I have a Samsung Plasma TV and a Samsung DVD player. I used to have surround sound so I would turn the volume on from the receiver. I don't have surround sound anymore but now I don't have volume coming out my TV when I use the DVD player.
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If your tv and surround has an optical input/output.Then you can connect with an optical lead.This will then play the sound from whatever you are watching.You normaly select dig1 or input1 on the surround system.
you have to go to the set up menu and let the receiver know that you are inputting dvd audio to the digital in. (assigning). that way, when you switch the receiver to dvd, it will look for audio from the digital input. your receiver manual will guide you through that set-up. if that does not work, the fiber optic cable could be bad. this is more common than people would expect. another option is to just rca cables to the receiver from the ps3. there is an adapter that lets you do that. good luck mark
Does the Sony surround upscale the signal from normal RCA to Component video? If so I have found that sometimes there can be signal sync issue. Meaning the signal that the component video convertor (inside the surround sound unit) sometimes struggles to give a clean component video signal. The TV then struggles to filter the signal correctly resulting in a jumping picture. Try plugging the DVD video only (yellow RCA lead) straight into the plasma and see what happens. You can also try playing with the signal frequency of the plasma, from 50 - 60hz. This will found in the menu of the plasma. Hope this helps. ST
Start a DVD playing, cover the IR sensor on the DVD player with something opaque.
Try changing the volume, the player should keep playing.
Your TV, surround sound, and DVD player have conflicting IR codes.
The DVD player probably does not use a discreet IC to filter the IR sensor, and the processor in the DVD player is having to look at all the IR codes picked up by the IR sensor.
Go to Walmart or KMart and buy a new DVD player for $29.00 or stop changing the volume while watching DVDs :)
Sorry, there's no real solution that I know of.