Question about Sharp Aquos Televison & Video
I've spent hours doing online searches and reading forums with no success. Getting awesome sound and picture when watching cable or DVD -- the sound routes perfectly through the stereo. I am using HDMI for this. However, when I watch programs coming from the TV such as Netflix, the sound only comes through the TV itself, and is not routed through the Onkyo stereo. I understand about HDMI-ARC, but although my HDMI cable and the Sharp Aquos both supports HDMI-ARC, my Onkyo stereo apparently does not support ARC, so that is a dead end. What are my other options? I've tried plugging a separate HDMI into the TV (in slots HDMI-2, -3, and -4) with the other end plugged into the available HDMI slot to know avail. What else can I try? Can I use HDMI for this at all, and if so, which slots should it plug into on TV and stereo, and what mode should stereo be in to play the sound (I've tried everything)? If HDMI is a no-go, then what are my other options for routing the TV's Netflix sound through the stereo, and if so, again, what slots would the cable go in and what mode would the stereo be set to? Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, I have a question which video inputs are you using for your DVD and Wii connections? The reason I ask is because this sounds like video distortion cuased by noise. If possible can you send a picture of the screen when it has this problem and send which video ports are being used? If it is noise in the video you may have a saw filter problem, or a decoupling issue. In any event I'll know more once you send those pictures and which inputs you are using for your DVD and Wii. Thank you, Shuttle83 http://www.electron-age-technologies-llc.com email@example.com
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
It sounds similiar to a problem we've had with ours, all components would work in hdmi 1, but hdmi 2 would only work intermitently. They ended up replacing the digital board (fortunately we have the extended warrenty, I'm sure it's not cheap). Sorry hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
If your Playstation is putting out the signal in 1080p then try changing it to 1080i and see if that works. Not all TVs are compatible with 1080p.
Posted on Aug 02, 2012
Testimonial: "Don't know how I never considered that the PS3 output settings would have been the problem. I was so fixated on the TV settings that I completely overlooked the PS3 setup! That was outstanding advice!"
What are you connecting? Also note that HDMI does not "like" to be connected with units powered up or on---
Posted on Dec 17, 2012
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