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I have a Sony STR-DA5300ES Receiver with a Panasonic Blu Ray pluued into one of the HDMI ports. From the receiver, there is HDMI to the TV. Wen I plug the HDMI cable from the receiver into the HDMI switch and then from the Swtich to the TV, there is no signal, no audio, no video. Not sure what I am doing wrong. Any help is appreciate.

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  • sgoodrich720 Feb 14, 2009

    I have a Sony STR-DA5300ES Receiver with a Panasonic Blu Ray pluued into one of the HDMI ports. From the receiver, there is HDMI to the TV. Wen I plug the HDMI cable from the receiver into the HDMI switch and then from the Swtich to the TV, there is no signal, no audio, no video. Not sure what I am doing wrong. The other inputs work fineAny help is appreciate.

  • sgoodrich720 Feb 14, 2009

    The HDMI switch has only one output to connect to the TV.

    The TV has only one HDMI port, so anythin connected there is "DVD" port on the TV.

  • sgoodrich720 Feb 14, 2009

    I have a Sony STR-DA5300ES Receiver with a Panasonic Blu Ray pluued into one of the HDMI ports. From the receiver, there is HDMI to the TV. When I plug the HDMI cable from the receiver into the HDMI switch and then from the Swtich to the TV, there is no signal, no audio, no video. There is only one place on the switch to connect the TV. The TV has only one HDMI port so anything connected to is on the "DVD" port on the TV display.Not sure what I am doing wrong. Any help is appreciate.

  • sgoodrich720 Feb 14, 2009

    The TV is a Sony KLV-32M1 32 inc LCD

    Everything else works fine with it except this switch when connected to the receiver. How do I find the firmware verison?

  • sgoodrich720 Feb 14, 2009

    I am also connecting a Media Center PC to another input

    I have the panasonic to the Sony Receiver on 1 input

    Then the Media center PC on another input

    When I watch DVDs I use the receiver for the surround sound

    When I use the media center to downstream video, I use another input

    the output should go to the TV at least that is my understaning.

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Hi
check the audio settings and DVD settings on the tv and ensure the amp is set up correctly.....

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

May I ask why an HDMI switch has to be used? To my understanding, the basic system works, that is Panasonic to Sony to NexxTech.

If you would have other HDMI sources, then the arrangement should be Panasonic to switch, all other HDMI sources to switch, output of switch to the Sony, output of Sony to NexxTech.

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Hi!

Please check the input connections of the HDMI cable and also try to tune the TV on a diffrent AV channel.

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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    Rylee Smith Feb 14, 2009

    Please tell me the model no. of your TV as it may not support the latest version of HDMI(1.3b). Please check for the compatiblity of the version with the TV(Does your tv support HDMI ver 1.3b)

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Check HDMI settings on TV and try using a different HDDMI port on TV.

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

  • Ginko
    Ginko Feb 14, 2009

    Check the HDMI settings on your TV, on some model you need to add a new HDMI device.

    Try also a different HDMI port at the back of TV, some model does not work the same way on all ports.


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    Ginko Feb 14, 2009

    Also ensure that you plug in and out the HDMI cables for your devices when both TV and connected devices are off , or you risk to damage TV or receiver.

    Try unplugging everything from power, waiting ten minutes, and connecting everything back.

    This is called hard reset and ofte can solve similar problem on HDMI connections.


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Change the wires input, and check again.

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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    rockfixya Feb 14, 2009


    check this.

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    rockfixya Feb 14, 2009

    Go here for more information>>

    http://support.sony-europe.com/tv/tutori...

    Thanks

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