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PS3 80Gb can not connect to Infocus X10 via HDMI

I have upgrade my 40Gb with new 80Gbb PS3, and the 80Gb can not connect with my Infocus X10 via HDMI cable.

First a dialog box appears on the bottom left corner " Setting up Image" and then "No input sinyal" is showing.

I've  tried the unit to my LCD via hdmi, its works fine.

My setting resolution is 720P.
Audio out via optical to receiver.
I use PS3 to watch blu ray movie.

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  • victolia2000 Mar 11, 2009

    Add specs :
    My PS3 80Gb, 65nm, 2 port USB, firm ware version 2.6

  • DAZBULL Mar 22, 2009

    Same problem here too. I have tried suggested method to get the PS3 to send via HDMI cable to an InFocus X10 but I just get audio from the optical going to my audio amp but no image on the X10 projector.

    Any other thoughts from anyone would be great. - DAZ-B


  • Anonymous Apr 21, 2009

    Same problem, can't find solution. Tested with 40G - worked fine.

  • Neeoth May 05, 2009

    I have the excact same problem, and from googling the issue, I guess we are not alone. BTW, the solution with the 5-second-button-hold does not fix this problem, because I think it's a HDMI handshake problem with the 80Gb PS3. If that is software or hardware related I do not know, but maybe Sony could fix it with a new firmware upgrade in the future if it is only the software. 

    Tomorrow I get a new reciever, a Pioner VSX 1018, so maybe I can get a signal through that one... If I remember it, I'll try to get another reply in here later.

  • benjamin922 May 15, 2009

    Same problem with newly acquired PS3 80GB and an Infocus x10. I manage to, sometimes get an image through HDMI in lowest resolution, but as soon as the PS switches resolution, the projector reports "no signal".

    I read somewhere, that turning off DDC on the HDMI input might helt, after a reset (5-10 sec. hold of power button) on the PS, but that didn't work for me either.

    Any suggestions?

  • olliebh May 15, 2009

    Same problem here too. I have a PS3 80 gig and an infocus IN80. I got them to talk to each other a bit after days of fiddling, but I am still losing the picture signal if I try to stop a movie or change some settings. Really frustrating.



    Oliver

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Hdmi splitter and hdmi switcher are different,i bought a hdmi splitter and it works perfect,see details: Amazon com MALLCROWN 3D 1080P 4 Pport Hdmi Splitter with ac power adapter...

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This is an X10 problem. When connecting the PS3 through the VSX1018, the image comes on perfectly with (mostly) no glitches. The reciever is then working as the HDMI-extender many use to solve this issue. The reciever on the other hand "does not use itself as an extender", so when the GUI from the reciever tries to set up an image on screen, the same handshake issue arises. This means I cannot use the room correction feature on the reciever since it requires an onscreen image to be completed.

So, without some sort of HDMI extender or amplifier (just a splitter does not work), the issue is still unresolved. Considering that products from several different manufacturers give the same problem, I'm inclined to say that this is Infocus' mess...

On a brighter note, when this setup does work, it is an unbeatable combination of pure hidef joy:)

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It is not your hard drive
you have to reset the video setting and it will work again Hdmi is different on each tv so you have set this up again ok let's do this with the unit off turn the main switch on the back of the unit connect your Hdmi cable to your tv now place your finger on the front on/off switch keep your finger there ok now turn the mainswitch on the back of the unit the playstation turns on but don't remove your finget yet wait about 4 seconds or until your heard another bip (not the one when the playstation turns on) once you heard this bip remove your finger before the playstation turns off if you let it turn off try again all of this but if you remove your finger on time just wait few more seconds and bingo you have picture again using Hdmi

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