Hello, According what you saying not recognize any iput. Then your main board is defective.
The HDMI and the YPbPr are the same connection according the main board build. Any other question please call 323-767-6030.
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the computer and tv both should recognize that the hdmi is connected, if Its an add on card then try to uninstall, then reinstall drivers for it. I know windows 7 and I beleive vista automatically cofigures the display, on XP you may have to go into the display settings and click on Identify, then select the display to use.I dont know about Mac or linux, But the last linux software I ran did just fine picking up the HDMI signal.
it should be in your settings for what kind of signal the ant is to accept good place to start manuals can be hard to find hope this helps also try hooking another coaxial source to rule out faulty input
I solve it already my problem by connecting my ps3 to an 32 inches lcdtv and I change the videosetting to my ps3 to default setting because before when I had my sony bravia 32 inches I changed it to 1080p via HDMI cable signal...After I changed to default settings I connected it again to my own LG lcdtv 19 inches but it sadly 1080p is not so very much supported but anyway I can play now ps3 games...
The DVI input on this set is meant for picture only.. ex. to display computer picture.
if you want audio with your picture. you must connect to either inputs YCBCr or YPbPr which both of those inputs has audio inputs.
Fixing the internal power no problem depending the power board it's burn or not. second thing is your LTV-32HBG TV with one HDMI connection or two HDMI connection? I know more about these Astar TV because I have work for the Astar co as an electronic technician before and I only give out such information how to repair these tv. so, call 323-767-6030 and I will help you go through with you problem by the phone.