Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i know this sounds stupid, but have you "toggled" or "played" with the HDMI cables? are they the same manufacturer? HDMI channel connections are very fickle. If just one connection is not exactly correct, they go to a limp, no go status. Since they run at such a minimal voltage, i can't see them "blowing" the outputs on the devices.however....if your cable has a serial type output for video only, I would connect the hdmi convertor to it and see if it works.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
The Easylink is Philips name for HDMI CEC which allows multiple HDMI devices to control each other with one remote.
As for the sound...it looks like there is only one audio out and it's in the form of coaxial cable which isn't very helpful.
What I would suggest is that you tap the audio coming from the input. So I'm assuming your TV is connected to a cable/dish box. Use the audio out from that to power your headphones or external speakers. This will likely mean you can't use the HDMI or will need a splitter, but at least it will solve your issue.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
On the MacBook, check the Displays pane in System Preferences to make sure the settings for the external monitor are correct. It's possible that the system is not recognizing the adapter or it has the wrong resolution setting, so it's not sending out any signal that the adapter can use.
Many of the better DVD players and high-end video game consoles use HDMI. You can use one of those as a test signal generator to check the TV.
You may get better results if you use a DVI-HDMI converter, although you would need to get the DisplayPort to DVI cable. This will avoid converting to analog VGA signals and back to digital again.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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