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You may be the proud owner of devices that subscribe to the Consumer Electronics Control (CEC for short). These devices, via the HDMI cable, can read each others needs. If a CEC supported DVD is connected to your HDTV and the player is powered on, your HDTV will automatically change to that input ( eg: HDMI 2). Conversely if your HDTV is on and you change input to HDMI 2 the DVD player will turn on.
You could try the "masking tape over the TV's IR eye" to see if there is any extraneous Infra Red in the room that might be causing the problem? If it stops check for bright or shimmering light bulbs or Compact Florescent Lights (CFL's)
I ran across this problem before. Turned out being a bad HDMI cable. The was one prong in the cable bent and caused the problem. Try a different cable first. Sometimes it is the simplest things that cause the problems.
Ok, here's the deal. You can have sound being putout from hdmi coming from one of those sharp units, but it just depends on how you are connected. If you are using a digital audio output, from the tv, it wont push out the sound the way that it should. You will have to downgrade to using audio composite cables to connect to your external speaker system from the audio ouputs, not the digital audio outputs. Its not designed to push out sound from an hdmi cable. The BEST way to have this setup is to run your sound directly from the cinema to the external audio source(leaving the hdmi cable in the tv).
If you have to keep on changing the settings and the tv will not store them then there is a fault with the internal memory of the tv. If you can return the tv or call out a competant technician. Hope this helps.
hi here is what you do go into menu go to feature thento ext 2 out then press right blue button on remoteand find the ext you need make sure your tv volume is turned down make sure your surround sound is on and turned up wait and you will here your sound when you have the right ext i have hdmi lead in ext 5 so it ext 5 that will show in the feature menu i hope you find your problem solved allan