I have a panasonic PT50LC14 and the cable box is connect to the HDMI port in the TV. The audio is OK but nothing is show in the screen. In the troublwshooting disconnect the cable box and reset it and also did the samething in the TV but not work. Connect the cable box to a LCD Samsung to the hdmi port and works ok. Base on the last troubleshot for me is the HDMI port or something is happend with the high definition video. The cable box know is connect to the component video and audio is connect RCA port but is not same. Someone have a solution or idea how resolve the porblem.
Try 2 things, first use the rgb cables or video (yellow) cable and plug it into the tv using one of the imports..(vid 1,2,3 etc...) and see if that works. then check to see if you get a picture by not using the cable box, by pass it and connect it connect it in the uhv channel. also make sure you have it on the right input of the tv (meaning scroll through the input button on your remote to find the picture...i've done this a million times). still no picture try your dvd player input and if you have a vhs input see if that works. if it is the hdmi input...to be honest it's expensive and a pain to replace...
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Your problem is in the streaming player. It is not keeping up and when an HDMI loses connection it will not auto find it again. To verify this take the Panasonic out of the loop and see if this fixes it. I love HDMI but it is touchy
Now--first--connect the DVR cable box HDMI output to the HDTV HDMI input (use the lowest numbered one e.g. HDMI 1) for this connection. Use a standard (not Monster brand) HDMI cable for this connection. Then turn on the TV, turn on the cable box and switch the TV to the HDMI input. A picture should come on. You may even hear the audio on the TV speakers. If so, that is OK.
Then--connect the component video output of the DVD HT to the TV component 1 input. Use a three wire component video cable with red, blue and green connectors on each end. Connect color to color on both ends. Then turn on the DVD, put a DVD in the player and start it running. Switch the TV to the component input and it should show a pix. The audio will come from the DVD player speakers.
If your DVD player does have an HDMI output, you can use it and just connect as above to the second TV HDMI input.
To get audio from the cable box out of the DVD player speakers, you will need to connect an audio cable from the cable box go the HT amplifier. Use a set of RCA patch cables and go from the analog audio output of the cable box to the rear panel audio inputs of the DVD player. The owners manual for this unit will give directions on using this input. Since your HT unit does not have any other inputs, you will not be able to get Dolby Digital audio.
Hope this gives you food for thought. If so, and you have more questions, just come back in with a follow up.
Good luck. Remember, the owners manuals all have hook up connections diagrams. Sometimes they will help.
HDCP is causing the trouble You experience. Try using other video input connection for same set. If it works fine that way, the problem is that the rights protection (HDCP) is acting as "police" to prevent copying or reproduce unauthorized content. If only the HDMI is connected (disconnect all other inputs/outputs) on some sets, could be work fine.
Please note this will not handle the signal from most computers. They send a different signal then the TV can handle. Copy protected content (DRM) may not be correctly translated by the TV. Most Blu-ray movies require HDCP compliant TVs and monitors.
Get a component video cable (blue, green, red) and a separate RCA audio cable (white and red) if your cable box has a component video output and the TV has a component video input.
If your cable box doesn't have the component output, you will need a converter to go from the HDMI to component video. Something like this: http://www.hdtvsupply.com/hdmi-to-component.html . There are other converters available if your TV has some other inputs available.
A cable that has an HDMI M on one end and a VGA M on the other will not work. HDMI signals from the set top box are a digital signal. The VGA port on the TV is set to read an RGB analog signal. (Similarly a component to VGA cable would not work since the RGB and PbPrY are not compatible.)
U have a old version of firmware in ur cable box or ur cable pakage don't have HD service.Tries find out if ur subcribe package have HD serviced and trade in ur old cable box.Not ur tv or a cable box malfunctions.
Are you feeding a signal from a blu-ray player, satellite dish or other set top box to the receiver and then HDMI out to the TV? That will work with most TVs. If this isn't working, try new cables. Make sure all of the cables are well seated.
Otherwise, the TV only has HDMI in, no HDMI out. So either you have HDMI out on the receiver to HDMI in on the TV or HDMI in to HDMI in. Neither will send audio to the receiver. Depending on the receiver, you will need to connect one of the TV's audio out ports to an audio in port on the receiver. The WD-60C9 has both a digital audio out and an analog audio out. Both are between the HDMI ports and the composite video in on the back of the tv.