you can't view the DVD menu to change the setting back to interlaced.
On the back panel you have "Component Video Out" for output via component cables, but there is also a yellow RCA connection labeled "Video Out". This is a "composite video" connection which does not support progressive scan. Try disconnecting the component cables and connect the composite video to a TV. The DVD will likely (hopefully) send a compatible signal (480i) through this connection, which will give you access to the menu.