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You have to enter the menu setu on the tv to select input source usually hdmi 1 2 or 3 you also need to select output on some devices .Make sure you have the correct HDMI cable...they usually have 1.1 or other codes stamped on cable and you may need to google which HDMI code you need.Android have their own version of AirPlay via Bluetooth.
If you have a Blu-Ray player you should be connecting it via HDMI, which is the only way to receive a full HDMI picture on your television. But you may connect it via the component inputs if you do not have an HDMI cord. The component cable consists of five color coded cords of (1) red and (1) white cable for the audio, and (1) blue, (1) green, and (1) red cable for the picture. Connect the Blu-Ray using this cable and you will be fine.
In most cases the HDMI issues are the source itself. Try another item like a DVD player or BluRay player. If they work then its a compatibility issue. If they don't then the HDMI receiver board in the TV is bad. Please take a moment to rate my answer. Thanks...
Does you 9631 have 2 HDMI ports ? And are u trying to use both HDMI ports at once trying to use the pic in pic feature ? The processor might not be able to process both HDMI signals at once. Try using the tuner (a tv channel and a AV connection ) and see if you have the same problem).
It sounds like you dont have the right HD box. When connecting HD you will use an HDMI cable or a component cable consisting of 5 cable total 3 for video two for audio. Coax cable is not used to connect HD to your TV / Monitor.