I HAVE A HYBRID CONNECTED TO AN HDTV THROUGH A HDMI CABLE. I GOES IDDLE, AS IF IT GOES INTO HYBERNATION. HE TV SAYS NO SIGNAL AND THE WIRELESS KEYBOARD AND MOUSE DON'T SEEM TO WORK! HELP!!!!!!!!!!VB NYC
I have exactly the same problem (the Hybrid seems being in hibernation, wireless keyboard, wireless mouse). The only difference is that, in my case, the hybrid is connected to a 19" LCD monitor. Thanks.
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For sure there must be some tv output on your computer..... for example hdmi out..... then you need to use hdmi cable and on tv switch to correct AV input.....
another way is to connect via monitor output, but works only with LCD TVs with monitor input.....
if you would tell me what model of computer you have, than you can get better answer
First, try to reset resolution of HDMI Sony BD output.
Unplug HDMI cable from TV and change to Component connection to reset BD output resolution.
Than after you entered to resolution menu, choose to standart resolution 720 or 480 i.
If above methode working, try to reconect HDMI cable again to HD TV.
If any problem with picture or still "Not Supported" messege appear, i suggest to change HDMI cable first.
i hope its work.
No,try websites like Ebay.com or Amazon.com to buy a HDMI cable.Plug the HDMI cable in ur computer USB hub and the other side of the HDMI cable to the tv HDMI hub.Go into tv menu goto the tv find the wright input of the HDMI cable is in ur tv input there it is ur LCD Tv as a computer monitor.
Your setup has a TV/Monitor and a audio/video box. The A/V box is connected to the TV and other source inputs connect to the A/V box. Hookup your cable box to the A/V box either using component video (green, blue, red) RCA cables from cable box outputs to the A/V box inputs OR the A/V box also has a DVI/HDMI input jack which may work using a HDMI cable. Select the proper source.
Why do you use VGA-HDMI cable? This TV works fine with VGA cable - it has VGA plug. Or if your notebook has DVI output, then you can use DVI/HDMI cable and connect it to the TV to plug named DVI/HDMI (only one HDMI input is marked as DVI on TV). I suppose that over HDMI the TV supports only some standard resolutions, but over VGA it supports almost every resolution laptops use. You can find supported resolutions for each input in the TV manual. Try setting the same resolution on the laptop.
I will assume that your TV is an HDTV capable unit. Since I also would assume that the Denon AV1709 is properly setup in your listening room/Home Theater. You will need to purchase one HDMI cable from the Denon to the TV input. This cable must be long enough to go from the Denon to the TV with length to spare. The more money spent on a better quality HDMI cable will pay dividends on how much better the screen will appear. On the back of the Denon is an HDMI output labeled "Monitor Out" that the new cable will go into, and the other end of the cable will go into the TV input labeled HDMI. On the remote I would search for a button labeled "Input" or "Source" and on the screen I would look for the input that would reflect the same input you put the HDMI cable into in the TV. If your TV doesn't have HDMI inputs see if it does have "Component input" on the back The information will be similar but will reflect the different Input and Outputs you may need to use. The cables will be more complicated but they are color coded just for you. Red goes to Red, Blue goes to Blue, Green Goes to Green. Enjoy Re-Post if you need further information.