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Check to make sure there are no loose connections going from the speaker to the PCB as well as checking the speaker soldering if they used solder or quick connectors. If there isn't I would then start testing components in the audio section of the PCB. You can also test your speaker with a multimeter but I'm thinking the speaker might not be the problem.
The PS3 can be hooked up to the tv using either a HDMI cable or the old RCA (Yellow, Red, White) cables. If you are having problems viewing a picture or hearing sound, here is some trouble shooting you might want to try.
Connect the PS3 using both the HDMI and RCA cables. select the HDMI input on your tv. turn on the PS3. If you cant see a picture, press and hold the power button until you hear 2 beeps (this will take about 15 seconds). This resets the PS3 to the old RCA cables. Select the RCA input on your tv. Hopefully you can see the image and hear the PS3 now. Go to the settings on the PS3 and change the display settings to output video through the HDMI. Remember, your tv can only go as high as 1080i resolution, so you wont see anything if you select the 1080p resolution.
If this didn't work, you might have a bad signal though the HDMI cable. Unplug the tv and PS3 for atleast 30 minutes, and then connect the PS3 to the tv before you turn either one on.
If this doesn't help, then you might have a HDMI cable that isn't recognized by either your PS3 or your tv. Try replacing your HDMI cable.
Consider the PS3 as an audio and video source, the Cable Box as a really high-end audio source and the TV as a Video Output only. Send the Best Audio ro Video sugnal directly from its source to the BEST device that needs it. There is never any good reason to run high-end audio to a TV or any video to a receiver if your TV has multiple video hookups. Routing anything somewhere it isn't actually processed or improved only invites failures (and expense) from unnecessary cabling.
Tries tv unplug replug it back like an hour later for a tv resetting itself.The HDMI (2) port might be working again.Just used the PS3 game system only conennected it in the different tv ports of for the HDMIS ports provided by the tv.U know this wright?The PS3 game system play all this funsctions.CD-Audio only,DVD movies and old PS1 games,some PS3 system may,may not support and play old PS2 games,All Blu Ray movies and All PS3 Blu Ray games.
So, you don't want to use the TV speakers, right? Hook your PS3 audio output RCA jacks to the input on the amplifier and hook the PS3 video cabe to the yellow (orange) video input of the TV. Then hook your speakers to the front or rear outputs of the amp and the sub to the sub output of the amp. If you want to use your TV speakers, you can connect them to the front or back output of the amp for a 4.1 setup. OK?
If you REALLY want to plug your tv into your home theater system there should be rca (red and white) jacks on the back of the tv that say "audio out" or "speaker out" thats your tv's audio output. which is where you would plug in the TV to your home theater system.
But there's really no reason to do this and its not the most desirable way to set u a home theater. Sound doesnt come from your tv, and therefore your tv shouldnt be plugged into speaker (unless you have old school wal cable) sound comes from your cable box, DVD player, VHS, Xbox, Ps3 etc. the sound comes from your source, and these sources should be hooked up directly you your home theater reciever
hook your front speaker wires up to the A side and on the front of it make sure only the A speakers are playing but leave the rear speakers plugged into the B side then hit the listen mode button and you should be rocking
Offhand, old TVs have a video in and a single/mono audio in. The PS3 has a yellow video out and 2 audio out (red & white) L/R. The yellow should go to the video in of the TV while the red & white should go to an adapter whose single end goes to the audio in. The adapter would look something like the image below.
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