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JVC LT-Z37SX5 no sound when using hdmi connection to HD box

I have a JVC LT-Z37SX5 television. I have just purchased a Bush high definition digital set top box (model DFTA10HD) and connected it to the television, and am having some difficulty with the HDMI connection as follows: If I connect the HDMI output of the set top box to the HDMI input of the TV, then I get a picture on the TV but no sound. The picture flickers about once each second, so is not suitable for normal viewing. I have not been able to get any sound from the TV when viewing the HDMI channel (on V4, the HDMI input). I changed the HDMI audio setting to Digital, as described in the manual. I also tried with the auto and analogue setting, but they did not give any sound. To make sure that the fault was not in my new desk top box or the new HDMI cable, I connected these to my daughter's TV using the HDMI connection, and it worked fine for both the picture and the sound. If I connect the desk top box to the V1 input of the TV using the Video, Audio left and Audio right cables using RCA connectors, then it works fine. Could you please advise how I can get the TV to display the HD channels using the HDMI connection. Thanks, Geoff

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  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2009

    Hi Geoff,

    I have the same problem.

    Did you find an answer??

  • paddo09 May 06, 2009

    Hi,  I have a problem with DFTA10HD when connecting to a monitor which is not Full HD but should still display a 720P image fine as I am using it fine with a PS3 set to 720P.  Using the settings on the remote seem to make no difference to the output resolution.  

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The tv has a configaration that conveys the sets focus on both audio and video performance. full hd resolution of 1920-1080 pixels.
hdmi inputs allow connection of the generation of 1080p sources for the systems which offer 1080p outputs

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