Connecting my comcast hd cable to my pioneer elite hd 1130
I have tried several time and several ways to connect my Comcast HD Cable to my Pioneer Elite 1130hd! I am at the conclusion I need at HDMI cable or a S-Video cable! DVD connects and works fine! What am I missing? Thanks Joe
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TRY CONNECTING THE RCA JACK (RED,WHITE) AUDIO INPUTS. MY GUESS IS THAT IT WILL WORK THAT WAY, AND IF IT DOES CHECK ALL AUDIO SETTINGS ON BOTH AMP & TV PCM digital audio / LPCM digital audio (LIMITED) MAYBE BAD HDMI CABLE. SEEN IT SEVERAL TIMES B4
You can't change the resolution on the television itself. You change the resolution on whatever you have connected to the television. Let's say it's a cable box or a blu ray player you've got connected to the television. First off you have to connect it to the television with a component (green, blue, red, white, red) cable or an hdmi cable. Then you make sure it is only connected to the television with either a component cable or an hdmi cable. This may sound ridiculous but there are some people that have their cable boxes and blu ray players connected to their televisions three different ways ( an hdmi cable, a composite cable, and a component cable) when they only need to have it connected one way. Select the proper input on the television. Set the cable box or blu ray player's resolution to 1080i or 1080p (in the case of the blu ray player if it the tv will allow it).
Try using a different input. For example, if you are using an hdmi input, try using a component input instead (Its still HD) A sure way to test this is as such. Remove all cables from the Comcast box to the tv. Now, run your coax from comcast into the back of the comcast box. It will say something like "In from antenna" or "cable in." Now run a regular coax cable out of the box, into your tv. This will be labeled as "out to tv or vcr." Now put your tv on channel 4. If the sound is ok, then you know its a problem with your input on your tv. If you still have the issue, it is probably the Settop Box from Comcast. Please note, this is just to test the tv. This cable will not support HD television feeds. Hope this helps.
This low audio problem happened to me suddenly yesterday. I powered off over night - no change. I plugged the A/V cables into a second TV - no change. I called Comcast - problem solved. Tap these buttons on the remote;
I had the exact same problem on a brand new Insignia 26 " LCD with DVD. Comcast tech was able to fix it by changing the Comcast box diagnostics. Here is what he did. Using the Comcast remote with the TV on - press power, cable, menu in that order. A comcast diagnostic srceen will appear. Select Additional HDMI options, then audio options. Change the audio options to L-PCM. Press power again to exit the diagnostics. That will fix it and you get to use the HDMI cable.